The June 27 lava flow remains weak while inflation, a sign of intruding magma, gradually builds at Kilauea.
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Pahoa High School plays their first home football game in 13 years and celebrates their homecoming court with a parade around the field on Saturday, September 27, 2014.
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The leading edge of the June 27 lava flow from Kilauea Volcano has started to advance again after stalling for several days, according to Hawaii County Civil Defense.