Fewer turn up for The Food Basket’s monthly drop, but costs rising
Fewer turn up for The Food Basket’s monthly drop, but costs rising

June 20, 2021

Fewer people in West Hawaii are turning out for The Food Basket’s monthly food drop, however, the nonprofit has a new worry to keep an eye on as the Big Island rebounds from the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Out of control: sudden shift in leadership raises concern within Hawaii Rainbow Rangers
Updated 9:14 pm

New fire chief responds to fatal police shooting on his street
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Changes to tipping fees postponed
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Volcano Watch: New instrument measures lava lake with laser
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Kona woman charged for vandalizing Hulihee Palace

Police fatally shoot second suspect within a week

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Slowing down and enjoying life: B and H Farm’s Michael Hayley and Precille Boisvert

June 20, 2021

I visited B and H Farm on an overcast spring morning. There was a noticeable chill in the air that could be expected at their 2,300-foot elevation in South Kona. About 20 minutes above the highway, a one-lane, partially paved road took me to a lovely farm that Michael Hayley and Precille Boisvert have enjoyed for nearly 25 years. Though high temperatures will hit Kailua as summer approaches, they report that temperatures over 80 degrees are rare at their farm even late in the season.

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More COVID-19 cases for Big Island, most from HCCC
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Robert Kekaula, famous Hawaii sportscaster, dies
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HCCC reports 2 dozen more COVID-19 cases among inmates

New law requires landlords to use mediation before evicting tenants

Big Island reports 2 new COVID-19 cases

Hilo resident among first #HIGotVaccinated prize giveaway winners

Hawaii drops some pandemic rules for travel between islands

Single new COVID-19 case reported

Man accused of break-in, stabbing and abduction

Fire damages Pahoa home


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