Think About It Editorials September 2015 - KFVE, K5-Hawaii News, Weather and Sports

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  • September 28, 2015

    Think About It: Resolutions in Short Supply

    Think About It: Resolutions in Short Supply

    Resolution. It's a concept seen far too infrequently here when it comes to definitive, official edicts and major decisions. And this time I'm not talking about the Ko`olau Stairway to Heaven, overheatedMore >>
    Resolution. It's a concept seen far too infrequently here when it comes to definitive, official edicts and major decisions.More >>
  • September 24, 2015

    Think About It: Blue Sky Thinking

    Think About It: Blue Sky Thinking

    I was driving over the Koolau mountain range one glorious morning recently after yet another deluge had literally cleared the air of debris and vog. The sky was a gorgeous blue, and the mountains lookedMore >>
    I was driving over the Koolau mountain range one glorious morning recently after yet another deluge had literally cleared the air of debris and vog.More >>
  • September 21,2015

    Think About It: A Sporting Stance

    Think About It: A Sporting Stance

    How hard is it to simply do the right thing? I don't mean when there is some subjectivity about what's right, but when you know for sure. People in Hawaii have big hearts- we usually take care of one another.More >>
    How hard is it to simply do the right thing?More >>
  • September 14, 2015

    Think About It: The Heat Is On

    Think About It: The Heat Is On

    The heat won't let up, so why should the heat on officials let up. Some action is taking place in getting short-term solutions for our sauna-like schools, on various fronts. I have heard from parents andMore >>
    The heat won't let up, so why should the heat on officials let up.More >>
  • September 17, 2015

    Think About It: Pali-Morphic

    Think About It: Pali-Morphic

    Windward side residents on Oahu have watched for years as counterparts in Hawaii Kai and leeward Oahu have dealt with inordinate road construction projects, repairs, upgrades, sewer line installs, railMore >>
    Windward side residents on Oahu have watched for years as counterparts in Hawaii Kai and leeward Oahu have dealt with inordinate road construction projects, repairs, upgrades, sewer line installs, rail pylon poundings, et al.More >>
  • September 10, 2015

    Think About It: Ant On & On

    Think About It: Ant On & On

    I don't know about you, but I'll be partying this weekend to help celebrate the fact that September is- you guessed it- Stop the Ant Month here in Hawaii. The proclamation was made by Governor Ige to helpMore >>
    I don't know about you, but I'll be partying this weekend to help celebrate the fact that September is- you guessed it- Stop the Ant Month here in Hawaii.More >>
  • September 7, 2015

    Think About It: Time Passages

    Think About It: Time Passages

    The American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended a start time of 8:30am for middle schools and high schools. Research has shown that youngster's brains work better a bit later in the AM each day. ItMore >>
    The American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended a start time of 8:30am for middle schools and high schools.More >>
  • September 3, 2015

    Think About It: Rarefied (er, lack of)

    Think About It: Rarefied (er, lack of)

    Just like the humid days keep hammering us, so do the anecdotal stories about what's really going on in our public school classrooms as the heat simply won't dissipate, and won't be dealt with soon enough.More >>
    Just like the humid days keep hammering us, so do the anecdotal stories about what's really going on in our public school classrooms as the heat simply won't dissipate, and won't be dealt with soon enough.More >>
  • August 31, 2015

    Think About It: Owning Up

    Think About It: Owning Up

    As our top tourist destination became known briefly as Wai-shishi, an advisory came out that said if the water is brown, please stay out. Good advice. But I must give officials some credit for at leastMore >>
    As our top tourist destination became known briefly as Wai-shishi, an advisory came out that said if the water is brown, please stay out.More >>
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