By CAMERON MICULKA West Hawaii Today KAILUA-KONA — Jim Channon, a Hawi resident since 1989, was many things: an artist, a Vietnam veteran, author of the “First Earth Battalion Operations Manual” and the world’s first “corporate shaman,” consulting with blue… Continue Reading
Don’t miss the exciting premiere of 2 new shows right here EXCLUSIVELY on KNKR, 96.1 FM, and streamed live at www.knkr.org. 7-9PM KANIKAPILA (Hawaiian music jam sesh) oldies, Kahiko chanting, hula melee, and more. 9-10PM CLASSIC TOUCH (touching upon the greatest in… Continue Reading
By Max Dible West Hawaii Today firstname.lastname@example.org KAPAAU — Spectators and planners of the Kamehameha Day Celebration in North Kohala felt Hawaii Island saved its best for last Sunday. The annual ceremony in Kapaau honoring King Kamehameha I, who united… Continue Reading
This is a Civil Defense Message. This is an Earthquake information update for Thursday, June 8 at 7:15 AM. The earthquake which occurred at approximately 7:01 AM was not large enough to cause a tsunami for the Island or State… Continue Reading
5.1 earthquake in Volcano 7:01am. I get it here in hawi. Did you?
HONOLULU, June 1, 2017 – Hurricane season is officially underway and early forecasts show this season could bring more storm systems than usual. The Hawaiian Electric Companies urge customers – both residential and commercial – to ready themselves and their… Continue Reading
KNKR’s sport’s broadcast crew was there yesterday for a live remote broadcast of SpringFest 2017 from Kohala Elementary School. The broadcast crew included Donovan Aiona and Al Nickl with Danny Garcia and others adding to the broadcast. Pictured here, Left… Continue Reading