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Man faces trial on 14 felony charges

LIHUE — A Kilauea man pleaded not guilty Thursday to a laundry list of weapons-related felonies. Pinuu Sexton, 47, was arraigned on 16 counts —…

Poipu club gets air conditioning

POIPU — The ink on the symbolic check was not even dry as Island Comfort crews started unloading equipment and components of air conditioning at…

‘UFO’ making waves at Papaa

ALIOMANU — A “UFO” reported in the Aliomanu beach area had been rolling around in the surf there since May, though Wednesday and Thursday’s King…

Oahu project taking root

POIPU — After hearing a short presentation Thursday on Kahauiki Village, a project that opened last year on Oahu to provide housing for the homeless,…

Bridges to close for night work

LIHUE — The state Department of Transportation has scheduled night closures of Kuhio Highway at the 3 W Bridges (Waioli, Waipa, Waikoko) on the North…

Lehua coming to life

LIHUE — Lehua island is changing. Plants are starting to regrow over the rocky, 279-acre, crescent-shaped island about 35 miles across the Kaulakahi Channel from…

Surfing is not possible without the board

The history of surfing is a subject of great interest to many, especially here in Hawaii. What is not as often showcased in surfing history…

King Tides, black moon

LIHUE — Another set of the year’s highest tides reached the archipelago Wednesday and Thursday, combined with swells from incoming Tropical Storm Erick and the…

Making ‘a big leap of faith’

LIHUE — For the past decade, Kristin Brown has been a herbal supplement representative. It may not sound exciting, but it’s been good. Made a…

Traffic modifications for canoe championships

HANALEI — The Kauai Outrigger Canoe Racing Association is hosting the annual Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association State Championship Regatta this Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to…