Healing Horses seeks volunteers for Wailua cleanup

Over the course of tackling the clearing of about 10 acres of land to expand its available acreage for riding trails and pastures, Healing Horses Executive Director Samantha Henriques has found concrete slabs, light bulbs, buckets, and even a filing cabinet.

KCC spring semester starts Jan. 10

PUHI — The first day of spring semester classes at the Kaua‘i Community College remains Jan. 10, with a full return to scheduled course delivery starting Jan. 24.

Red Raider girls take both ends of Monday-night basketball games

LIHU‘E — The Kaua‘i High School girls basketball teams swept both ends of its Monday night games, a 64-11 victory over the Kapa‘a junior varsity, and a 58-32 win over the Waimea varsity, during its first sojourn into the Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation arena at the Kaua‘i High School gym.

‘Everlasting Beauty’ hits the market

A new CD of music paying tribute to Freckles and Mokihana Smith of Smith’s Motor Boat Service’s Fern Grotto tours and Smith’s Tropical Paradise goes on sale at various retail outlets on Kaua‘i, and online at musicofkauai.com starting this week.

Vandalized Loop Road murals revitalized

WAILUA HOMESTEADS — Volunteers have repainted the Keahua bridge murals on Loop Road this holiday season, months after the paintings celebrating Native Hawaiian culture and nature were defaced by vandals.

Happy Camper for Wednesday, December 29, 2021

Kudos to Hank Zevaat for making all those kadomatsu, or New Year’s decorations, for the Pau Hana Market (Wow! Kaua‘i Churros is back for all those shoppers who came to get their kadomatsu!) at Kukui Grove Center in Lihu‘e.

Experts pull documents, money from Lee statue time capsule

RICHMOND, Va. — Conservation experts in Virginia’s capital pulled books, money, ammunition, documents and other artifacts Tuesday from a long-sought-after time capsule found in the remnants of a pedestal that once held a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.