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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…

‘One taco at a time’

LIHU‘E — COVID-19 has affected many businesses on Kaua‘i, and owners are finding creative ways to stay open and serve the community. General Manager Tricia…

Arrest log for Monday, March 30, 2020

January 23 • Violate terms or conditions of release on bail: 12:01 a.m., Young, Austin Keoni, 27, male, Lihu‘e. • Assault 3: 12:29 a.m., Skilling,…

Virtual screenings

LIHU‘E — Kaua‘i nurse practitioner Marghee Maupin is offering COVID-19 screenings to patients with or without insurance, and is conducting virutal exams via online video…

Swamped again

KAPA‘A — Heavy rain flooded many areas on east and north sides of Kaua‘i Friday night and Saturday morning, triggering a debris pile-up along the…

Curtain closing on Kukui Grove Cinema

LIHU‘E — The owner of Kauai’s only full-time movie theater, Kukui Grove Cinema 4, said Saturday the facility will close permanently Tuesday, apparently the victim…

Charity walk postponed

LIHU‘E — The annual Kaua‘i Visitor Industry Charity Walk, celebrating its 42nd year and originally scheduled for May 9, has been postponed until Nov. 21…

Ige extends 2018 flood relief

HONOLULU — Gov. David Ige issued a 13th supplementary proclamation that extends the emergency relief period for the 2018 Kaua‘i floods. The proclamation serves to…

Library closures extended

HONOLULU — The Hawai‘i State Public Library System has been working on measures to support the health of local communities. In compliance with Gov. David…

Emergency food goes out

NAWILIWILI — Kelvin Moniz, executive director of the Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank, was on the road delivering Friday morning. “We received phone calls for help…