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Class Reunions Bring Everyone Together

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By:  Jenn K  I’m looking at you, Hilo High Class of 1989.  Summer is class reunion season, when alumni come together to celebrate and get reacquainted.  We all can’t possibly remember everyone in… Continue reading

Obon Season Is Upon Us! 

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By: Jenn K A few months ago, my adventure friend, Carlen, texted me that she was going to make happi coats for Obon season. Held during the summer months across Hawaii, bon odori is free to the… Continue reading

You Would Never See This Happen in Honolulu!

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By LHS Contributor Jodilyn K. These three young women (soon to be high school freshman) from Hilo qualified for what is referred to as the West Zone Tennis Team Championships.   Six boys and… Continue reading

Hilo Style Sake Pairing 

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By:  Jenn K  When my best friend, Jodi, was home in May, we planned a few food outings that we could do together.  One of them was a sake pairing put on by Grapes,… Continue reading

Absolutely No Place Like Hilo

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By:  Jenn K I had so much fun yesterday that I forgot to take pictures.  Disappointed, yes, but the fact that it was an amazing afternoon, spent with good friends, that will never… Continue reading

The Hilo Style Pageant Life

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By: Jenn K When I was 17, my mother signed me up for a summer class with Barbizon.  Unbeknownst to me, she thought I needed (a lot of) help with makeup and hair… Continue reading

“Are You From The Mainland Because You Speak So Well!”

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  By:  Jenn K I speak so well because I just do. LOL Last year, it became official that Pidgin English would be a recognized language.  It was an exciting announcement for many… Continue reading

Parker’s Pig, Dora

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This post is written by 10-year old LHS guest contributor, Parker P. My name is Parker and I am 10 years old. I joined 4-H because this is the year I can join… Continue reading

The Hilo Orchid Society Never Fails To Amaze

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By: Jenn K Hilo celebrated the opening of this weekend’s Hilo Orchid Show at the annual Gala Preview Party, held at the Edith Kanakaole Tennis Stadium.  Proceeds from “The Carousel of Aloha” event… Continue reading

An Ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure

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By: Jenn K Recently, KTA Super Stores held its annual Safety Poster Contest awards and dinner at its Puainako location. It was the last one for this year which followed similar affairs in… Continue reading