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Is Third Time Really a Charm for The Cowboys?

Is Third Time Really a Charm for The Cowboys?

Alii Kai Kaaekuahiwi, Reporter

October 5, 2017


Filed under Features, Sports, Uncategorized

Kohala's third contest against the Ka'u Trojans will be in Ka'u. After coming up just short last week against Pahoa 36-46 in a back and forth thriller in their senior game and Homecoming, the Cowboys gave the Daggers a run for their money. Even though the Cowboys are winless they put up more points than...

What’s up in Space? (October)

Destiny Souze, Reporter

October 3, 2017


Filed under Features

MOONPHASES  1-3 : Waxing Gibbous 4-6 : Full Moon 7-10 : Waning Gibbous 11-13 : Last Quarter 14-17 : Waning Crescent 18-20 : New 21-25 : Waxing Crescent 26-29 : First Quarter 30-31 : Waxing Gibbous EVENTS 19 : Uranus at Opposition METOR SHOWERS  8 : Draconids Metor Shower ...

21st Century Tutoring

Destiny Souze, Reporter

September 26, 2017


Filed under Features

Tutoring has started! It's free and being held in Ms. Greene's room and you can attend as long as you have a permission slip which you can get from the office. Monday - 3-4:30 Tuesday, Thursday and Friday - 2:30-4:30  

Sarahah; the next form of Cyber-bullying?

Sierra Shaw, Reporter

September 12, 2017


Filed under Features

Recently an anonymous commenting app was released and its popularity went up very fast. Sarahah is an app where the user makes an account and sends a link to anyone or puts it out for other people to access. Once someone accesses the link they are taken to a page where they can say anything to the person...

Homecoming Week schedule for spirit days

Homecoming Week schedule for spirit days

Mark Romero, Reporter

September 7, 2017


Filed under Features

Upcoming Homecoming Week  (09/25 - 09/29 Monday: Cowboy  Wear Black & Gold and show your school spirit as we kick off Homecoming Week. (100% dressed) Tuesday: School Pride Wear Black & Gold and show your school pride (50% dressed) Wednesday: Workout Show us how you workout! Come to s...

Lobster Season Opened September 1st

Laakea Mamala, Reporter

September 5, 2017


Filed under Features

September 1st is the start of lobster season!  You know what that means, divers; you can now dive for lobsters!  That's right, get that melted butter ready for the lobsters because itʻs that time of the year.  Every diver has been waiting since the season closed (May 1st).  But now that the season...

First Friday

Zaylynn Moniz, Reporter

September 1, 2017


Filed under Features

Kohala High holds its First Friday on September 1, 2017 from 4:00-7:00pm. Bring your family and friends to come join us on celebrating the First Friday of the year. There will be many different food vendors, homemade crafts, and also Blue Friday, not to mention the robotics team will be selling kulolo,...

What’s up in Space? (September)

Destiny Souze, Reporter

August 30, 2017


Filed under Features

MOON PHASES  1-4 : Waxing gibbous 5-7 : Full Moon 8-11 : Waning gibbous 12-14 : Last quarter 15-18 : Waning crescent 19-21 : New Moon 22-25 : Waxing crescent 26-29 : First quarter 30 : Waxing gibbous   EVENTS 5th - Neptune at Opposition. 12th - Mercury ...

Canoe for Kohala

Destiny Souze, Reporter

March 30, 2017


Filed under Features

Hokani Maria, a student here at Kohala High and proud Hawaiian, is creating an opportunity for the community to learn a little more about their native ways of transportation. Hokani along with his partner Aunty Amoo have a goal to teach the community about travel by building a canoe. Hokani believes...

Illegal narcotics vs. synthetic opiats and the dangers involved

Jaycie Lewis, Reporter

February 10, 2017


Filed under Features

Synthetic opiate; what could that be?  Back in the 1960s, fentanyl was first made as a potent synthetic pain medication which is quick to take effect but did not very long lasting.  Fentanyl was used intravenously as an anesthetic and is also used for pain medication for patients with cancer and...

Brian Williams of NBC Nightly News

Kuha'o Kawaauhau, Reporter

February 7, 2017


Filed under Features

Brian Williams of NBC Nightly news began his career in broadcasting in 1981. He became the reporting anchor on KOAM television serving Pittsburg, Kansas. He then worked as a news anchor on WTTG TV in Washington, D.C. the following year. Williams then became the news anchor for WCAU TV in Philadelphia....

The U.S. Army Herald Trumpets play official fanfare

Kuha'o Kawaauhau, Reporter

January 26, 2017


Filed under Features

The U.S. Army Herald Trumpets was founded in 1959 and serves as the fanfare ensemble to the United States Army Band of Pershing's Own. They serve as the official arrival of the President of the United States. It has welcomed the arrival of the head of states, the prime ministers, Foreign Ambassadors,...

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