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Now is a good time for Molokai residents to say goodbye to scrap metal and junk cars that may have been decorating their yards for years. Unlike other islands, they can only recycle metals during special collections events, like the one going on right now. Catherine Cluett reports from The Molokai Dispatch.
The use of fresh water has long been a contentious issue in various parts of the islands. On Molokai, one of the largest landowners in the state is attempting to legalize its controversial method of transporting drinking water. Catherine Cluett reports from the Molokai Dispatch.
The U.S. Marine Corps says it won’t increase training activity in the Kalaupapa settlement. That’s a change from its original plan, which is part of a broader proposal for an increased statewide presence. Catherine Cluett reports from The Molokai Dispatch.
There’s a lot of pressure on schools around the state to meet Adequate Yearly Progress standards, implemented by the national No Child Left Behind Act. This year, Molokai Middle School beat the pressure and joined three other Molokai schools in meeting AYP. Catherine Cluett reports from The Molokai Dispatch.
A Catholic priest who spent 25 years in India working with Mother Teresa is now the new pastor of the Molokai parish. Catherine Cluett reports from The Molokai Dispatch.