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Thursday, October 23, 2014         

Editorials

Our View
 Solid talent awaits entry into House
From Nuuanu to downtown to Aiea, these state House districts comprise the bulk of Oahu's most-established, working-class residential communities.  Story »
Island Voices
We are advocates for universal preschool, but not at the expense of our state's public education system. The constitutional amendment regarding early childhood education is proposing that the state allow public money be used for private preschools. Story »

Hawaii 4-year-olds need preschool now; they can't wait another decade. Hawaii lags behind the nation in early education. We are one of the remaining states that has not brought universal preschool to our communities.  Story »

The potential cost of the preschool program to the citizens of Hawaii is significant, but has not been firmly established. Since enabling legislation has not been written, we can only guess what the educational program will look like. Story »

Insight
It may seem as if the wind has died down and everyone is letting the sun shine, where alternative resources are concerned.  Story »

The public profile of the wind energy issue has dropped lower on the viewscreen in the last six years since the adoption of the Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative, in which it played a starring role.  Story »

The Navy has been a part of Steve Colon's life, one way or another, for more than three decades. Colon, Hawaii region president for Hunt Cos., left active duty in 1988 and retired from the reserves as a captain in 2006.

For Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Fukunaga ought to be thanked • Not voting at all is best choice • Friday furloughs were HSTA idea; and more

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For Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Shidler's altruism an inspiration • A rose by any other name …
2014 Endorsements
Sunday Comic
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It appears the Hawaii Campaign Spending Commission could devote some of Wednesday to chewing on the Pacific Resource Partnership, which, because of the money it flings around, is one of our most influential political players.

Synopsis: There needs to be more education about the Ebola virus, so that we may be able to care for those who get sick anywhere, in the hospital, at home, etc., without contracting the virus.

The Waianae District, one of the areas on Oahu with serious health problems and lacking in medical facilities, will have two full-time physicians in a few months.


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