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I just left a voicemail message on your cell phone. My editors are looking for stories to use over the holiday weekend, and I thought I could do a quick update today on the planned revisions to the revocable permit program. I would focus on the recommendations made by the governor’s task force. Could you ...
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KĒŌKEA, MAUI – A new tradition is cropping up in Kēōkea, Mauiʻs only agriculture Hawaiian homestead. “To me, this is a big celebration and a long time coming. A long time coming,” said Guy Kiaha Jr., President of the Keokea Homestead Farm Lots Association. More than five dozen local vendors including farmers from Kahikinui, Kēōkea, ...
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Aloha Homesteaders, Argosy University of Hawai’i has available three $10,000 scholarships for award to Hawaiian Home Lands homesteaders or their dependents. Two of the scholarships are valid towards any of the Argosy degree programs (bachelor, master, or doctoral), while one is directly specifically towards its MA Marriage and Family Therapy program in Honolulu, Wailuku, or ...
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The final DHHL Water Policy Plan 2014 as approved by the Hawaiian Homes Commission: Hawaiian Homes Commission Water Policy Plan Submittal – July 21, 2014 Hawaiian Homes Commission Water Policy Plan Final – July 22, 2014

Four-Year Scholarships: Native Hawaiian Available for 2014-2015 Enrollment Chaminade is a Native Hawaiian Serving Institution. As a Native Hawaiian serving institution, we are proud to offer scholarships to students of Native Hawaiian ancestry. Residents of Hawaiian Home Lands and students attending Hawaiian language immersion schools may be eligible for the scholarships listed below. Hawaiian Home ...
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