Greenbaums give back

When Val Tokuuke and Roy Shioi of Shioi Construction presented the company’s $15,000 to the Wilcox Foundation Tuesday, they were thrilled to learn the amount would be part of the Greenbaum Challenge and matched.

Red Raiders sweep in Kapaa

Kauai High School center Taegan Keep scored 13 points and the Red Raider defense held Kapaa’s Mele Tafea to one point Tuesday night in its 36-24 win before a sparse audience at the Bernice Hundley Gym.

This game really rocks

Once completed, the rocks are hidden to await discovery. Clues can be posted on social media, and when discovered, the Kauai Rocks group asks for a photo on social media after which the discoverer can either keep the rock, or hide it again.

Kauai Senior Softball season starts Saturday

HANAPEPE — Several softball players who are more than 80 years old will be recognized Saturday when the Kauai SeniorSoftball League opens its season at the Hanapepe Softball Complex with ceremonies starting at 9 a.m.

Kapaa tops Wailua regatta

Kapaa High School’s paddling teams dominated the fourth Kauai Interscholastic Federation regatta that returned to the Wailua River Saturday following a week’s break.

KCC enrollment on the rise

Kauai Community College opened its doors to the spring semester Monday, with an opening day census of 1,219 students, an increase of 9.5 percent over the same period a year ago when the college recorded 1,085 students.

Eleele School’s tree wins

Again last month, the Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club in Lihue invited public school students to decorate Christmas trees in the hotel lobby. People voted for their favorites, and seven schools received money from the resort. The top vote-getter was Eleele School, followed by Elsie Wilcox Elementary School and King Kaumualii Elementary School.