Hawaii Year One A pa‘u horse representing the Big Island wears actual shoes to march in Honolulu’s King Kamehameha Day parade on June 13, 2015. IVY ASHE/Tribune-Herald Ali’i Sir Kaliko Kanale, second from right, and members of the Royal Order of Kamehameha join with members of the community and Hilo Public Library staffers in prayer around the Naha Stone on April 9, 2016, as part of the library’s 65th anniversary celebration and 100th anniversary celebration of the stone being moved to the grounds. IVY ASHE/Tribune-Herald Hawaii Department of Transportation construction engineer Robert Lee goes over the final phases of roundabout construction with Puna residents during a community meeting at the Pahoa Community Center on April 7, 2016. IVY ASHE/Tribune-Herald Candles lit in memory of those lost to homicide at the annual Surviving to Thriving: Advocacy, Resources and Support (STARS) group remembrance luncheon, held September 27, 2015, at the Aupuni Center. The lava lake of Kilauea’s Halema‘uma‘u Crater is visible from the Jaggar Overlook of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. April 29, 2015. IVY ASHE/Tribune-Herald Kai Opua celebrates a win in the women’s 60-and-over race at the 2015 Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association state championships, held August 1, 2016 in Hilo. IVY ASHE/Tribune Herald Rear Admiral Yasuki Nakahata (center), commander of the Japan Training Squadron, helps smash a barrel of sake during a ceremony at a reception held on board the JS Kashima at Pier One in the port of Hilo on October 8, 2015. The Hilo stop was the final one on a months-long tour for 710 Japanese naval officers and crew. The training cruise is intended to develop the seamanship of the officers as well as help strengthen relations between Japan and the countries visited. Merrie Monarch Festival mo‘i waine Faylynn Karratti and mo‘i kane Keahi Warfield represent Queen Kapiolani and King Kalakaua during the Royal Court entrance at the Miss Aloha Hula contest on March 31, 2016. IVY ASHE/Tribune-Herald Three-week-old Cornish Rock chickens in their outdoor pen at Punachicks farm in Keaau on January 9, 2016. There are no slaughter facilities for poultry on the Big Island; Punachicks was the first farm to receive a United States Department of Agriculture exemption to process commercial poultry on their farm. IVY ASHE/Tribune-Herald Waiakea High School senior Shaelynn Vallente holds her pose during the Warriors’ first-place routine at the Big Island Interscholastic Federation cheerleading championships, held November 4, 2015, at Waiakea High School. The team will move on to next week’s state championships in Honolulu. IVY ASHE/Tribune-Herald Waimea Cherry Blossom Heritage Festival attendees look at cherry trees made of tissue paper at Margarette Kanelialii and Jeri Hall’s booth on February 6, 2016. Signs on the Kalalau Trail of Kauai’s Na Pali Coast warn visitors about crossing Hanakapai Stream during the rainy season. September 19, 2015. IVY ASHE/Tribune-Herald Jade Steele competes in the women’s division at the Quiksilver-Big Island Toyota Pro-Am Surfing Trials at Honolii on July 18, 2015. Steele won the division and earned a berth in an Oahu tournament. IVY ASHE/Tribune-Herald Kayla Gomes, 7, with Boxer the rabbit, and Ravyn Wilcox, 8, with Cream the hen, practice taking their animals through judging at the annual 4-H Livestock Show and Sale, held June 19, 2015, at the Mealani Research Station in Waimea. IVY ASHE/Tribune-Herald To‘a Here, a Hilo-based Tahitian dance halau, marches down Waianuenue Avenue during the Merrie Monarch Royal Parade on April 2, 2016. Downtown Hilo. April 25, 2015. IVY ASHE/Tribune-Herald Lehani Coloma, right, and Tylee Calicdan in the Tropical Island Beauty Pageants float at the Keaau Christmas Lights Parade, held December 11, 2015. Guests in the infinity pool of the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel in Honolulu. June 14, 2015. IVY ASHE/Tribune-Herald Junior Rangers Ira Mullins, 10, and Ku’ulei Makuakane-Jarrell, 8, study an ohia tree in the Kiluaea Iki crater at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on June 28, 2016. Kayli Ka‘iulani Carr is cheered on by her halau sisters of Halau Hi‘iakainamakalehua, after she won the title of Miss Aloha Hula during the Merrie Monarch Festival on March 31, 2016. Tourists photograph Waipio Valley on January 10, 2016, three days before the overlook was closed for mosquito spraying after confirmed cases of dengue fever in the valley were reported. South Point cliffs and the Pakini Nui wind farm. January 11, 2015. IVY ASHE/Tribune-Herald Hui Mana O Puuwai (Kauai) girls on the shoreline before races begin at the 2015 Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association state championships, held August 1, 2015 in Hilo. The lights of Kailua-Kona, as seen from Keauhou. February 22, 2016.