Many benefits to KIUC renewable programs

Kauai Island Utility Cooperative hit an important milestone in 2017 by increasing its renewable portfolio to nearly 45 percent and reducing our use of fossil fuels by a full thirty-three percent.

Limiting​ ​resort​ ​growth​ ​will​ ​address tourism issue

Allan​ ​Parachini’s​ ​recent​ ​reporting​ ​about​ ​the​ ​overabundance​ ​of​ ​visitors​ ​and​ ​cars​ ​at​ ​Haena​ ​State Park​ ​has​ ​sparked​ ​a​ ​passionate​ ​discussion​ ​about​ ​too​ ​many​ ​visitors​ ​on​ ​Kauai.​

On tax reform, middle class and education

Promoting diversity and the discovery of new ways of thinking and acting is as much a function of education as providing some continuity with the past and practicality for the present.

Pension woes will affect Kauai

The new pension payments will kick off a period of budget turmoil for the county, predicts the nonprofit Grassroot Institute of Hawaii.