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LHES students victorious in Olelo video competition

Olelo hosts the Annual Youth Xchange Student Video Competition which encourages youth to identify and bring critical community issues to the forefront using video. This year, for the first time, a middle school team from Lanai High & Elementary School entered the statewide competition and took home the top prize in their category. The team’s […]

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A new community bulletin board on Lanai

If you want to know what’s happening on Lanai, check out the bulletin boards around town. The boards, found at many local businesses in Lanai City, showcase a variety of flyers about community events, jobs, items for sale, and much more. There’s now a new place to share these classified-type notices on the island, the […]

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Lanai students win big at the Junior Theater Festival

Lanai’s young artists shined brightly in California last month at the 2019 Junior Theater Festival West. The Lanai Academy of Performing Arts (LAPA) won national awards and earned top recognition for excellence in acting during the Feb. 8-10 event in Sacramento. The performing arts group was the first from Hawaii to ever attend a Junior […]

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New car rental option on Lanai

It is always an exciting time when family and friends visit Lanai. Whether your guests grew up on the island or are making their first trip, they offer an opportunity to explore your favorite sites. However, if you don’t have an extra car or truck to lend out, transportation can sometimes pose a problem and […]

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Breathe Better at Aholoa Lanai Health Fair

The upcoming Lanai Community Health Fair on Feb. 22 and 23 is helping Hawaii residents breathe easy. Community members are welcome to attend the Aholoa Lanai event at ILWU Union Hall next weekend to learn more about asthma and respiratory health. Hosted by the Lanai community in partnership with University of Hawaii Office of Student […]

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Lanai Teachers Learn to Code

Coding was once a specialized skill reserved for computer programmers, but today, it’s being introduced to students at an early age. Through coding, keiki as young as elementary school learn valuable skills that enable them to thrive in a technology-driven workforce, and makes them more creative problem solvers, too. Before students can learn to code, […]

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Kahiau Project Makes Holidays Merry and Bright on Lanai

Many Lanai residents took the holiday spirit to heart this past year by giving back to families in need through the Kahiau Project. Kahiau means to give generously and lavishly without the expectation of anything in return. For the 14th year, the Maui Police Department – Lanai has organized the Kahiau Project to ensure all […]

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Saving Lanai’s Lost Seabirds

If you see a seabird in Lanai City or by the Four Seasons, chances are it’s in trouble and needs a little help. Hawaiian petrels and wedge-tailed shearwaters are native seabirds that raise their young in colonies on Lanai. When the baby birds are strong enough to leave the island for the first time, they […]

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