|Happy New Year from Midway. Volcano artist and author Caren Loebel-Fried is on Kuaihelani, Midway Atol, and sends middle photo of a moli, Laysan Albatross couple. The left photo of makalena, a short-tailed albatross, is by U.S. Fish & Wildlife volunteer Bob Toleno. The right photo by Jan Beck of manu-oku, the white tern, shows a chick waiting for food via sea delivery by parents. |
|Daryn Galigo grew up in Kaʻū and is back|
as new manager of 'Ohana Foods in Nā'alehu
|Alyssa Navaro, of Pāhala, introduces 'Ohana Foods Rewards.|
"There will be a large deli. The kitchen will be doubled in size, everything from bento breakfasts, to sandwiches, to burgers, salads and other healthful foods." Okuyama operates 'Ohana Foods in Hilo and recommends looking at its facebook for a peak at the kind of menu that will be coming to Nā'alehu at https://www.facebook.com/OhanaFoodsHilo/
A second phase of the new 'Ohana Foods program will be expanding the building, said 'Okuyama.
"From fighting to ensure greater access to healthcare and mental health services for our rural communities, advocating for increased funding for quality public education, and supporting laws to fight corruption and increase transparency in government, I am very excited about the work ahead."
Tokuda told The Hill that she wants to “turn the firehose on and just tackle everything,” but initial priorities are affordable housing, access to the “care economy” and campaign finance reform.
|Gov. Josh Green and wife Jaime. Photo from Josh Green|
A HAPPY NEW YEAR POSTED BY GOV. JOSH GREEN says, "Jaime and I would like to wish you and your ‘ohana a Hau'oli Makahiki Hou (Happy New Year), We are one ‘ohana, and this year we will come together to create a better Hawai‘i for our keiki. We look forward to the work ahead and new beginnings. Let’s do this!"