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Class of 2020 celebrates graduation

LIHU‘E — The Class of 2020 celebrated commencement convoy-style on Friday with more than 600 seniors turning the tassel in graduation ceremonies that looked much…

A worthy send off

KILAUEA — As Kauai Class of 2020 high school graduates celebrated commencement around the island on Friday, families at Kilauea School, which educates children through…

GIFCU awards scholarships

LIHU‘E — Myrvie Buster, described as the “new voice of Garden Island Federal Credit Union,” was thrilled with the announcement of scholarship awardees Thursday morning,…

Every little bit helps with relief

NAWILIWILI — A flood of relief flowed through the yard Wednesday morning ahead of the opening of emergency food pickup at the Kaua‘i Independent Food…

Arrest log for Friday, May 22, 2020

April 5 • Abuse family or household member: 2:13 p.m., Jason Drew Merria, 53, male, Kapa‘a. • Misdemeanors – violation of governor and mayor rules,…

Road repairs continue as usual

LIHU‘E — The state Department of Transportation is poised to identify shovel-ready projects on Kaua‘i and other islands should more federal funding be directed toward…

Feeding families

PO‘IPU — Aloha overflowed out of the front entrance of the Grand Hyatt Kaua‘i Regency & Spa Thursday afternoon when the resort’s General Manager Dan…

Arrest logs for Thursday, May 21, 2020

April 4 • Abuse family or household member: 7:23 a.m., Mark Gregory Satz, 57, male, Princeville. • Abuse family or household member: 12:53 p.m., George…

WAFF honors 13 Menehune

WAIMEA — The annual Waimea High School Alumni and Friends lu‘au, and its annual golf tournament have been cancelled for 2020 because of health and…

Stay Home Kaua‘i delivers the goods

As the world tried to understand the coronavirus pandemic, health authorities advised citizens to stay home, especially the kupuna community who were most vulnerable. It…