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Farmers dominate Seabury, hand Spartans first loss in 8-man football

| September 19, 2015 | 0 Comments
Farmers dominate Seabury, hand Spartans first loss in 8-man football

The final score was 62-7 and it was really over by the end of the first quarter. After one quarter Molokai led 22-0 and it was clear that Molokai had the better team today. By halftime the score was 49-7 as the Farmers proved to be faster, bigger and stronger off the line than Seabury, […]

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PHOTOS: Farmers trounce Pine Lads 71-0 in home opener

| September 12, 2015 | 0 Comments
PHOTOS: Farmers trounce Pine Lads 71-0 in home opener

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PHOTOS: Farmers tops Kohala 46-14 in first preseason game

| August 22, 2015 | 0 Comments
PHOTOS: Farmers tops Kohala 46-14 in first preseason game

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Alex Mawae and Youth in Motion place strong in M2O despite grueling conditions

| August 8, 2015 | 0 Comments
Alex Mawae and Youth in Motion place strong in M2O despite grueling conditions

By Clare Seeger Mawae The M2O (Molokai2Oahu) Paddleboard World Championship race always brings out the top paddlers to cross the Kaiwi Channel 32 miles between the islands of Molokai and Oahu. Each year is difficult, but the conditions in this year’s 19th annual crossing on July 26 were perhaps the most grueling ever. Light winds […]

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Second Annual Molokai Math Competition encourages elementary ‘Mathletes’

| June 19, 2015 | 0 Comments
Second Annual Molokai Math Competition encourages elementary ‘Mathletes’

Top three winners represent Kilohana, Kualapuu, Kaunakakai schools By Erik Svetin Molokai High School Student and “Mathlete” One year ago I started a new annual math competition for Molokai elementary school students. I wanted to share my love and enthusiasm of mathematics with other younger students on island. My goal was to encourage other students […]

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Mokulele Airlines lei’s island hoppers on King Kamehameha Day

| June 10, 2015 | 0 Comments
Mokulele Airlines lei’s island hoppers on King Kamehameha Day

Mokulele Airlines News Release Mokulele Airlines celebrates King Kamehameha Day tomorrow by lei’ing the first 500 passengers who travel from all nine Hawaiian airports, including Molokai and Kalaupapa airports. “Mokulele was founded in 1994 by a native Hawaiian, Rebecca “Kawehi” Inaba with the goal to share the beauty of the islands with passengers,” said Ron […]

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Alex Mawae smashes personal goal at Olukai Stand-Up Race on Maui

| June 9, 2015 | 0 Comments
Alex Mawae smashes personal goal at Olukai Stand-Up Race on Maui

By Clare Seeger Mawae Twelve-year-old Alex Mawae of Molokai charged hard at the Olukai Stand-Up race May 2, taking second place in his division of 17-and-under racers in a record time of 1 hour, 9 minutes, 26 seconds. The course, from Maliko Gulch to Kanaha Beach along Maui’s North Shore, covers eight-plus miles. Mawae smashed […]

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Editorial: TMT offers knowledge for next generation of Hawaiians

| May 27, 2015 | 4 Comments
Editorial: TMT offers knowledge for next generation of Hawaiians

By Kaohu Paleka I’ve been hearing a lot about the arguments going on around Mauna Kea and the construction of a Thirty Meter Telescope. Personally, I think the locals are exaggerating the impact of the telescope that the University of Hawaii is planning to put on the mountain. I read an interesting article in the […]

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Alex Mawae competes in Turtle Bay at the Stand-Up World Tour

| February 21, 2015 | 0 Comments
Alex Mawae competes in Turtle Bay at the Stand-Up World Tour

By Clare Seeger Mawae The opening of the Stand-Up World Tour for 2015 was the Turtle Bay Women’s Pro on Feb. 7 and 8 along with the Na Kama Kai Youth Challenge leading to the main event, The Sunset Pro at Sunset Beach. Alex Mawae from Molokai had the experience of his young life with […]

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Kohala Center to study how Mo’omomi fishing regulations impact health on Molokai

| January 6, 2015 | 0 Comments
Kohala Center to study how Mo’omomi fishing regulations impact health on Molokai

Kohala Center News Release The Kohala Center has received a grant from the Health Impact Project to study the potential health impacts of proposed regulations associated with a community-managed fishery policy for the Hawaiian Native Mo‘omomi Community-Based Subsistence Fishing Area on the north shore of Molokai. State-level decision-makers are reviewing the current fishery management policy […]

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