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In pursuit of ‘divine power’

A Princeville author has chronicled his family’s journey to watch the 2017 solar eclipse in the path of totality. A new book by Michael Thomas, “Moon Mission: Passage to Totality 2017,” was recently released by Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.

Saying no to violence

Residents rallied around the rotunda on Monday to bring about awareness and prevention of child abuse and sexual assault.

Laugh it up with ‘Greater Tuna’

LIHUE — Women in Theatre are acting up again, currently performing the comedic play “Greater Tuna” at its new location in Lihue. The performance is WIT’s End Theatre’s first production of the year and second since the group found its new home at Kukui Grove Center in October 2017.

McDonald’s Restaurants of Hawaii GM to retire

Veronica Kaneko retired from her post as president and general manager of McDonald’s Restaurants of Hawaii effective March 31, closing out a 41-year career that began in 1977 when she was hired as a part-time crew member at McDonald’s of Pearlridge.

Hunting for Easter joy

Smiling keiki danced to music and skipped around the grassy fields at Vidinha Stadium while swinging colorful baskets in search of sweet treats.

Kauai musician picks up where he left off

Sashamon is ready to share his music with the world. Again. The Anahola resident, also known as Sasha Spiller-Reiff, took a break from the high-paced music life he was headed into nearly a decade ago with the release of his first album. With the worldwide popularity of his self-produced album, “Someday Maybe,” he continues to get more than 100,000 plays a week on Spotify.

Island has 6 credit unions

Small, locally operated credit unions provide personal service. All locally founded, the island’s six credit unions serve only Kauai. With more than 55,000 members and over 50 community volunteers on their boards and committees, the total assets of locally born Kauai credit unions is $800 million combined.