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Our dear friend and colleague Mila Polevia passed away recently and we would like to share this poem Michael Foley wrote: THE SHADOW OF MILA’S STRINGS I see the shadow of Mila’s strings pressed against the velvet lining his open guitar case like a door ajar saying I’ve just arrived but I’m ready to leave the lid is wide open ready to receive that request for a song written in […]

todayNovember 7, 2022 180


KNKR Christmas Special

Tune in Christmas morning! Lonesome Bob will host a holiday music & call in show from 8-11am. Featuring the KNKR ohana, your requests and dedications and a 9am sing-along encore of the 2019 performance by the North Kohala Seniors with carols on ukulele. Christmas Special Announcement

todayDecember 21, 2020 104

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HTA Campaign to Educate Visitors Via: Hawaii Tourism Authority It’s more than where you go. It’s how you stay. That’s the message behind a new video that’s being played to visitors before and after they arrive in Hawaii. It’s part of the Kuleana Campaign, which was launched last year through a partnership between the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) and the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB). Kuleana means responsibility and it’s the personal and collective […]

todayOctober 21, 2020 151


HTA Seeks Public Input on Future Tourism

Via: The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) would like the public's input on how the state and counties can reset tourism in Hawaii through destination management, prioritizing community, cultural and environmental needs? Guided by its 2020-2025 Strategic Plan, one of HTA’s newest initiatives is the creation of a Destination Management Action Plan (DMAP) for each county in Hawaii through its Community-Based Tourism program. Goal: create four individual action plans that will […]

todayOctober 6, 2020 210

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DLNR: New Guidelines

DLNR issued new guidelines for State parks, beaches, trails and boating on September 23, 2020. Everyone recreating in parks, on beaches, on trails, must continue following mandatory safe practices, such as wearing face coverings and maintaining six feet of physical distancing from those not residing in the same household. These practices are intended to prevent another surge in COVID-19 cases and having to revert to more restrictive measures or closures […]

todaySeptember 24, 2020 94

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Big Island Parks Closure

In efforts to control the spread of the Coronavirus on Hawaii Island, the following are in effect: Effective September 4th through September 19th all beach and shoreline parks are closed.  The activities of exercising, fishing, food gathering, use of restroom, shower facilities and access to the ocean will continue to be allowed.  Call Civil Defense at 935-0031 for more information.Increased testing will continue throughout the Island.  The Hawaii County Police Department will […]

todaySeptember 2, 2020 136


DLNR Closes Parks & Tours

Via DLNR: ALL COMMERCIAL OCEAN & TRAIL TOURS AND ALL HAWAI‘I STATE PARKS NOW CLOSED With today’s announcement that community spread of COVID-19 is likely happening in Hawai‘i, the DLNR Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation (DOBOR) has suspended all commercial operator permits until further notice. The suspension is consistent with Governor Ige’s supplemental emergency proclamation, Hawai‘i Dept. of Health (DOH) and Center’s for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines. […]

todayMarch 20, 2020 89


Hawaii Cigar & Ukulele New Hours, Counter Service Only

Via; Hawaii Cigar & Ukulele News release In a news release today Hawi town retailer Hawaii Cigar & Ukulele rolled out new hours with counter service only. The news release states that the business is not allowing entry for browsing during their new hours 10-2 ( subject to change) Their online shop at now offers: Free shipping in Hawaii CBD delivery within Hawi & Kapaau, from Puakea Bay to […]

todayMarch 18, 2020 92

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Hawaiin Electric Suspends Disconnections

Hawaiian Electric will suspend service disconnections for 30 days so customers who are financially challenged by the coronavirus pandemic don’t have to worry about losing electric service. Service disconnections of both residential and commercial customers will be suspended through at least April 17. Depending on the situation at that time, the special assistance period may be extended. Customers facing financial hardship are urged to call Customer Service so payment options […]

todayMarch 17, 2020 80