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GEORGE F. LEE / GLEE@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                More than 100 people were at the state Capitol on Friday for a protest organized by the Knights of Aloha to speak out against Hawaii’s current leadership.
Pro-Donald Trump protest is peaceful at state Capitol

More than 125 mostly Donald Trump supporters showed up Friday at the state Capitol for a mixed-bag — and peaceful — protest that centered on faith and frustration with local government business and COVID-19 policies but also was tinged with far-right rhetoric following the president’s loss in the election. Read more

CINDY ELLEN RUSSELL / CRUSSELL@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Government agencies and nonprofits are placing traffic barriers and boulders in designated areas to protect the coastal habitat of Wawamalu from vehicular traffic.
Effort aims to keep vehicles off Sandy Beach shoreline

A 9.5-acre stretch of undeveloped city beach known as Wawamalu would be a pristine place where beachgoers could enjoy nature to the accompaniment of wind, waves and the cries of seabirds and children exploring tide pools, were it not for the roars of off-road vehicles driving on its sand beach, gouging deep, blackened tracks and tearing up the native vegetation and dunes. Read more

Christina Klemme
On the Move: Christina Klemme

Consuelo Foundation has announced the appointment of Christina Klemme as its new chief financial officer, replacing San Vuong, who is retiring after 25 years. Read more


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