Beginning today through May 29, Keck Observatory is holding a donation drive to assist with Kilauea volcano relief efforts.
Rhonda Olson, a professional groomer, recently moved to the Big Island from the Pacific Northwest with 16 years’ experience. She will take over the grooming portion of A Bark Above at Aina Hou Animal Hospital within Lalamilo in Waimea beginning June 7. The new business is called Aloha Classy Critters.
Kalani Souza and Craig Elevitch will present “Agroforestry: The Relational Doctrine” at the monthly potluck this Thursday in the large conference room at NHERC in Honokaa. Dinner and live music begin at 6 p.m., followed by the presentation at 6:45 p.m.
To help family caregivers cope with the demands of caring for their loved ones with chronic medical conditions, Hawaii Community Caregiver Network is sponsoring free Powerful Tools for Caregivers classes from noon-2 p.m. beginning May 25 and continuing every Friday through June 29 at Waikoloa Community Church on Paniolo Avenue.
Hawaii Water Service has established a scholarship program for students residing within its service areas who plan to continue their education in college or vocational school programs. Scholarships are offered each year for full-time study at an accredited institution of the student’s choice. Enrollment for this year’s program is open now through July 1.
NORTH KONA — With Memorial Day approaching, it seems fitting to honor our nation’s military.
WAIMEA — Parker Ranch subsidiary Paniolo Power Co. has taken another step forward towards renewable energy solutions for the Big Island.
One man’s trash, another man’s treasure: Transfer Station Thrift Store awarded contract for Big Island’s seven reuse center stores
WAIMEA — New deals and treasures were on display at Waimea Recycling &Transfer Station’s Reuse Center thrift store Thursday, its first day open under new management.