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End of Term Stress

Zoe Lawrence, Reporter
March 10, 2015
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Most students throughout the course of their academic careers have faced stress or anxiety in one shape or another. Many students, myself included, suffer from panic or anxiety disorders or attacks, which can make completing the school year with successful grades seem like a momentous and impossible...

Kohala High School gets a new mural

Kohala High School gets a new mural

Nicole Castillo, Reporter
March 10, 2015
Filed under Features

Over the past years Kohala High School has been getting new murals put up around the school and this March Kohala High welcomes a new mural through the Hawaii Meth Project. The Mural consists of a beautiful background of marine animals and the words NOT EVEN ONCE in the middle of the mural. Not Even...

Momofuku Ando

Valerie Hageraats, Reporter
March 10, 2015
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On Thursday, March 5th 2015, Google honored Momofuku Ando with their “Google Doodle”. He invented instant noodles and revolutionized fast food. He was born in Taiwan in 1910, but moved to Japan after World War 2. Because of the common food shortages, he was inspired to make cheap meals that he believed...

May Day Court 2015

Maya Anderson, Reporter
March 4, 2015
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This year's May Day Court is led by King Ryan Caravalho and Queen Denae Rivera. The island of Hawai'i is  William Perez and Kadence Coito. Representing the island of Maui is Erin Gonzalez and Mikaela Bartch. The island of Kaho'olawe is Kassius Nanka and Ella Matundan. The prince and princess of Moloka'i...

ACT Testing March 3rd

Valerie Hageraats, Reporter
March 4, 2015
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The Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors all took an ACT test on March 3rd this year. There was a completely free breakfast served at the Cafeteria at 8 am. Then, at 8:30 testing began. Freshman took the Explore and Sophomores took the Plan. Juniors took the regular ACT test. Seniors presented  their senior...

Seniors

Amber Malasig, Reporter
December 11, 2014
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Seniors are getting closer and closer to the big day. This year has been going a lot faster than all the other years. We can't believe that we are going to graduate soon. It's already almost the end of first semester. This first semester has come by in a blink of an eye. My class has not been as...

Kohala Radio

December 9, 2014
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Testing testing 1 2 3 this is KHKR 96.1 broadcasting live from North Kohala.  Thats right, our little town of north kohala now has its own radio station broadcasting from Hawi. Having our own station is important beyond just being able to hear music we like.  Radio is one of the best ways to give...

Craft Fair

Nicole Castillo, Reporter
December 4, 2014
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The Kohala High School 3rd annual Craft Fair took place in the cafeteria on November 29. With many different crafts, jewelry, and great food sold, there was a great number of people that came with entertainment from the Glee club, Drama club, Hartwell Soledad, and more. Also at the Craft Fair the Senior...

Black Friday

Nicole Castillo, Reporter
December 1, 2014
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Black Friday has come and gone. Some people go to Black Friday to get the great deals and others just go for the experience. Black Friday may have some some coincidences where you will come out of the crowd black and blue but some people will do anything to get their hands on a 50% item. Right now...

Electronics Make Life Easier

Maya Anderson, Reporter
November 20, 2014
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Electronics can help with a lot of things in life. They can search information online, you get to keep in touch with your family/ friends, and you can even type reports instead of hand writing them. Usually when you write a lot, your hand cramps up and can get really sore, so save yourself the pain and...

Does Music affect your Work?

Nicole Castillo, reporter
November 20, 2014
Filed under Features

Mostly everybody listens to music while doing their work. I'm listening to music making this article right now, but the question is, does it affect your work. Previous research showed that listening to music before you start to perform a task such as homework improves attention, memory, and even mental...

Donating to a Charity

Maya Anderson, Reporter
November 17, 2014
Filed under Features

Donating to a charity not only helps someone in need, but also makes you feel good about yourself  that you did an act of kindness. Charities can range from animal charities to educational charities to even environmental charities that give back to the environment. I have donated to a charity by...

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