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Obituaries for June 17

Hawaii Tribune-Herald 17 Jun 2021
... of Honolulu, Ilima (Scott) Fujimoto of Honokaa, Reba Regidor of Ka‘u and Stella Regidor of Honolulu; eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; cousins, nieces and nephews ... Born in Honolulu, he was a retired marketing sales manager for a cable television company.
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Obituaries: June 15, 2021

West Hawaii Today 15 Jun 2021
Don Symphoroso Batalona, 77, of Hilo, died June 9, 2021, at his residence, born on July 16, 1943, in Honolulu, he was a retired senior project supervisor for Hawaiian Dredging Construction Co ... 29, 1947, in Honolulu, he was a retired marketing sales manager in public relations for a cable television company.
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Island crew has first brush with pandemic

Detroit news 26 Nov 2020
There, more than 1,400 miles from Honolulu, they lived in isolation for eight months while working to restore the island’s environment ... By the time she left Honolulu for Kure, the virus was starting to “creep a little closer” to the islands ... Midway has limited internet access and basic cable television.
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Research crew on remote Kure Atoll returns to see pandemic for 1st time

West Hawaii Today 22 Nov 2020
HONOLULU — Just as the coronavirus pandemic began to take hold, in February, four people set sail for one of the most remote places on Earth — a small camp on Kure Atoll, at the edge of the uninhabited Northwestern Hawaiian Islands ... Midway has limited internet access and basic cable television.
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Hawaii releases plan to strengthen broadband infrastructure

The Lufkin News 20 Nov 2020
HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii has released a plan on how it will try to strengthen broadband infrastructure across the state ... The plan calls on the state to build carrier-neutral cable landing infrastructure on Oahu and neighboring islands to lower the cost barrier for fiberoptic cables, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported.
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Isolated for months, island crew sees pandemic for 1st tim

Longview News-Journal 20 Nov 2020
HONOLULU (AP) — Just as the coronavirus pandemic began to take hold, in February, four people set sail for one of the most remote places on Earth — a small camp on Kure Atoll, at the edge of the uninhabited Northwestern Hawaiian Islands ... By the time she left Honolulu for Kure, the virus was starting to “creep a little closer” to the islands.
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Isolated for months, island crew sees pandemic for 1st time

The Concord Township News-Herald 20 Nov 2020
HONOLULU— Just as the coronavirus pandemic began to take hold, in February, four people set sail for one of the most remote places on Earth — a small camp on Kure Atoll, at the edge of the uninhabited Northwestern Hawaiian Islands ... By the time she left Honolulu for Kure, the virus was starting to “creep a little closer” to the islands.
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Isolated for Months, Island Crew Sees Pandemic for First Time

Beijing News 19 Nov 2020
HONOLULU - Just as the coronavirus pandemic began to take hold, in February, four people set sail for one of the most remote places on Earth - a small camp on Kure Atoll, at the edge of the uninhabited Northwestern Hawaiian Islands ... Midway has limited internet access and basic cable television.
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Returning island crew sees pandemic for first time

Lockport Union-Sun 19 Nov 2020
HONOLULU — Just as the coronavirus pandemic began to take hold, in February, four people set sail for one of the most remote places on Earth — a small camp on Kure Atoll, at the edge of the uninhabited Northwestern Hawaiian Islands ... By the time she left Honolulu for Kure, the virus was starting to "creep a little closer" to the islands.
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Isolated for months, an island crew sees the pandemic for the first time

Stars and Stripes 19 Nov 2020
HONOLULU — Just as the coronavirus pandemic began to take hold, in February, four people set sail for one of the most remote places on Earth — a small camp on Kure Atoll, at the edge of the uninhabited Northwestern Hawaiian Islands ... By the time she left Honolulu for Kure, the virus was starting to “creep a little closer” to the islands.
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After months in one of Earth’s most remote places, an island crew sees pandemic for ...

The Los Angeles Times 19 Nov 2020
HONOLULU —  ... There, more than 1,400 miles from Honolulu, they lived in isolation for eight months while working to restore the island’s environment ... By the time she left Honolulu for Kure, the virus was starting to “creep a little closer” to the islands ... Midway has limited internet access and basic cable television.
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You can watch UNM-Hawaii — if you have skills

Albuquerque Journal 06 Nov 2020
The game will air on Spectrum, which provides cable service in Honolulu ... Both have had their requisite COVID tests and drove to Las Vegas, Nevada on Thursday to join the team on its Friday flight to Honolulu. .
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BIBLE VERSE

Evening Times 03 Jul 2020
On This Day in.. 1608 – The city of Quebec was founded by Samuel de Champlain. 1775U.S. Gen. George Washington took command of the Continental Army at Cambridge, MA ... merchants and protected the rights of American citizens in China ... 1903 – The first cable across the Pacific Ocean was spliced between Honolulu, Midway, Guam and Manila ... .
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The Midway of our movie screens ignores its place within America’s oceanic empire

New Statesman 08 Nov 2019
It is not a subtle film ... And it laid a trans-Pacific telegraph cable to connect San Francisco with Manila via Honolulu. Midway made for an excellent cable landing station ... "Uncle Sam" saw this island, A 'floating' so they say, And he hitched a cable to it, So it couldn't get a away, Then he looked the place all over, And he sent a cablegram.
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Hologram of University of Hawaii lecture simulcast in Samoa

This is Money 26 Aug 2019
HONOLULU (AP) - A lecture at the University of Hawaii has been simultaneously broadcast in a classroom in American Samoa using a hologram ... Honolulu Star-Advertiser, http.//www.staradvertiser.com.
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