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Polihale closed indefinitely

POLIHALE — Polihale State Park has been closed to the public indefinitely, with the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources stating the reason is…

Letter for Thursday, July 30, 2020

I hope people can still feel welcome on Kaua‘i I was sad to hear Nolan Ahn’s call for charging much higher rates for us to…

Kaua‘i Ocean Discovery offers learning kits

LIHU‘E — The Kaua‘i Ocean Discovery center is still closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but free Grab-&-Go Ocean Learning kits will be distributed to…

Keep Kaua‘i kipuka safe

A kipuka is described as a place surrounded by lava, protected and able to flourish. They are often small oases of vegetation and life surrounded…

Getting the vote out

LIHU‘E — Entrance to the 2020 Primary Election Voter Service Center is through the rollup door on the Hardy Street side of the Pi‘ikoi Building.…

Charles “Chuck” Edward Malley passes away

RENO, Nevada — Due to the COVID-19 gathering restrictions, there will be no funeral service for Charles “Chuck” Edward Malley who passed away, July 18…

First Strings go out

KAPA‘A — “You were supposed to stop her,” said Kirk Smart of Hanalei Strings. “Not encourage her.” “This is what happens when you have a…

Finding meaning for Hawai‘i

It has been almost two months since I wrote an op-ed piece titled “Grief for a World Killed by covid” (I still refuse to honor…

Kulia scholarship helps recently unemployed

HONOLULU — August 10 is the deadline for registering for the Kulia Scholarship to enable students to reap the benefits for the 2020 Fall Semester.…

Learning to farm amid pandemic

MOLOA‘A — Three days into a three-week agricultural internship program with Moloa‘a-based Retro Farms, four Kapa‘a High School honor society seniors are building teamwork skills…