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Volcano Update

2017-05-27 22:54

Eruptions are not the only hazard created by volcanoes. They can create havoc millions of years after their fires have grown cold, because with time, their deposits can weaken to produce landslides. This happens because volcanic deposits are commonly rich in volcanic glass, a non-crystalline form of silica. In wet climates, this glass can readily transform into soft, weak minerals (primarily clay) through chemical weathering.

Arts & Entertainment

2017-05-26 07:08

The late jazz singer and songwriter, Nina Simone, described jazz as not just music, but a way of life, a way of being and a way of thinking. The Honokaa High School band is fortunate to be under the direction of dedicated teacher, Gary Washburn who brings this philosophy to life and will take his students to perform in this year’s Big Island Jazz &Blues Festival June 1 to 4 at Mauna Kea Beach Hotel.

Local Sports

2017-05-28 00:05

The 18th annual Kona PONY Baseball Memorial Day Baseball Tournament kicked off at Old Airport Park on Saturday. The tournament continue today with pool play and the championships games for the Bronco and Mustang division will be held on Monday at 11:30 a.m. The tournament also hosts a Pinto division, which is a “Goodwill Tournament” where no scores are kept and no winner is determined.


2017-05-28 00:05

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