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Art Cafe Hemingway facing eviction

KAPA‘A — A once-bustling cafe and its owners are now on the brink of eviction facing a back rent of over $25,000 and less than…

Walmart issues ‘Open Call’ to suppliers

LIHU‘E — Entrepreneurs of locally-produced goods who want to see their items on Walmart shelves have an opportunity during Walmart’s Seventh annual Open Call for…

KVB offers insights to reopening efforts

LIHU‘E — Part of Gov. David Ige’s announcement to reopen August 1 included a point that travelers may bypass the state-mandated 14-day quarantine by showing…

Damn the tax clearances, full speed ahead

Several articles in this space have been about features in Governor Ige’s emergency proclamations. We are now on the tenth one and counting, which makes…

CAK hands out scholarships

PUHI — The Contractors Association of Kaua‘i announced seven scholarship recipients, and turned over the collection of food and funds collected during a Tuesday afternoon…

Ono Pops delivered to Kaua‘i Hospice staff

LIHU‘E — There were enough Ono Pops for the entire gathering of the Kaua‘i Hospice staff, Wednesday morning during the staff meeting that was punctuated…

Pitfalls of the subcontractor deduction

This week we’ll look at another general-excise tax exemption that the State Auditor has put under the microscope in Report No. 20-05. It affects the…

Food trucks reopen or launch with aloha

KAPA‘A — Food truck owners on Kaua‘i are starting to reopen alongside other businesses, and like other business owners on the island, some spent much…