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Girls Volleyball Summer Conditioning

Isabel Steinhoff, Reporter

May 27, 2014

Girls volleyball coaches, Malia and Duane Kaitoku, are getting pumped for next school year's volleyball season. They are so excited that they have started sign ups for tryouts and summer conditioning! Because of how much potential the girls volleyball season had this past year, they wanted to make sure...

Grandparents: the Ones Who Love To Spoil!

Isabel Steinhoff, Reporter

May 27, 2014

"When everyone else is too busy, grandparents are always there for you!" - Unknown Who are our grandparents? Of course we know that they are our parent's parents. But they are so much more than that! Whether you call them Grandpa and Grandma; or Papa and Nana; or Meemaw and Peepaw, they'll always be...

911 Memorial Museum is Now Open

911 Memorial Museum is Now Open

Isabel Steinhoff, Reporter

May 27, 2014

On September 11, 2001, tragedy struck the United States. The United States experienced numerous terrorist attacks all in that one day.  What was once known as the famous Twin Towers in New York, was all gone with minutes.  The Pentagon also received some attention as well. Four planned plane hijacks ...

2014-2015 New Student Government Officers!

Isabel Steinhoff, Reporter

May 27, 2014

STUCO OFFICERS:  President: Brayden Torres Vice President: Denae Rivera Vice President of Clubs and Committees: Ashlyn Van Zandt Recording Secretary: Kealen Figueroa Corresponding Secretary: Josiah Adams Treasurer: William Perez Historian: Riley Uehana   SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: ...

What Do Your Grades Mean To You?

Isabel Steinhoff, Reporter

May 15, 2014

You spend around 13 years dedicated to going to school and to learn as much as you let yourself learn. Times have definitely changed from when our parents and even our grandparents have gone to school. Before, it didn't matter what letter grade you got in class, as long as you got an education. Now,...

Superstitions, Do You Believe Them?

Isabel Steinhoff, Reporter

May 8, 2014

What are superstitions and do you believe them? Hawai'i has been known to have a few of their own and adopted some from other places too. A superstition is a belief or notion, not based on reason or knowledge, in or of the ominous significance of a particular thing, circumstance, occurance, proceeding,...

2014 Tennis States Spotlight

2014 Tennis States Spotlight

Isabel Steinhoff, Reporter

May 6, 2014

On April 30, 2014, three Cowgirls and three Cowboys flew over to Maui for the 2014 Hawaii High School Althletic Association tennis state championships.  The six tennis players were accompanied by their two coaches, Hermann Fernandez and Jessica Brown. This was the most tennis players Kohala has taken...

Camp Lokahi Teen Camp!

Camp Lokahi Teen Camp!

Isabel Steinhoff, Reporter

May 1, 2014

When you think back on summers, what do you remember? How about the summer camps? I know I do! This coming June, Island Breeze Ministries Makapala will be hosting their annual "Teen Camp."  Camp Lokahi started back in 2006 at the Makapala Christian Retreat Center in Niuliʻi, North Kohala. The idea...

Mothers and Their Eternal Love

Isabel Steinhoff, Reporter

April 29, 2014

"A mother's arms are more comforting than anyone else's." -Diana, Princess of Wales Mothers are the glue to a family. Not every family may have a mother, but there may be a mother figure somewhere in their lives. As kids, we don't realize how much are mothers do for us and they do ALOT! From the ...

Color Run Comes To Kona!

Color Run Comes To Kona!

Isabel Steinhoff, Reporter

April 29, 2014

Have you heard of the world famous Color Run? If you haven't, it's basically an event where people run an un-timed 5k (about 3 miles) route through four different colors (powdery-like substance) finishing off with a "finishing festival" for all the participants. The "Happiest 5K on the Planet"  star...

3rd Quarter Honor Roll

Isabel Steinhoff, Reporter

April 28, 2014

Congratulations to all the students that got a 3.5 G.P.A or higher for 3rd quarter! With just one more quarter left, keep up the great work and finish the year off "Cowboy Strong!" We know you can do it! E Ala E Nā Paniolo! FRESHMEN:  Tanya Adams, Zebadayo Bartholomy, Gabriella Boyle, Teshna Gi...

Cowgirls Tennis Gets One More Chance At States

Isabel Steinhoff, Reporter

April 22, 2014

This past Saturday, April 19, was the Big Island Interscholatic Federation tennis championship tournament.  The girls doubles duo, Kassie Kometani and Isabel Steinhoff, played two consolation matches in order to qualify for states. Unfortunately, the duo fell short and received 8th place in the tournament....

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