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Kauai’s resilience will rise to the top

The devastation, as we all know by now, is staggering on the North Shore. Homes destroyed. Roads washed out and buried in landslides. Vehicles overturned. People stranded. Animals perished.

Kauai beats Island to stay in 2nd round contention

LIHUE — The Red Raider boys won at home to stay within one game of the second round lead with one match left in the regular season. Kauai High School’s varsity boys volleyball team defeated Island School in straight sets Tuesday evening — 25-17, 25-14 and 25-12.

New road in Kalihiwai

A road has appeared connecting residents at the end of Kahiliholo Road to Kuhio Highway through private property after the recent heavy rains of Kauai caused a sinkhole and split Kahiliholo Road in half.

Coming storm should pass faster, says NWS

The storm that’s set to hit Kauai today shouldn’t bring as much rain as the last one. Derek Wroe, lead forecaster with the National Weather Service, said though there shouldn’t be as much rain, there’s still a chance for flooding.

Menehune tennis sweep Voyagers

LIHUE — Island School dropped two sets by default to give Waimea a 5-0 win in the girls and a 3-2 edge to the Waimea boys Tuesday during a Kauai Interscholastic Federation tennis match that was rescheduled following a rainout Saturday at the Kauai Community College tennis courts.

Water advisory lifted

The county Department of Water has lifted the “Do not drink” advisory for all Wainiha and Haena customers as of 4 p.m. Wednesday.

Happy Camper for Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Kudos to Jeannie Odo, Mary Lou Kelley, and all the ‘ohana for hosting the 16th annual Sequenced Transition to Education in Public Schools Parent and Child Fair Saturday at the Kukui Grove Center!

Relief efforts making progress

The U.S. Army, National Guard, and the County of Kauai airlifted over 220 people from the Haena and Wainiha area on Tuesday as multi-agency relief efforts continue for residents and visitors stranded in Haena and Wainiha.