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Hands-on science

HANALEI — Picking up beach trash and studying turbidity, students on Kauai are diving into science through hands-on projects that are helping them make both…

Operation Holiday Cheer

LIHUE — Sixteen people decided to give back to the community in a different way on Christmas Day, and instead of just cutting a check…

Holiday beach cleanup

KAPAA — Surfrider Kauai Chapter’s Net Patrol will be hosting a Holiday Coastal Cleanup at Aliomanu Estates Beach Wednesday, Dec. 26. Those interested in celebrating…

Hanalei Zonta plays Santa

For the fourth year in a row, the Zonta Club of Hanalei and Santa’s elves are making the holidays brighter for some special families on…

Docks done, harbor open

PORT ALLEN — The new slips at Port Allen Small Boat Harbor opened Friday. And anxious fisherman and boaters are celebrating new floating docks that…

More Rapid Ohia Death found

LIHUE — Scientists have discovered the more aggressive form of Rapid Ohia Death in three trees behind Kalalea Mountain on Kauai and they’re moving fast…

Jacket, $$ for bills will help

Tobias is homeless and stays at a local shelter. He suffers from an inoperable brain tumor which causes him to have seizures every day. Despite…

County to pay $1M settlement

LIHUE — The County of Kauai has agreed to pay $1 million to resolve a civil lawsuit filed by the family of a 19-year-old Hanapepe…

Helping for the holidays

ELEELE — Andrea Salyer, the team leader for the Portland Community College student group, was coming off lunch in the warm Eleele sunshine, Wednesday morning.…

Steady electricity rates

LIHUE — A national service offering tips and strategies for relocation has announced its analysis of United States utilities costs, naming Hawaii as the highest…