Monthly Archives: January 2010

Local media, politicians join forces for Hawai‘i's children

Media competition and political differences took the sidelines for  Hawai‘i’s children. That’s refreshing, and makes me even more resolved to work for and love Hawai‘i.  For my family, it is also entirely relevant, as we study options for elementary school … Continue reading

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Career Shadowing at H&P

Recently Pearl City High School started a new program called “Senior Project.” Projects can be career based, skill based, or service based. The program’s purpose is to allow a student, such as myself, to explore something new and discover future … Continue reading

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Downsized Opening Day at the Legislature

Opening Day at the Legislature lived up to its austere, no-frills billing: no pomp and circumstance, no music, no free lunch. The public took its cue in advance. This year the Capitol chambers were quiet. Seats went unfilled on both … Continue reading

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Hawaii's renewable energy brain trust takes stock

Hawaii’s renewable energy brain trust gathered at the Hawaii state capitol early in January (1/8/10) for an update on advances across the alternative energy spectrum—wind, water, solar and earth.  Puna Geothermal Venture plant manager Michael Kaleikini was among the experts … Continue reading

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