SHOULD HONOULIULI BE A NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE?

Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons The National Park Service is currently accepting public comment on its draft study, which identifies the Honouliuli internment camp site for possible inclusion as a national historic site or a national...

HERALD SALUTES – EDWARD OSHIRO

Photo Courtesy: Department of Education ‘Ewa Makai Middle School principal Edward Oshiro was presented the 10th annual Masayuki Tokioka Excellence in School Leadership Award at the Public Schools of Hawai‘i Foundation Dinner on May 1....

HERALD SALUTES – JILL TOKUDA

State Sen. Jill Tokuda was presented a 2014 “Champions for Charters” award from the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools at the U.S. Capitol during National Charter School Week (May 4-10). Tokuda was one...
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JUNE 20 – SENIOR HEALTH AND FITNESS FAIR

The Hawaii United Okinawa Association sponsors this fair, featuring health, safety, financial and cultural booths, as well as workshops, and new product and services for seniors.  Door Prizes and Prize giveaways too. Friday June 20...

HAWAI‘I-GROWN SWEET, JUICY NAVEL ORANGES

Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons Editor’s note: With this issue, we welcome H. Dale Sato to the pages of the Herald with a column titled, “From My Yard.” Anyone who raises fruit trees or vegetables in...

THE NEW POWER OF ATTORNEY LAW

Photo Credit: HawaiiReporter.com On April 17, Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed into law the new Uniform Power of Attorney Act. It may be somewhat confusing to people because Hawai‘i already had a law allowing powers of...

GIVING BACK AND PAYING IT FORWARD

Photo courtesty Hawaii Senate Majority Growing up in Japan, Sabrina Shizue McKenna never imagined she would one day be a Hawai‘i Supreme Court justice. “As a child, I always thought I would be a teacher,” she...

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