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  1. Blue Zones Project - North HawaiiRead the original story

    1 hr ago | West Hawaii Today

    Did you know you could consume 100 fewer calories every day without even thinking about it? According to Dr. Brian Wansink and other scientists at Cornell University's Food and Brand Lab, the setup of your kitchen greatly impacts what and how much you eat. In his book, "Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think," Wansink showed that simply making small changes in your kitchen can lead you and your family to "mindlessly" or effortlessly eating less and better food.

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  2. WCA town meeting set for Aug. 3Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | West Hawaii Today

    From 5:15-7 p.m. Aug. 3, Waimea Community Association will welcome home Waimea members of the Hokulea worldwide voyage crews, with reflections on the 42,000-mile Malama Honua experienced by Captain Chadd Paishon, Captain Pomai Bertelmann and others. County Council members will also provide an update on council business.

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  3. Climate change workshop open to communityRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | West Hawaii Today

    As part of the HI-MEET teacher training next week at Waimea Middle School, Dr. Chip Fletcher from UH-Manoa will present a compelling climate change talk open to the public from 3-5 p.m. July 25 at Waimea Elementary School's cafeteria. The talk will also be broadcast live on The Kohala Center's Facebook page.

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  4. Sandwich Isle Bread Company on the riseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | West Hawaii Today

    Last Monday, Sandwich Isle Bread Company quietly opened the doors of their new bakery, forging a link in Waimea's food chain and filling the air with seductive scents of fresh bread, hot coffee and croissants. "The idea always was to be your village baker and be part of everybody's meals," said Kay Cabrera, baker and co-owner, with husband Kevin and daughter, Morgan.

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  5. 'Round Up At the Ranch' grosses nearly $30,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 18 | West Hawaii Today

    While the annual Daniel R. Sayre Foundation annual fundraising events have brought in $1.75 million over the past 20 years, Waikii Ranch residents Hazel Aker and neighbors teamed up with the organization's founders, Laura and Frank Sayre, last Saturday to host a new charity event for the same worthy cause. "We were all inspired by the many good works that Laura and Frank Sayre have accomplished through the Sayre Foundation's annual fundraiser over the years, and wanted to do something to help," Aker said.

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  6. 3 fires near upper road suspected arsonRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 18 | West Hawaii Today

    The cluster of blazes occurred on Saturday and Sunday just outside Kailua-Kona. The first was discovered at about 3:30 p.m. on Saturday at about mile marker 29 on Mamalahoa Highway, or upper road.

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  7. Chamber Music by Candlelight' comes to WaimeaRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 18 | West Hawaii Today

    At 7 p.m. this Wednesday, a free chamber music concert will be performed by Hawaii Performing Arts Festival faculty in a traditional atmosphere at Hawaii Preparatory Academy's Davies Chapel on the Upper School campus. Comments posted below are from readers.

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  8. West Hawaii honors kinless member of Canadian, American armed forces todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | West Hawaii Today

    It remains unclear if Charles Allan Skinner has living family anywhere in the wide world, but one thing is certain - he's got a few advocates on Hawaii Island, where he will be buried today at noon in a service open to the public. Skinner, who lived in Waimea before health issues forced him into assisted living, died at Hilo Medical Center in April at the age of 91. According to Michele Graham, a former neighbor and friend turned caregiver in the latter years of Skinner's life, he was a veteran of two nation's armed forces and logged service in two wars.

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  9. Queen's, NHCH administrators face questions, concerns at community meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | West Hawaii Today

    North Hawaii residents packed the Waimea School cafeteria Tuesday anxious to hear from administrators of The Queen's Health Systems and North Hawaii Community Hospital in the wake of reports of layoffs at the hospital. The meeting, facilitated by the Waimea Community Association, was called specifically in response to community concerns about staffing and other issues, said Patti Cook, association president.

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  10. Monthly pau hana open to all businessesRead the original story

    Friday Jul 7 | West Hawaii Today

    Waimea's Business 1st month meeting will be from 5-7 p.m. this Tuesday at The Fish and The Hog restaurant. Everyone is welcome; no reservations are required.

