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Coping With Distance Learning

Students, teachers and parents struggle to cope. Vanessa Joy Domingo When the 2019–2020 school year ended with drive-by graduations, no one knew what to expect for the 2020–2021 school year. At first, the Department of Education released plans where schools...

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To Cha-Cha or Not?

County Council Approves Seven Charter Changes (Amendments) to be placed on Ballot. Alfredo G. Evangelista Assistant Editor For most Filipinos who tune in to Philippine politics, Cha-Cha is not only a dance but an abbreviation for charter change. Here on...

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SPORTS: On Timeout, Postponed or (Gasp) Canceled?

SPORTS: On Timeout, Postponed or (Gasp) Canceled? Vanessa Joy Domingo Even as we go to press, the situation for college and professional sports is unclear due to COVID-19. (In Hawai‘i, most high school sports for the fall including football and...

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Vote By Mail Raises Turnout

COVID-19 Supports Name Recognition Alfredo G. Evangelista | Assistant Editor The first Statewide all vote by mail election resulted in a higher turnout than in recent years with over 406,425 of the 795,248 registered voters returning ballots. Turnout in Maui...

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Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes Vanessa Joy Domingo | Photos courtesy of the owners Work life has radically changed for the United States workforce once the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the world. We recognize the importance of the front-line workers such as...

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2020 Elections to be Conducted by Mail

2020 Elections to be Conducted by Mail Vanessa Joy Domingo I recall when my Dad first brought me along to vote when I was in the first grade. I remember being in awe at the number of cars filling the...

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