The world's largest stone age workshops probably exist in Hawaii. Announcement of this discovery was made today by Kenneth P. Emory, ethnologist of the Bishop museum, following recent studies by him at the summit region of Mauna Kea on the Big Island.
Washington (UPI) » Rep. Spark M. Matsunaga yesterday joined with a group of House "doves" in opposing suggestions attributed to Premier Nguyen Cao Ky of South Viet Nam that the United States have it out with Red China now.
There is a place in Hawaii's civilian defense organization for every member of the community. This was emphasized by Charles J. Henderson, deputy territorial director of civilian defense, in a talk today to a group of women in the final class in home protection of the women's division of the office of civilian defense at Central Intermediate School.
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Catching Up To New Realities
Let’s face it, this mixed plate of same-gender marriage, civil unions, sexual partnerships and children picking their gender identity is tough chewing, swallowing and digesting for perhaps half of this state’s adult population. Read More »
Helping Make Wishes Come True
Fourteen-year-old Precious Rivera made a wish to be a princess, and last Friday that wish came true. Rivera, who has congenital hypotonia, which limits her ability to move, also had wished for an electric wheel-chair, which Make-A-Wish recently granted as well. Read More »