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Krispy Kreme Pick-Up During Holiday Craft Fair!

Jonard Asencion, reporter

November 20, 2018


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For anyone who bought Krispy Kreme doughnuts from any Kohala High seniors, pick-up will be this Saturday, November 24th, from 8:30am-2pm. Pretty sure everyone got the memo when they bought their box of twelve, it was printed on the ticket you received, but just incase you forgot, this is a friendly reminder....

Turkey… Pardon?

Gillian Ward

November 20, 2018


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Well, here it comes. Thanksgiving is in just 3 days. That means it's time to whip out the turkey and pumpkin pie, or ham... if thats how you roll. (ba dum tss...roll) No matter your traditions, there is one age old tradition going on in America that many people actually don't know about. It's the Pres...

PTP Deadline is Nearing

Dexter Lamigo, Reporter

November 20, 2018


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December 3rd is the deadline for PTP from all seniors.  A good amount of seniors have yet to come close to finishing half the assignments and the rest are grinding to get this done, because it is needed in order to graduate. With senior project and PTP going on at the same time, as of now some seniors...

Thanksgiving is almost here

Kailee Paro, Reporter

November 19, 2018


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The time for delicious turkey, gravy, ham, etc is just a couple of days away, including a 4 day weekend!  This holiday is a very nice event that brings family and friends together while enjoying a tasty meal and bonding with one another. This time of year is a perfect time to express yourself and...

Muslim Americans raised over $120,000 for affected Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victims

Maile Kamaile-Isabel, Reporter

November 14, 2018


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Muslim Americans raised over $120,000 for those affected by the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting. October 27, 2018 mass shooting affected so many friends and families in Pittsburgh with at least 11 killed. One of the organizers of the campaign CelebrateMercy told NBC News that the money raised will serv...

The Passing of a Comic Book Legend

Donna Botelho, Reporter

November 14, 2018


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Stan Lee was a comic book legend who wrote many popular titles and created many different superheroes like Iron Man and Spider-Man. Throughout his life he created heroes to make sure no child or adult ever felt alone in the world and that being different wasn't a bad thing. People have more recently...

Home to endangered species submerged after hurricane!

Malie Kamaile-Isabel, Reporter

October 26, 2018


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About 550 miles Northwest from the island of Oahu the home to endangered species has been wiped out by hurricane Walaka.  The remote island was a refuge to two of the most endangered animals in the world the Hawaiian green sea turteals and Hawaiian monk seals. This place and was also the birth location...

Hurricane Lane Leads To A Continuance Of Landslides in Waianae Gulch

October 18, 2018


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North Kohala recently dodged a bullet of a Hurricane named Lane when it brought record amounts of rain for the whole island chain and high winds completely throwing off normal weather patterns and damage to property. These conditions triggered a landslide completely blocking the whole road  while...

Whale Season

Gillian Ward, Reporter

October 5, 2018


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It is almost that time again! It is almost the time of year when the beautiful humpback whales will be traveling through our near waters. We are so lucky to have front row seats on the Kohala Coast to witness the incredible movement of the whales. "Whale Season" starts in November and lasts until May,...

Otus vs. Teacherease: Which do Teachers prefer?

Nick Quinn, Reporter

September 25, 2018


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School officials have enacted a plan to remove Teacherease and replace it with Otus this school year at Kohala High School. Their reasoning for this is that Otus is supposedly better for standards based grading, but what do Teachers have to say about this? When asked which one she preferred, Ms. Petruzzi...

Construction Work all Around KHS!

Construction Work all Around KHS!

Donna Botelho, Journalist

September 4, 2018


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Kohala High School just began classes three weeks ago; however, the campus is not ready for the students return yet. Take one look around the campus and you can see the construction spreads throughout the entire campus. Some teachers, including Mr.Peterson and Ms.Tanaka have construction happening within...

Hurricane Lane still approaching Hawaiian Islands

Dexter Lamigo, Reporter

August 20, 2018


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Large swells generated by Lane will impact the Hawaiian Islands this week, producing large and dangerous surf, as well as strong currents, along some shorelines. Lane remains a Category 3 Hurricane with maximum sustained winds are near 125 mph. Forecasters say little change in strength is expected...

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