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Registration, licensing closed

LIHU‘E — Public access to the Motor Vehicle Registration Section and Drivers’ License Division will be closed through April 30, according to a Wednesday County…

Kaua‘i COVID-19 Q&A

Editor’s Note: Questions about stay-at-home orders can be submitted to tinyurl.com/TFIQ-A and The Garden Island staff will do our best to find you an answer.…

Letters for Thursday, April 2, 2020

Repair schools while kids are at home Now that schools are out It’s a good time to think about doing the maintenance and infrastructure on…

Farmers need pig feed

LIHU‘E– Kaua‘i pig farms aren’t getting their usual food scraps from local schools, restaurants and hotels since they’re closed due to COVID-19, and farmers are…

Volunteer effort to help elderly, disabled

HONOLULU — Hawai‘i’s kupuna, or elderly population need help now — more than ever — as the COVID-19 pandemic takes over people’s lives. “We believe…

Visitor arrested for violating quarantine

LIHU‘E – The Kaua‘i Police Department arrested 62-year-old Dwight Anthony Tucker of Tampa, Florida, on Tuesday for violating the state’s mandatory 14-day quarantine order. He…

Officials hold virtual town hall Thursday

LIHU‘E — State officials are holding a virtual town hall meeting for Hawai‘i residents on the Zoom platform on Thursday, April 2, from 11 a.m.…

Letters for Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Person limit should be reflected in building size I fully understand the need for social distancing and appreciate the risks that grocery stores and their…

Spring break over

KAPA‘A — Monday was the first day back from spring break for St. Catherine School second grader Kaylee Fujii, and in celebration, she took a…