State to explain water study results

LIHUE — The Department of Health is making a trip to Kauai to explain their recent findings regarding the water quality in the Maha‘ulepu and Waikomo watersheds.

New parking procedures

Paid parking at Waimea Canyon and Kokee state parks rolled out with mild confusion, as visitors are learning how to use the system, according to community members in the area.

Holo Holo takes fifth

The voting public has made Holo Holo Charters No. 5 on USA Today’s list of Best Boat Tour Companies in the United States.

Money for maintenance

HONOLULU – With many of Hawaii’s most popular trails seeing record numbers of hikers, Hawaii Tourism (HTA), is providing $530,000 to the DLNR Na Ala Hele Trail and Access System.

Most West Freedom Fest

MAJORS BAY — More than 6,000 people gathered at Shenanigans on the Pacific Missile Range Facility base Wednesday afternoon to take advantage of the sun, surf and fireworks show in celebration of Independence Day.

Kokee plum season opens today

The state Department of Land and Natural Resources announced today as the opening of this year’s season for plum harvesting at Kokee State Park.

CSL celebrates six years

LYDGATE — Grab a plate lunch from the pot luck and talk story by the sea for the Center for Spiritual Living’s celebration of their sixth anniversary on Sunday.

Fledging has begun

Cathy Granholm has bid adieu to two of the 17 albatross chicks that have been growing up in herneighborhood for the past few months.

Maoloha on the move

The first time Malama Kauai fired up their new kitchen trailer was in November, on the grounds of Kawaikini Public Charter School.

Fire displaces three

Kalehua Yokotake and her family are looking for a place to stay after a fire ignited in their home and displaced them on Wednesday evening.