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Island Life: 11-22-17

| Nov 22 2017 - 5:23pm | Comments

A beautiful, clear day is captured at Keokea Park.

  1. Posted: Oct 14 2017 - 12:05am

    The Kealakehe Elementary Head Start Preschool experiment with bubbles. The children were asked to use a tool to achieve a goal, and the children chose to use bubble wands to create their own bubbles. The parents participated in the awesome bubble event.

  2. Posted: Oct 13 2017 - 12:05am

    Waipuhi Fish Ponds are pictured under blue skies at Mauna Lani.

  3. Posted: Oct 12 2017 - 2:59pm

    The sun sets in Waikoloa Village.

  4. | Posted: Oct 12 2017 - 11:29am

    When the first humans arrived in Hawaii, edible nutritional kernals or nuts were hard to find. About the only native nut was the mahoe, or Alectron macrococculus. They brought with them the coconut and the kukui nut. Technically, the coconut is not a true nut and although kukui nut is edible, it can create serious stomach issues when eaten. So in the arena of foods and nutrition, true nuts were lacking.

  5. | Posted: Oct 12 2017 - 11:10am

    Most of us know that when we purchase a good or service in Hawaii, we must pay tax. It’s called the General Excise Tax, or GET, and it seems to show up in the price of everything we buy.

  6. | Posted: Oct 12 2017 - 11:07am

    Mary asks: Some of the leaves on my plumeria tree have yellow spots on them and kind of orange bumps on the undersides. Eventually, these leaves turn totally yellow and drop off the tree. What is the problem and how might I get rid of it?

  7. | Posted: Oct 12 2017 - 12:06am

    Hawaii County Traffic Division Chief Ronald Thiel knows lights. Much of his work focuses on keeping local streets safe with street lights, traffic lights and hazard lights.

  8. Posted: Oct 12 2017 - 12:05am

    Beginning bridge lessons starting soon

  9. | Posted: Oct 10 2017 - 12:06am

    Ancient Hawaiians baked it in an imu, pounded it into an ingredient for poi, and mixed it with coconut milk for pudding. They used the milky sap for glue and chewing gum, and the wood of its tree for canoes. The sap has also been said to heal cuts and other skin diseases.

  10. | Posted: Oct 10 2017 - 12:06am

    It was another sunny day at Anaehoomalu Bay. (Victoria McKinney/Community Contributor)

  11. Posted: Oct 8 2017 - 12:20pm

    A hiker navigates the trail to Honomalino Beach at high tide.

  12. Posted: Oct 8 2017 - 12:19pm

    Nguyen named Life Care Center executive director

  13. Posted: Oct 7 2017 - 1:46pm

    An unusual arrangement of the night-blooming cereus is captured.

  14. Posted: Oct 7 2017 - 1:17pm

    A bleached crab makes its way across a rock.

  15. Posted: Oct 7 2017 - 1:17pm

    Big Island B&G club gets major grant