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Friday 07/03/2015
Malama Pono gets new home

LIHUE — Malama Pono Health Services will open its new location Thursday in the Kukui Grove Health Center, suites 205 and 207.

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Thursday 07/02/2015
Holy service at Holy Cross

ELEELE — Carol Nacion holds memories of Holy Cross Church close to her heart. And after a decade as church secretary, she has a lot of them.

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Wednesday 07/01/2015
The sweetest of swims

People don’t often fly thousands of miles just to swim in a race.

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In Your Corner: Happy 239th Birthday USA

On July 4th the United States of America will be 239. And what an amazing country history we have had. Built into the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution which was signed over eleven years later on Sept. 17, 1787 was truth, wisdom, a caring for fellow men (hence a trial by jury, rather than “off with his head”) and a desire “to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence [sic] promote general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity (future generations).” (http://constitutionus.com) The ideals were broad enough to allow for a changing future.

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Sunday 06/28/2015
Rocco April: ‘Privileged’ to be here

WAILUA — You might make plans for your future, but sometimes life pulls you in another direction.

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This week on K-Drama

The Korean government with the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Honolulu are sponsoring Global Taste of Korea Contest to be held at KCC on July 13. There are cash prizes for the top three places. Hawaii is one of 17 regional contest which means the winner in Hawaii will get a trip to Korea for semi-final and final stages of the international competition. Each regional winner will get 10 nights and 11 days in Korea with the grand prize winner getting $10,000. For more information please visit: www.tasteofkorea.co.kr/eng/main.html-GLOBAL or email: consulatehi@mofa.go.kr or you can call Michelle You at (808) 595-6109 ext 15. Deadline to enter has been extended to July 5!

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An angel on Kauai, touching lives one by one

Some people are born with a mission and purpose. My life has been dedicated to helping people be as healthy as they can be. Simply, I was born to be a fitness trainer and a nutritional coach. I have a new friend who was born to be a beacon of hope to people whose lives have been touched by drug, alcohol or cigarette addiction. She has written three booklets dealing with the subjects and has collected stories from those who want to help others by telling of their personal journeys.

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Trying to track down ‘The Koloa Ghost’

A news article titled “The Kauai Ghost Walks,” published in the Nov. 15, 1898, edition of Honolulu’s “Evening Bulletin” newspaper, reads in part as follows:

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Obituaries for June 28, 2015

Obituaries for June 28, 2015

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Friday 06/26/2015
An Ancient Adventure

WAILUA — As Ilima Rivera prepares for her seventh annual Kauai Kau Wela Summer Festival, the founder and director looks forward to uniting Hawaii’s past and present.

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Laundry Love launches in Kapaa

LIHUE — More than 35 people showed up at Kapaa Laundromat last Wednesday to have their laundry washed, dried and folded — for free.

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Wednesday 06/24/2015
The skinny on Kauai Dermatology

LIHUE — People are aware of what they need to do to protect their skin, said Dr. Thomas Potter of Kauai Dermatology.

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Addressing racism and praying for racial peace

I started out to write that June is National Safety Month. I clicked onto the National Safety Council website (www.nsc.org) and discovered two very interesting things. One is that the incidences of people having accidents while walking and texting has risen so much, that it was included for the first time in the National Safety Council’s report that tracks data on unintentional accidents. So walk carefully if you’re texting!

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Just add water

Zumba in the Water!

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Is yogurt the answer to obesity?

The Greek physician Hippocrates once said: “all disease begins in the gut.” You may have heard something similar, there’s been a lot of talk recently about how important it is to keep your gut healthy and increase good gut bacteria.

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Sunday 06/21/2015
Mama Ane: One of a kind

Patience, patience and even more patience.

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Welcome to the digital age, KBFD TV goes tapeless

KBFD TV is one of the first FCC licensed TV stations in the U.S. broadcasting Korean programming to broadcast in full high definition at 1080i. Summer cleaning of the office reminds me of the many changes in TV broadcasting in just the last 30-some years.

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Here’s the latest skinny on obesity from Harvard researchers

The T.H. Chan School of Public Health at Harvard researchers have done some very interesting studies on weight training and controlling obesity. They found that because aging is associated with sarcopenia, that is loss of skeletal muscle, just doing aerobic exercises is insufficient to keep the pounds off and stay healthy. They note that measuring the waist circumference is one of the best indicators of a healthy body composition among aging adults, and that combining resistance training with aerobic exercise or even just engaging in resistance exercise helps adults lessen abdominal fat while increasing or at least preserving muscle mass. The Harvard study was a 12-year study with over 10,000 participants and it clearly indicated that weight training is key in keeping the waistline trim, and is more effective than simply doing aerobic exercise.

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The steamer “Iwa” visits Kauai

In July 1898, the 16-ton steamer “Iwa” out of Honolulu took on a cargo of 300 bags of taro and 60 bags of rice offshore of Kalalau Beach, Kauai, that had been produced in Kalalau Valley.

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Wednesday 06/17/2015
Celebrating you, dad!

Father’s Day is this Sunday. If you haven’t found the gift yet you want to give, this article might help. I received a lot of positive feedback for the Mother’s Day article I wrote last month about different ways to show mothers you care. I’ll briefly review the five ways that marriage counselor Dr. Gary Chapman wrote about in his book, “The 5 Love Languages,” and offer some hints and suggestions specifically for your dad.

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