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COURTESY USGS
                                The south caldera of Kilauea Volcano.
130 small quakes detected near Kilauea summit

A swarm of over 130 small, shallow earthquakes that occurred Thursday and Friday on Kilauea signals neither an imminent threat of an eruption nor a large quake, the U.S. Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory announced Friday afternoon. Read more

COURTESY MYRA FUJII
                                The Waianae community worked together on Oct. 4 to help clean up the Waianae Japa­nese Cemetery, which vandals desecrated last month leaving more than 20 headstones overturned. Above, members of Pu‘uhonua O Wai‘anae helped the Doi family return the their family’s headstone and base onto its foundation.
Community unites to restore and clean Waianae Japanese Cemetery

When Lena Suzuki heard in September about the desecration of graves and trash strewn across the grounds at the Waianae Japanese Cemetery, where her husband’s relatives are buried, she organized a cleanup and asked for the community’s help. Read more

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                John A. Burns School of Medicine student Michelle Stafford administered a flu shot to Young Kim at the “Drive Through to Beat the Flu” event held at Kakaako Waterfront Park on Saturday.
Flu clinic provides a shot in the arm for prevention

Officials with the “Drive Thru to Beat the Flu” clinic are hoping for a better turnout today at Kakaako Waterfront Park, where roughly 100 vehicles were lined up early Saturday morning before things slowed to a trickle by mid-morning. Read more


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