Song leaders Lyric Love (left, first photo) and Kellen Caluag lead King Kekaulike High School’s Class of 2019 in singing the National Anthem during Thursday evening’s commencement ceremonies in the school’s stadium. The school’s 21st graduating class featured 183 students.
Second photo: Chevy Augustiro dances to “Pomp and Circumstance” while entering the stadium Thursday.
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Retired Honolulu police chief Louis Kealoha and his wife, former deputy city prosecutor Katherine Kealoha, hold hands while walking to U.S. district court in Honolulu in March. A trial for what has been described as the biggest corruption case in state history began Wednesday. AP file photo
Two-time Masters champion Ben Crenshaw listens as design partner Bill Coore answers a question Wednesday at the Kapalua Plantation Course’s clubhouse.
Coore fine-tunes the fourth green.
Ben Crenshaw (right) and Bill Coore inspect the grade of the Kapalua Plantation Course’s fourth green Wednesday.
Sentry Tournament of Champions general manager Alex Urban (left) points out changes to the Kapalua Plantation Course’s 10th tee while giving PGA Tour officials a tour of the course’s extensive renovations Wednesday. The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photos
Mark Rolfing describes the early days of the Plantation Course’s development.
The exterior of Maui Community Correctional Center site where the proposed $7.5 million Medium Security Housing Unit would be constructed is shown.
The view from an officer’s station shows a two-story facility interior illuminated by skylights, part of the state’s proposed $7.5 million Medium Security Housing Unit addition to the Maui Community Correctional Center. Construction would start next year, with completion by 2021. DLR Group illustrations
An illustration shows the view of the outdoor recreational room in the new $7.5 million Medium Security Housing Unit addition proposed for Maui Community Correctional Center, which would provide 80 beds to the overcrowded jail without increasing population, according to a draft environmental assessment released by the state Thursday.
With the help of University of Hawai‘i Foundation donors, UH-Maui College continues to cook up new educational opportunities, including the addition of the Maui Food Innovation Center, which provides technological expertise, innovative training, consultation, a manufacturing facility, and a resource hub for nascent and established food entrepreneurs. Photo courtesy Chris Speere
Dr. Jocelyn Romero Demirbag helps make students’ college dreams come true as the University of Hawai‘i Foundation’s director of development for UH-Maui College.