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Our View

Editorial: House candidates talented, dedicated

Of the entire 51-seat state House, only 14 seats on Oahu have contested races in the Nov. 6 general election. Read More

Island Voices

Column: The story of education funding: the art of kicking the can down the road

Watching and listening to various individuals and organizations beating up on public school teachers and their effort to increase funding for public education is disheartening. Read More

Letters

Letter: Pedestrians should get safety education

The spike in pedestrian accidents is no surprise to me. Read More

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Off the News

Sears hangs on in Hawaii, for now

Sears has come a long way since its first Honolulu store on Beretania Street opened in 1941. Read More

InsightIsland Voices

Column: Plan for disrupting high-tide flooding by mid-century

We need to eliminate dangerous fossil fuels, plan for more frequent and intense weather hazards, and adapt to sea level rise. Now is the time for new policies and behaviors to protect our most treasured places. Read More

Name in the News

Name in the News: Joseph Toy

Hawaii’s tourism industry is edging closer to another record year despite a few dips in arrivals tied to worries about forces of nature, ranging from Kilauea’s lava flow to hurricane forecasts. Read More

Kauakukalahale

Column: Nele i ka Hakahaka Pani ʻOle ʻIa

Synopsis: It is difficult to find Hawaiian-speaking substitute teachers for immersion schools. Students suffer as a result. If you speak Hawaiian, you might consider applying. Read More

On Politics

On Politics: Yee-haw! Horita, a staunch Democrat in Aloha State, lends a hand in Lone Star State

Why does former state Rep. Karen Horita think Texas is just the perfect place for a Hawaii Democrat to campaign? Read More

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