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Beach safety, now

LIHU‘E — Mayor Derek S.K. Kawakami said the COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized how important Kaua‘i’s beaches are to the community, Monday during the announcement of June 1 through 7 being Hawai‘i Beach Safety Week.

No major injuries in shark attack

KEKAHA — Doug Moore was sitting on his surfboard when he felt a sharp pain in his right index finger around 8:30 a.m. at Davidson’s Beach on Monday.

Gymnastics, dance combine forces

PUHI — June 1 marked a new page for Kaua‘i Gymnastics Academy — when the handover from Jack and Kay Leonard to Tiffany and Pono Dick of the Aloha Dance Studio is complete.

New food pick up hours

NAWILIWILI — Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank announces new emergency food pickup hours for the month of June.

More quarantine-related arrests on Oahu

HONOLULU – A student attending college in Hawai‘i was arrested this morning by Special Agents from the Investigation Division of the Dept. of the Attorney General. 21-year-old Venasio Vaipulu was reported by a witness.

Evolving ideas on opening safely

Hawai’i is now not only one of the most beautiful places in the world but also one of the most COVID-free. The big question everyone is grappling with is how to safely reopen our economy with limited tourism.