WAIMEA – Jakob Honda can rest easy.
WAIMEA — Between the mist, the mud and the rain, visibility – let alone footing – wasn’t the best, but it sure looked like it was Kealakehe’s Levi Childers making the turn in a three-man race for first with about 100 yards to go.
It’s been epic, UH-Hilo men’s basketball coach Kaniela Aiona said.
Few outside Kamehameha have seen senior Colby Terlep shoot this season, but his lofty air riflery scores don’t lie.
HONOLULU — Hawaii restaurants are trying to find workers as COVID-19 capacity and social distancing rules that have been in place for much of the pandemic are lifted.
If UH-Hilo’s men’s basketball team didn’t know it already, it does now.
DALLAS — Determined to reclaim Thanksgiving traditions that were put on pause last year by the pandemic, millions of Americans will be loading up their cars or piling onto planes to gather again with friends and family.
VIENNA — Austria went into a nationwide lockdown early Monday to combat soaring coronavirus infections, a step being closely watched by other European governments struggling with national outbreaks that are straining health care systems.
It started out as the competitive volleyball match most expected.
For starters, UH-Hilo’s women’s basketball team finished strong.
WAILUKU, Maui — Maui’s new police chief is bringing a colleague from the Las Vegas department he came from to serve as his deputy chief, according to a letter to members of the Maui Police Department obtained by The Maui News.
Two school board members in Virginia last week called for the burning — yes, burning — of books in the school’s library that they deem sexually offensive. This is, of course, the logical direction of the conservative movement to crack down on any school curriculum that doesn’t reflect a right-wing view of the world. And it’s another reason why liberals and progressives should reclaim the mantle of free speech that was once an integral part of liberal thinking but that has now, alarmingly, fallen out of fashion on college campuses and other liberal strongholds.
It’s been one of the hallmarks of Konawaena football ever since the program’s re-emergence 10 years ago: Alongside BIIF title game appearances and championships and HHSAA berths, wins against Kealakehe have come hand in hand.
HONOLULU — With the holidays approaching, restaurants in Hawaii want the state to ease coronavirus restrictions that limit their ability to fill their dining rooms.