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Sugar Cane Ending In Hawai’i

Steven Pagano, Reporter

January 11, 2016

This year 2016, will mark the last year that Hawai'i will no longer be producing sugar cane. The sugar cane industry has been ongoing in Hawai'i for over 150 years and is finally meeting its end. The Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Company (HC&S) on the island of Maui will be laying off 675 employees...

2015 Ironman Triathlon on October 10th

Stephen Pagano, Reporter

October 15, 2015

West Hawaii's biggest sporting event of the year just happened last week and I think we all know what it is. If you guessed the Ironman World Championship, then you were right. This year's Ironman took place on October 10th, 2015. Every year in October athletes around the world join together on thi...

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,...

Opening Night Of Murder Mystery Play “The Hollow” Stirs Excitement In Teen Cast

Opening Night Of Murder Mystery Play “The Hollow” Stirs Excitement In Teen Cast

Daryl Diaz

February 23, 2012

As the clock is ticking, "The Hollow" cast and crew are getting prepared to present their anticipated play this weekend. The book by Agatha Christie, a popular murder mystery novelist, has been transformed into a play and will be debuted at Parker School Theater stage opening night on February...

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