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Hawaii island farmers lost $28M from damages caused by Kilauea volcano

A survey of Big Island farmers has found that they have suffered nearly $28 million from damages caused by the months-long eruption earlier this year of the Kilauea volcano, the Hawaii Tribune Herald reports. Read More

Lawmakers consider requests for disaster-recovery funding

Following a tumultuous run of storms, wildfires and eruptive volcanic activity, state legislators are bracing for a series of requests and proposals to help fund disaster-recovery efforts across the state. Read More

Kilauea farm disaster survey estimates $28M in losses

A survey of Big Island farms impacted by the Kilauea eruption tallied nearly $28 million in losses for the floriculture and nursery, papaya, macadamia nut and other industries. Read More

Volcano park post office, mail delivery to Leilani Estates to resume Tuesday

The U.S. Postal Service announced that will resume operations in parts of Hawaii island that were impacted by the Kilauea eruption in May, starting Tuesday. Read More
 

Agency upgrades aviation rating for Kilauea volcano

Yellow means that the volcanic activity has decreased significantly, but continues to be monitored for possible, renewed increase. Read More

Nearly $500K in federal funds will help Hawaii farmers rebuild

A non-profit called the Synergistic Hawaii Agriculture Council (SHAC) will receive more than $483,000 in federal funding to assist farmers impacted by the volcanic activity on Hawaii island, according to U.S. Sen. Mazie K. Hirono. Read More

Kilauea Disaster Recovery Center’s last day is Friday

Hawaii County announced today that the Disaster Recovery Center in Pahoa assisting survivors of the Kilauea eruption will close permanently on Friday. Read More
 

Visitors flock to reopened Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park

Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park, the premier visitor attraction for Hawaii island, reopened Saturday and welcomed an eager stream of tourists and locals from across the state. Read More
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Pohoiki boat ramp could reopen, but no time frame set

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State officials said the popular Pohoiki Boat Ramp in Puna showed no damage and could possibly be used again, but the entrance is blocked off and surrounded by about 14,000 cubic yards of black sand. Read More

Pahoa shelter closes leaving legacy of help, complaints

Pahoa’s emergency evacuation center opened in a hurry at 4:15 p.m. May 3 and over the next 136 days offered a lifeline to people forced from their homes by the Kilauea eruption. Read More
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Pohoiki boat ramp could reopen, but no time frame set yet

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State officials said the popular Pohoiki Boat Ramp in Puna showed no damage and could possibly be used again, but the entrance is blocked off and surrounded by about 14,000 cubic yards of black sand. Read More

Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park will reopen with free admission Saturday

Park visitors should, however, anticipate heavy traffic, long lines and delays, and one-third fewer parking spaces than before. Read More

Kilauea lava upsurge dies down; naming new fissure heats up

The dominant source of lava since May from Puna’s volcanic eruption could be tapped out. But one increasingly active issue with fissure 8 is the effort to give it an official name. Read More

Editorial: Clarify limits of flood insurance

Hurricanes, and the flooding damage they cause, are facts of life here. There’s no cause for keeping people in the dark about the realities, and about the best means of protecting their property. Read More
 

Residents return to Leilani Estates

The barricades that once blocked entry into the Leilani Estates emergency evacuation zone were gone Saturday as residents long separated from their homes made their way back along the familiar roads of the Lower Puna subdivision. Read More

Evacuated Leilani Estates residents cleared to return home

More than two months after flowing lava and volcanic gas prompted county officials to evacuate Leilani Estates in Puna, residents of the subdivision will be able to return to their homes today. Read More

MacKenzie to reopen on the Big Island, providing access to newly created beaches

State officials announced the MacKenzie State Recreation Area along the coastline in Lower Puna will reopen Saturday for the first time since the Kilauea eruption in early May forced its closure. Read More

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