South Kona killer seeks parole again

The Hawaii Paroling Authority will take up this month another request for parole by a South Kona man convicted of killing his sister-in-law more than a decade ago.

More myth than fact

Here we are in early 2019 and once again, I am going to cover some health and fitness aspects that are more myth than fact.

Food bank ready to help

Kelvin Moniz, executive director for the Kauai Independent Food Bank, said the organization will start taking care of federal workers involved in the partial government shutdown as early as Wednesday morning.

Happy Camper for Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Congratulations to Katy Matayoshi, Helga Efhan and the Mahelona Hospital Auxiliary on the rededication of the Mahelona Hospital thrift store! Hospital residents couldn’t wait to check out the offerings even before the refreshments, and who made those ono andagi?

Fujisawa city councilman meets mayor

Mayor Derek Kawakami interrupted his preparations for the opening of the Legislature to receive a courtesy visit by Fujisawa City Assembly councilman Mitsuru Miyato Monday.

Solid Steel tops Kawaihau; Gents edge Legends

WAILUA — After waiting patiently, the Kauai Senior Softball league played a full slate of games into the afternoon Saturday at the Wailua Houselots Garden Park and the Bryan J. Baptiste Sports Complex. With the expansion of the league, four games in Kapaa and three in Wailua were scheduled.