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Friday, October 24, 2014         

Editorials

Our View
 Coastal areas face growth issue
The tension between development growth and "keeping the country country" looms large in several traditionally rural areas along the west and north coasts of Oahu. Story »
Island Voices
Set amid our island landscape is a global business community hungry for skilled workers who can help drive and sustain economic growth.  Story »

It was truly encouraging for teachers to read in this newspaper that they have something in common with Hawaii's three leading gubernatorial candidates and their concerns over the highly controversial Common Core national educational standards.  Story »

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 »

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 »

Michael Titterton is aware of the many concerns about Hawaii Public Radio's semi-annual on-air fundraising drives, but for now, he says, there's probably no better alternative.

For Friday, October 24, 2014
District 41 leans Republican • Editorials, news kept separate • Ag amendment helps farmers • Litter-picker's work inspires • GOP sows fear about Ebola

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For Friday, October 24, 2014
Drop in molasses bucket for Matson • HPD moves slowly in right direction
2014 Endorsements
Sunday Comic
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Heading into the general election with a 12 percentage point lead in the latest sampling from the Hawaii Poll, state Sen. David Ige is showing evolving strength in his campaign.

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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