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Carol Chang
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December 21, 2011 - MidWeek The Central Waha Nui
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Haleiwa teenager Samantha IhaPreece is one of four winners in the New Faces of Paul Brown model search, presented by Honolulu Pulse. A senior at Myron Thompson Academy, Samantha will participate in promotions and public appearances as part of the salons’ 40th anniversary celebration. As Hawaii’s Miss Teen Hawaii, Samantha also turned heads at the national pageant last summer, winning the Miss Congeniality and Oprah Winfrey awards ...

Mililani author Eric Chock of Bamboo Ridge Press had his piece, Allowance, read in a recent taping for HPR’s Aloha Shorts. The show airs at 6:30 p.m. every Tuesday on KIPO 89.3 ... Members of the Miami Marlins’ National League team were at Schofield Barracks for a baseball clinic Dec. 11 that featured budding slugger Mike Stanton as well as mascot Billy the Marlin ...


Mililani’s Anthony Bethel has woven a tale of villainy, hatred and jealousy in the self-published novel Memories of the Lake a tangled, small-town story involving Tori and Jessica and Chris and don’t forget Will the sheriff. Anthony says this story picks up on his earlier saga of Heart in the Window from five years ago. When he’s not writing, Anthony plays golf and spends time with the kids. To find out more, look him up at xlibris.com, amazon.com or bn.com. Guess what? He has a master’s degree in IT management ...

Anthony Bethel

Wahiawa’s new transit center already has a complaint (in the Honolulu StarAdvertiser‘s Kokua Line) from a customer with a fullsized car: “too narrow, too steep” ...

Think of your child’s eyes when buying Christmas toys. Wahiawa opthalmologist Christopher Tortora says to avoid those with sharp edges or that shoot objects. Hear more sensible tips like this on his Hawaiian Eye show at 8:30 a.m. Saturdays on 830AM ... New at Laie’s biggest attraction: Polynesian Cultural Center has introduced daily, do-it-yourself outrigger canoe rides through the lagoon ...


Haleiwa’s Dec. 9 parade had a great theme: “Waialua Complex Schools Succeed,” featuring Waialua Elementary principal Scott Moore as grand marshal

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