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Hookena Elementary School teacher a finalist in the ‘Dream Big’ grants competition

Three Hawaii public school teachers are each vying for $100,000 in educational grants to fund innovative projects to engage students and enhance learning at their schools. Leimamo Lind-Strauss, a third-grade teacher at Ho‘okena Elementary on the Big Island, envisions creating a telescope observatory at her school. The observatory would serve as a centralized classroom for […]

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Search ends after three day search at Hookena Beach Park for missing person

An ocean and land search Wednesday (Jan 25) concluded after three days for a missing person last seen at Hookena Beach Park. During the search divers, a rescue boat and land crews were used to search the area for the male reported missing.

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The Department of Parks and Recreation will be conducting routine mosquito spraying and treatments of the Hookena Beach Park facilities.  This is a preventative measure only as there have been no confirmed cases associated with the beach park since November.

Hookena Beach Park closed until Monday afternoon (March 14) for mosquito treatment

The Department of Parks and Recreation will be conducting routine mosquito spraying and treatments of the Hookena Beach Park facilities. This is a preventative measure only as there have been no confirmed cases associated with the beach park since November.

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Police are searching for a Hookena man wanted on a bench warrant

Hawaiʻi Island police are searching for a 22-year-old man wanted on a $20,000 bench warrant for violating probation. Matthew Alani of Hoʻokena is also wanted for questioning in connection with an abuse case. He is described as 5-foot-7, 150 pounds with black hair, brown eyes and possibly a goatee. He has numerous tattoos, including one […]

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Tickets available for 'Bay Concert' honoring Kane (Nov. 21)

Tickets available for ‘Bay Concert’ honoring Kane (Nov. 21)

MEDIA RELEASE The “2009 Bay Concert: A Celebration of Life at Kahaluu Bay” features Na Hoku award winners Na Leo Pilimehana and Hookena along with emcee Frank de Lima and the Daifukuji Taiko Drummers on Saturday, Nov. 21, at the Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort Convention Center. Doors open at 4:30 p.m.; concert is 5-8 p.m. […]

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Gusty winds reported near Kona International Airport, high surf advisory in place.

Hawaii County Civil Defense update on TD Felicia

Gusty winds reported near Kona International Airport, high surf advisory in place.

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Volunteers clear historic Ala Loa trail in Hookena

Volunteers clear historic Ala Loa trail in Hookena

About 15 volunteers early Sunday morning continued the clearing of the Ala Loa trail in Hookena. Part of a trail system that was established in the 1840s to augment the better known beach road, or Ala Kahakai, the Ala Loa carried commerce until the mauka highway was established in the early 1900s. Volunteers gather every other […]

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