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“Native Hawaiian, faith leaders preside over day long vigil to honor Lahaina victims.”

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Native Hawaiian, faith leaders preside over daylong vigil to honor Lahaina victims
Native Hawaiian and faith leaders from a diversity of backgrounds are presiding over a daylong vigil Friday to honor those lost in the Lahaina wildfire. The vigil included ceremonies at sunrise, noon and sunset on each island. The final sunset ceremony runs from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Hawaii News Now. KITV4. Star-Advertiser.
FEMA opens third Maui disaster recovery center in Lahaina
A blessing was held before the center opened its doors at 8 a.m. today at the Lahaina Civic Center Gymnasium at 1840 Honoapiilani Highway. The center will be open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.
Star-Advertiser. Hawaii News Now.
This Remodeled Headquarters Makes Other Offices Look Boring and Cold
Servco Pacific highlights its musical instruments and automobile divisions with guitar accents on the ceiling and an antique car on the floor. | Photo: courtesy of Servco Pacific
Two leaders at Servco Pacific describe what went into the renovation. Tip No. 2: Ask employees what they need to do their jobs.
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Meet the group installing internet dishes in Lāhainā to reconnect the community
Michael Shiffler, CEO of the nonprofit Red Lightning, has been installing Starlink internet dishes throughout the area. Founded in 2010, the group’s done disaster relief in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, and across the world in places like Haiti and Turkey after earthquakes. But when he’s not traveling, Shiffler is based in Kīhei.
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Public advised of traffic on Friday around the UH campus
The season home opener football game between UH and Stanford University on Sept. 1 guarantees a huge crowd, and UH officials are asking surrounding residents and motorists to plan for heavier-than-normal traffic around campus, including the H-1 Freeway.
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Focused on sustainable solutions for the Asia Pacific region, the summit themes include soil health and biodiversity, increasing food security, decreasing and offsetting greenhouse gas emissions and aquaculture and aquaculture technology. International, national and local speakers are from companies, founders, venture capitalists, government, nonprofits and academia. Attendees will also hear pitches from agrifood and aquaculture entrepreneurs from Japan, Vietnam, Singapore, California and Hawai‘i.
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