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Nutrient rich foods blossom in Kapaau: NFH project makes significant strides in 2017

| | Nov 13 2017 - 1:15am | Comments

KAPAAU — Grown the right way, foods can double or triple in nutrient content, according to Jana Bogs.

  1. | Posted: Sep 30 2016 - 12:04am

    WAIMEA — Just two years into his young career, Dr. Mark Villarin has delivered nearly 300 babies and performed more than 200 cesarean sections. The 27-year-old physician says he found inspiration to pursue this career originally back in high school, volunteering at North Hawaii Community Hospital in Waimea.

  2. | Posted: Sep 30 2016 - 12:03am

    WAIMEA — According to the Centers for Disease Control, 86 million American adults — 1 out of every 3 — has prediabetes, with only 11 percent of individuals aware they have the condition.

  3. | Posted: Sep 27 2016 - 5:32am

    KOHALA — Kohala Mountain Educational Farm is bringing back the annual Pumpkin Patch Fall Festival to the delight of children and adults alike each weekend beginning Oct. 8 and continuing through 30.

  4. | Posted: Sep 27 2016 - 5:31am

    WAIKOLOA — After nearly nine months of construction, a second entrance into Waikoloa Resort opened this week. The purpose is to provide greater convenience for residents, visitors, employees and vendors in and out of the 1,350-acre resort.

  5. | Posted: Sep 27 2016 - 5:30am

    WAIKOLOA VILLAGE — As the shortage of traditional doctors continues at hospitals and health centers around the Big Island, a different option is now more easily accessible through health care: naturopathic physicians.

  6. | Posted: Sep 23 2016 - 12:05am

    KOHALA — An important piece of property in North Hawaii is now protected in perpetuity, thanks to years of hard work by Kohala residents, a team of community volunteers, local nonprofit organizations and relevant federal, state and county agencies.

  7. | Posted: Sep 23 2016 - 12:04am

    KOHALA COAST — Opening his own comedic magic club on the Big Island wasn’t something in Kozy’s bag of tricks five years ago. But with a little magic and a little faith, he watched it all happen right in front of his face, much to his own surprise.

  8. | Posted: Sep 23 2016 - 12:03am

    WAIMEA — Wrapping up its first year this month, 100 Women in North Hawaii, a charitable group based in Waimea that supports local nonprofit projects and activities, has grown from six to more than 22 members in its first 12 months in existence.

  9. | Posted: Sep 20 2016 - 12:05am

    WAIMEA — It’s hard to say what’s most impressive: Sharon Peterson’s career as a volleyball player or her career as a volleyball coach.

  10. | Posted: Sep 20 2016 - 12:04am

    WAIMEA — The holidays may still seem in the distant future but Becky Parkinson, president of the Mauna Kea Quilters in Waimea, has already made 94 quilted stockings to donate to foster children this year, along with dozens of quilts and pillowcases made by her fellow quilters.

  11. | Posted: Sep 20 2016 - 12:03am

    The 32nd Annual Helen Cassidy Memorial Juried Art Show is coming to Firehouse Gallery in Waimea Oct. 5-29. Entrees are now being accepted and the event is open to current and new members of the Waimea Arts Council.

  12. | Posted: Sep 16 2016 - 12:05am

    HONOLULU — Planet at the crossroads was the theme for the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) conference that began in Honolulu Sept. 1 and concluded on Monday. Held every four years, it was the first time the conference had been held in the United States.

  13. | Posted: Sep 16 2016 - 12:04am

    WAIMEA — While Historic Spencer House may be recognizable from the outside, it has a whole new look and feel on the inside. Once vacant, an inviting foyer now spills into retail spaces and a parlor filled with memorable cultural exhibits.

  14. | Posted: Sep 16 2016 - 12:03am

    HONOKAA — Wednesday is international Peace Day, celebrated with concerts, cultural gatherings, religious services, dance and art happenings worldwide.

  15. | Posted: Sep 13 2016 - 12:06am

    WAIMEA — Although Cecilia Johansen, the author of the recently published book, “The Canoe Maker’s Son,” didn’t come to live in Hawaii until 2004, her successive marriages to two Hawaiian cousins from Kapaahu gave her a love for Hawaiian culture and captured her imagination.