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Thanksgiving meals served today

The Salvation Army will be providing about 5,000 Thanksgiving holiday meals today and Thursday at locations statewide from Hanapepe to Honoka‘a.

Hawaiian Airlines inaugurates new Fukuoka service

HONOLULU — Hawaiian Airlines on Tuesday welcomed guests aboard its inaugural flight between Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye Airport and Fukuoka Airport with a festive gate-side celebration as the carrier marked the start of its four-times-weekly nonstop service with Airbus A330 aircraft.

Kauai man in leadership grad class

HONOLULU — Pacific Resource Partnership’s inaugural Executive Leadership Series class has graduated and completed the 10-month leadership development program.

Kukui’ula Reef Cleanup

POIPU — Help clean up Kukui’ula Harbor and reef alongside Seasport Divers and the Surfrider Foundation Kauai Chapter.

Victims went to Kapaa High

LIHUE — The three young victims of a fatal car accident Saturday in Anahola were all students at Kapaa High School, according to a statement from Principal Tommy Cox posted Monday morning on the school’s website.

Golden Rule arrives in Nawiliwili on Dec. 1

The small sailboat with a big mission, the Golden Rule, was in Hawaii in the 1950s, and played a pivotal role in ending global atmospheric nuclear testing. Now she’s back, on a trans Pacific voyage, with a renewed mission to rid the world of nuclear weapons.

Holiday craft fair set at NTBG

The National Tropical Botanical Garden will host its 16th annual holiday craft fair on Saturday, Dec. 7, at the NTBG South Shore Visitors Center, 4425 Lawai Road, across the street from Spouting Horn Park.

‘Model’ for success

Earlier this month at the 23rd annual National Career Academy Coalition (NCAC) in Philadelphia, Waimea High School’s Freshmen Academy was recognized for its “model” status achievement.

Crime Stoppers’ tips lead to arrest in thefts

Anonymous tips led to the arrest of a 47-year-old Kekaha man late Friday afternoon in connection with two thefts within an hour of one another at Longs Drugs and Times Supermarket at Kukui Grove Center last month.

OHA selects grant administrator

OHA announced the selection of the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement to administer a $1.6-million grant to provide emergency financial assistance to low-income Native Hawaiians statewide.

Three die in Anahola crash

Three males died at the scene of a single-vehicle crash on Kuhio Highway in Anahola early Saturday morning.

Cheese Nips being recalled

A voluntary recall of a limited quantity of Cheese Nips (11-ounce box) products in Hawaii is underway due to the potential presence of small, yellow plastic pieces from a dough scraper.