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Volcano Update

2016-09-19 14:51

Recent visitors to the Kamokuna ocean entry have been greeted with the spectacular sight of Kilauea’s lava pouring into the sea to form some of the newest land on Earth. The vigorous interaction between molten lava (2,000 degrees Fahrenheit) and relatively cool seawater (around 80 degrees Fahrenheit) seldom fails to capture the imagination and engage the two particular senses of hearing and sight.

Local Features

2016-09-27 00:06

We all known the benefits of eating fatty fish like salmon: abundant omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin A, and B vitamins, as well as protein. Fresh or frozen, wild salmon is superior to farmed in flavor and nutrients. However, high prices often keep us from consuming it as often as we would like. Consider adding smoked salmon to your menus. Besides year-round availability and easy storage, a little goes a long way.

Obituaries

2016-09-27 00:05

Editor’s note: Obituaries are published free of charge as a public service. The content is subject to editing to ensure parity treatment and style continuity.

Opinion

2016-09-27 00:05

With their towering peaks, foaming rivers, deep canyons, austere deserts and verdant forests, national parks offer some of America’s most gratifying escapes. They attracted a record 307 million visitors in 2015, and in this, their centennial year, they are expected to get even more.

Nation & World

2016-09-27 00:06

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. — Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump launched into a spirited brawl Monday night as they met on stage for the first time, each jockeying for a breakout moment in their tightening race during a highly anticipated debate that often veered into sharply personal attacks.

Lifestyle

2016-09-27 00:06

Cookie bars, sliced pie squares, granola bars and crisped rice treats. Whether topped with a drizzle of chocolate or crumbly streusel, bars are the go-to treats for bake sales and school lunches, perfect for potlucks and office parties, or simply a snack when you’re on the run.