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Isle at 7 COVID-19 cases

LIHU‘E — The Office of the Mayor announced two new positive COVID-19 test results on Kaua‘i late Friday afternoon, which brings the cumulative total to…

Taro all torn up

WAINIHA — A taro patch along Ananalu Road was destroyed this week by an unidentified man using a backhoe, damaging not only property and a…

Competition higlights native species nationwide

HONOLULU — The Hawai‘i Big Tree Competition is now open for nominations, a competition that urges people to get outdoors and capture photos of the…

Crossing life’s ‘Bridge’

LIHU‘E — The significance of being a team player and desire to pursue education beyond the shores of Kaua‘i broke through Wednesday during conversations with…

Arrest logs for Monday, March 23, 2020

January 15 • Abuse of family or household member, criminal contempt of court (two counts): 8 a.m., Sherman, Kaikane Thane Caires, 41, male, Lawai. •…

More COVID-19 rules ‘likely’

LIHU‘E — Mayor Derek S.K. Kawakami, in consultation with Governor David Ige and the mayors of the other islands, is expected to refine Kaua‘i’s response…

A few more monk seals

The population of the endangered Hawaiian monk seal has risen an average of 2% per year since 2013, according to new figures that include totals…

Community spread begins

LIHU‘E — The state Department of Health confirmed another new case of COVID-19 on Kaua‘i Friday, and officials said there is evidence of community spread…

Plenty cookies, no booths

LIHU‘E — There are still a lot of Girl Scout cookies available for distribution, said Angela Hoover, the Girl Scouts of Hawai‘i Kaua‘i Island coordinator…

Tours closed

HONOLULU — With Friday’s announcement that community spread of COVID-19 is likely happening in Hawai‘i, the state Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of…