YB wants to stop hauling small loads

Young Brothers shipping company is seeking permission to discontinue less-than-container-load shipping of goods to and from Kaua‘i, according to a request recently submitted to the state Public Utilities Commission.

A major decision

Recent Kapa‘a High graduate and baseball standout Noa Cardinez continues to work out diligently with former and current teammates regularly at Ron Martin Field on the Kapa‘a campus.

Kukuiolono reopens

Kukuiolono Park & Golf Course patron George Blogg found himself in a precarious situation before the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.

Time well spent

Kapa‘a High School junior Niki Upson took advantage of time away from attending physical school to improve his golf game.

Open for business

Andrew Schmidt admits he was in a state of panic when Kaua’i County announced they would temporarily close the golf courses in mid-March because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Weighing options

Former Kapa‘a High School baseball standout Noa Cardinez said he wasn’t deterred when Major League Baseball announced it plans to reduce their rounds from 40 to five in the upcoming amateur draft.

Contact testing expanded

Using digital software, the state Department of Health has expanded its ability to monitor those confirmed cases, and those who might be exposed to COVID-19.

Disc golfers eager to play

Five years ago, when Kaua‘i Disc Golf founder Philip Worwa started his company, there wasn’t a disc golf scene on the island.

Teeing it up

Princeville Makai Golf Course is one of several island golf courses that will experience a soft reopening on Tuesday after Kaua‘i County announced the reopening of golf courses.

KIF paddling All-Stars named

LIHU‘E —The Waimea High School boys canoe-paddling team placed third at the Hawai‘i High School Athletic Association state championships this year, and the success of the group reflected in the number of members selected for the Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation all-stars team.

Aiming for the stars

Kapa‘a High School boys and girls swimming coach Marti Kitch got an opportunity to see the competitive landscape of Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation swimming from her poolside view.

Gatorade POY gives back to Kaua‘i

Kalaheo High School cross country runner Emily Naylor utilized her new-found status of being the Gatorade Player of The Year in Hawai‘i for the sport to help benefit the state that helped make her successful.