November 7, 2014

November 7, 2014

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Molly Solomon Special to The Hawai‘i Herald “Don’t open the door yet,” my mom yells from the back seat. She and my aunt are slathering their...

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By Hiroo Sato Special to The Hawai‘i Herald From the year 1900, many Japanese immigrants began arriving in Pähoa to work for the sugar plantation. These immigrants encountered many hardships, but they persevered, worked hard and built Pähoa into a thriving community.

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Retired Judge Thomas Kaulukukui Jr. Published with Permission Thomas Kaulukukui Jr. Editor’s note: The following is the speech that retired Circuit Judge Thomas Kaulukukui Jr. prepared...

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Gwen Battad Ishikawa “I will write peace on your wings and you will fly all over the world.” — Sadako Sasaki The story of Sadako Sasaki,...

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Karleen C. Chinen Commentary Argh! The agony of a press deadline! We are sending this issue of the Herald to press on Tuesday afternoon, general election...

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Members of the Wakaba Kai Sorority gathered at Natsunoya Tea House on Oct. 5 for the group’s 65th anniversary reunion. The original Wakaba Kai Club...

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Members of Izumo Taishakyo Mission of Hawaii, their supporters and invited guests gathered at the Chinatown shrine on Oct. 5 to celebrate the 108th...

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The newly opened ‘Aiea Public Library has earned the coveted Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building...

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“People Are Persons: Buddhism, LGBTQ and You” is the topic of a lecture being given by The Rev. Patti Nakai of the Buddhist Temple...

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Adm. Harry B. Harris Jr. was recently nominated to the post of commander of U.S. Forces in the Pacific. If confirmed by the U.S....

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