A keiki Christmas

WAIMEA — Rotary Club of Poipu Beach hosted the annual Kids’ Christmas Party last weekend for about 80 children of Child and Family Services’ Nana’s House clients at the Waimea Theatre.

Grand Hyatt Kauai donates $25K to United Way

POIPU — All that is left is the caroling at the Hale Kupuna Heritage Home in Omao, and the Wilcox Hospital long-term care unit scheduled today, said Diann Hartman, spokesperson for the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa.

Tyler Navarro Day food helps

LIHUE — The Key Clubs and the Kiwanis Club of Kauai celebrated Tyler Navarro Day with a delivery of food and funds to The Salvation Army, Lihue Corps., Wednesday.

Lt. Gov.: ‘We have challenges’

HILO — Lt. Gov. Josh Green discussed health care in Hawaii during the 2019 Hawaii Comprehensive Cancer Coalition Summit on Wednesday at the Grand Naniloa Hotel in Hilo.

3 arrested at Salt Pond

LIHUE — Kauai police arrested three Westside men Wednesday morning at Salt Pond Beach Park for illegal camping. One of them insists it was nothing more than harassment, and said state and county officials have been targeting them for months.

Hawaii Islanders protest against 5G

WAIKOLOA BEACH — While a debate into the safety of 5G technology takes place in communities across the world, a group of people waved signs in front of Waikoloa Beach Resort on Tuesday to warn the public of potential health hazards — as they see them.

Stop the invasive spittlebug

LIHUE — While her sights are set on the White House, U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is still working to safeguard her home state against an invasive bug that’s targeting grasslands and starting to impact the cattle industry on Hawaii Island.

‘Definitely a treasure’

Wil Welsh had just a few words about his friend David Penhallow-Scott after hearing he had passed away Monday morning at the age of 86.