HONOLULU — As ballots are delivered to residents across the state, the newly formed Hawai‘i State Youth Commission and nonpartisan, non-candidate, 501(c)(3) nonprofit Every1ne Hawai‘i have co-created and launched Hawai‘i’s first interactive, issues-based voter guide.
HONOLULU — The state has added Diagnostic Laboratory Services to the list of eight other trusted COVID-19 testing partners for inter-county travel.
KAUMAKANI — Anyone affected by the COVID-19 pandemic is invited to a drive-thru food distribution Saturday in the parking lot fronting Aloha Sweet Delites off Kaumuali‘i Highway in Kaumakani, said state court Kaua‘i Chief Judge Randal Valenciano, representing the football officials from the Kaua‘i Officials Association.
HONOLULU — State Senate President and Lihu‘e resident Ronald D. Kouchi sent a letter Tuesday to the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority and the Hawai‘i Lodging & Tourism Association requesting information about measures and programs to proactively ensure that visitors are informed of state and Kaua‘i County orders and rules.
The Alzheimer’s Association, as part of its “Caregiver Training” for family caregivers, offers “Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body” class online Friday, Oct. 23.
NAWILIWILI — Kaua‘i’s Mark Hubbard was awarded second place in the Western Region in the Cox Conserves Heroes National Environmental Awards Program. As a regional finalist, Lihu‘e resident Hubbard was awarded $7,500, to be donated to his nonprofit of choice, Malama Hule‘ia.
Bernard Matsumoto, from Lihu‘e, hit his second hole-in-one on Oct. 7 at Wailua Golf Course.