Sewer mess repaired, cleaned

Crews from the Department of Public Works finished laying a new sewer pipe at Kuhio Highway and Leho Drive Sunday night and began demobilizing as they wrapped up a days-long effort to repair and clean up a sewage spill and get traffic back to normal.

Lights out

An islandwide power outage that struck early Monday afternoon affected all 25,800 Kauai Island Utility Cooperative members.

Don’t forget to vote

The election season is almost over, with voters heading to the polls Tuesday. That is, unless they already voted. By the end of Thursday, 2,308 voters had cast their ballots during early voting and 44,485 people had registered to vote. Same-day registration will be available Tuesday.

J.H. Snider talks about Constitutional Convention

On Tuesday, Hawaii voters will decide whether to convene a Constitutional Convention. Nationwide, 14 states have a periodic Constitutional Convention referendum, with Hawaii being the only state during the mid-term election voting on the measure.

Whatta mess

A vehicle traveling in the right-hand lane of Kuhio Highway near Leho Drive was struck by an exploding manhole cover Thursday night.

Thank you, women leaders of Kauai

Four of Kauai’s notable women leaders will be honored today. It’s the YWCA’s 10th annual Na Wahine Alakai o Kauai leadership event at the Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club in Lihue at 5:30 tonight.