Medical teams arrive

A Wilcox Health team of physicians and nurses will provide first aid to anyone who needs it at St. William Church in Hanalei starting at 9 a.m. today.

Needs are great, so is response

Those stranded on the North Shore have put out wish lists asking for their necessities through Malama Kauai, just one of the many organizations that have rushed to help.

County honoring Older Americans

Kauai recognizes Older Americans Month during May to celebrate the achievements and contributions of local kupuna. They are taking part in activities that promote wellness and social connection.

Schatz urges federal aid

U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii), a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, urged the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Small Business Administration to be ready to swiftly approve any request from the state of Hawaii for a disaster declaration for communities affected by flooding on Kauai and Oahu.

Permaculture for the future

Kauai has a chance to rebuild better, more sustainable systems after monumental rains have flooded the island and destroyed homes and property, according to Efellie Laing.

Hanalei School to reopen Monday

Hanalei School will reopen for all students, teachers and staff on Monday. The school was closed for four days following heavy rains that flooded areas of the campus.

State tennis qualifiers determined

Twelve tennis players representing the Kauai Interscholastic Federation will advance to the HMSA Hawaii High School Athletic Association tennis championships that will contest at the Central Oahu Regional Park, May 3 through 5.

‘Everything is ruined’

Miriam Pagador said her daughter-in-law was preparing to do laundry when the water started rising Sunday around 5 p.m. inside their Koloa home.