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The State of Hawaii became the 50th state of the United States of America on August 21, 1959. The island state is situated in the North Pacific Ocean, 2,300 miles (3,700 km) from the mainland, at 21°18_41_N, 157°47_47_W. In the 19th century, Hawaii was also known as the Sandwich Islands. The Hawaiian Archipelago comprises eight islands and atolls extending across a distance of 1,500 miles (2,400 km). Of these, eight high islands are considered the “main islands” and are located at the southeastern end of the archipelago. These islands are, in order from the northwest to southeast, Ni_ihau, Kaua_i, O_ahu, Moloka_i, L_na_i, Kaho_olawe, Maui, and Hawaii. The latter is by far the largest, and is very often called the “Big Island” or “Big Isle” to avoid confusion with the state name.

 

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Hawaii News and Information from the Honolulu Advertiser

Honolulu Star-Bulletin owner David Black is paying about $125 million to acquire The Honolulu Advertiser. The sale price ? which a person familiar with the deal confirmed for the first time ? is rou...

 

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Today's final edition of The Honolulu Advertiser ends a 154-year run that helped document and define the course of Island life from the days of the Hawaiian kingdom to the arrival of jets and the digi...

 

RAEFORD, N.C. ? Joann Yost still feels the stares of the other military wives five years after her husband was killed in Iraq: It happens at ceremonies honoring fallen soldiers or when she's grocery s...

 

The federal government plans to spend several million dollars restoring a historic seaplane hangar that played a key role in the Battle of Midway during World War II. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Servic...

 

HONOLULU ? Gov. Linda Lingle, who has a civil unions bill on her desk, has been reading about Gov. John A. Burns ? a devout Catholic who in 1970 let a bill allowing abortion become law ? as she decide...

 

The Honolulu Advertiser didn't just chronicle life in the Islands, it worked to make life better ? in ways big and small ? with fundraisers and sponsorships, blood drives and volunteer campaigns.

 

A decade with The Honolulu Advertiser as a copy editor and wire editor came to an end last night, but it was not my saddest day in the newsroom. Not even close. Nine years ago, The Advertiser launched...

 

Food, memories and good wishes continued to pour into The Advertiser newsroom yesterday as the staff prepared to put the state's largest newspaper "to bed" for the final time. Reporters, edi...

 

Word of Life Academy's final graduation ceremony yesterday was a bittersweet affair for 22 seniors heading off to the next phase of their lives and more than 300 underclassmen who will spend their rem...

 
 

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