LAHAINA, Hawai‘i — Sharlene Rabang and her calico cat fled the wildfire that destroyed her town on Maui and arrived at a family home on another Hawai‘i island after a 24-hour odyssey that included sleeping in a car.
LAHAINA, Hawai‘i — The restaurant where Katie Austin was a server burned in the wildfire that devastated Hawai‘i’s historic town of Lahaina this summer.
Born and raised on Kaua‘i, Mike Faye is the grandson of pioneer Kaua‘i sugar planter Hans Peter Faye, and his father and an uncle managed Waimea Sugar Mill Co. and Kekaha Sugar Co.
If you go to the big Island of Hawai‘i you may find a black sandy beach to walk on that was formed from ground up volcanic rock.
Holidays make us happier and bring us together, so it’s likely that most of us would like to be able to sustain the holiday spirit.
LOS ANGELES — Powerful surf rolled onto beaches on the West Coast and Hawaii on Thursday as a big swell generated by the stormy Pacific Ocean pushed toward shorelines, causing localized flooding.
LIHU‘E — A feature film, “Too Much Life,” is scheduled to premiere on Friday at Kaua‘i War Memorial Convention Hall.
WAIMEA — The Kapa‘a High School girls basketball team escaped with a 60-57 win over Waimea High School in a Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation game in Waimea.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — On Dec. 28, 1973, President Richard Nixon signed the Endangered Species Act. “Nothing,” he said, “is more priceless and more worthy of preservation than the rich array of animal life with which our country has been blessed.” The powerful new law charged the federal government with saving every endangered plant and animal in America and enjoyed nearly unanimous bipartisan support.