LIHU‘E — A cat-centric county bill that would tighten up compliance with seabird-protection mandates passed first reading before the County Council Wednesday.
PRINCEVILLE — The Interfaith Roundtable of Kaua‘i will celebrate the legacy of civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. this Monday, and it’s inviting all who are interested to attend.
KAPA‘A — Tamba Surf Company and Koloa plant nursery Pulu have donated $6,000 to rapid ‘ohi‘a death response on Kaua‘i, two months after the debut of their Collab 4 A Cause fundraiser.
The Pacific Missle Range Facility is home to one of two field-constructed tank sites operated by the U.S. Navy in Hawai‘i.
LIHU‘E — It’s a season of remembrance for Kalaheo resident and writer Inette Miller: last December, she celebrated her 24th wedding anniversary to husband ‘Iokepa ‘Imaikalani, who began an austere spiritual journey dedicated to Indigenous Hawaiian culture 25 years ago this month.
Kaua‘i habitat and endangered species were reviewed by the state Department of Land and Natural Resources during an informational briefing before the state Senate Committee on Water and Land last week.
New legislation, building projects and fallout from COVID-19 shook up the Kaua‘i housing crisis in 2021, although it’s too early to fully understand the past year’s ramifications.
A Kaua‘i-based ocean-conservation group is ready to expand its commercial-plastic-collection initiative, but needs help getting to the next level.
Kaua‘i residents interested in joining the island’s next crop of farmers can learn if the job is for them at a free University of Hawai‘i seminar on Jan. 13.
PRINCEVILLE — A 10-acre tract of farmland tucked away on Princeville’s mauka side is harboring a decades-old secret, but its keepers are ready to share it.
The Kaua‘i Community Science Center treated Koloa School students to a morning of discovery Friday during the nonprofit’s first-ever school-wide STEAM (science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics) Day.
LIHU‘E — A local group has filed a complaint in federal district court against the County of Kaua‘i, Mayor Derek Kawakami and Gov. David Ige, claiming the coronavirus pandemic that has killed 800,000 Americans to date “is a manufactured public-health event.”
LIHU‘E — A county employee, who settled a complaint against former Prosecuting Attorney Shaylene Iseri for $108,000 in 2016, has responded to Iseri’s allegations that multiple lawsuits brought against her office were intended to sabotage her failed 2012 reelection campaign.
LIHU‘E — Visitors to Kalena Park on Rice Street in Lihu‘e will step into Whoville on Friday, when “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” is screened for free at sunset.