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  11. Aloha Grown Malama Honua Fund goes to 5 Big Island schools and organizationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 7 | West Hawaii Today

    Recipients included Parker School and Waimea Elementary School for "Kihapai Hooulu" Project; Kohala Youth Ranch for "Equine-Assisted Therapy" Program; Laupahoehoe Community Public Charter School for "Farm to School" Program Hydroponics &Aquaponics Systems; Volcano School of Arts and Sciences for "Kalo Garden" Project; and Na Wai Ola Public Charter School for "Third Grade Composting" Project. Each organization received the $500 award to put toward a specific project or program that embodies Aloha Grown's philosophy to "Support Local, Sustain the Aina &Share the Aloha."

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  12. Little league baseball: Homers lead Hilo All-Stars to titleRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 5 | West Hawaii Today

    In the past, baseball coach Baba Lancaster has been more than willing to play small-ball. Bunts, hit-and-runs, stolen bases, safety squeezes - whatever gets a run home.

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  13. Tutu's House 7-4-17Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 4 | West Hawaii Today

    La'au Lapa'au - Traditional Health Classes will meet from 9 a.m.-noon July 8, 15, 22 and 29 with Ikaika Dombrigues, a Hawaiian healer who shares his knowledge and teachings about la'au and the healing wisdom of his kupuna in this educational series. Classes will provide participants with the opportunity to see la'au, learn to identify them and learn how la'au can be used for health remedies.

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  14. NHCH hosts community meetingRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 4 | West Hawaii Today

    Next Tuesday, residents are invited to a special meeting to address community health care priorities, concerns and questions facilitated by Waimea Community Association at 5:15 p.m. in Waimea School cafeteria. Speakers will include Art Ushijima, president and CEO of The Queen's Health Systems, North Hawaii Community Hospital's President Cindy Kamikawa, the hospital's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Gary Goldberg, and Dr. Lyn Lam, NHCH's ambulatory services medical director.

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  15. Mamalahoa Highway improvement underway in WaimeaRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 4 | West Hawaii Today

    Mamalahoa Highway entering Waimea from the south side has been prepped to begin shoulder paving. It will begin across the street just after the Lualai subdivision entrance and concludes at the end of Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope.

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  16. Several North Hawaii students recognized at Western Oregon UniversityRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 4 | West Hawaii Today

    Also, Seraphim Benoist of Honokaa and Jaclyn Sorbets of Waimea were named to the school's spring honor roll. A GPA of 3.5-3.9 is required for this distinction.

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  17. Roadwork planned Thursday in WaimeaRead the original story

    Monday Jul 3 | West Hawaii Today

    The County of Hawaii Department of Public Works Highways Division will pave approximately 400 feet of the roadway shoulder on the southbound lane of Mamalahoa Highway beginning at the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope Corporation and extending south towards Kaomoloa Road. The work will be performed from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, weather and construction conditions permitting.

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  18. Wet east side holds West Hawaii water solutionRead the original story

    Monday Jul 3 | West Hawaii Today

    Friends of Kona, by now you've noticed that we have a water shortage. Your government has caused the problem and is asking you to cut back on your water usage by 25 percent in order to correct their error.

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  19. Little League baseball: North Hawaii slams West Side 22-3Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 2 | West Hawaii Today

    Elijah Scadina sent a no-doubter over the fence in left, Braeden Samura lined a blast to center and Micah Reyes sliced a home run to right - and that was just the first inning. They might need to find a bigger field at the Little League District 4 Majors tournament.

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  20. Making free healthy food accessible for seniors: HCEOC launches farmers market program islandwideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 30 | West Hawaii Today

    With a grant from the state, Hawaii County Economic Opportunity Council launched the Senior Farmer's Market Nutrition Program on the Big Island last week. Low-income seniors and disabled persons can now access free fresh produce grown in Hawaii at 14 authorized farmer's markets around the island using special coupons.

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