Plea deal is offered to arrested TMT protesters

October 20, 2019

HILO — The state Attorney General’s Office has offered a plea deal to protesters who were arrested in July for blocking Maunakea Access Road that would dispose of their cases if each pays a $100 fine.

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Brain Injury Support Group celebrates 25 years of offering hope after trauma
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Input sought on proposed solar project in Waikoloa
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Puna Kai to open by Thanksgiving
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Kampachi Farms moving forward with macroalgae project in waters off Kona Coast

Avoland in South Kona now USDA certified to ship to customers in 33 states

HFD asks Ironman to help with OT

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Small Business Matters: TMT, 20 years later: what could have been

October 21, 2019

We’ve come a long way in the 20 years that have passed since the TMT protesters decided to turn back time and not be part of the future: another generation of continuing dependence on tourism’s whims, limited opportunities for our young people, and brain drain. All of this accompanied by a sort of general societal letdown after the promise of all the good that could have been being abruptly snatched away; a kind of cultural deflation.

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Gabbard punches back against Clinton’s criticism
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Hawaii’s lack of pro bono lawyers affecting immigrant asylum

Best of West plaque sale not affiliated with WHT

SKEA presents two workshops with artist, botanist Linda Ann Vorobik


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