LIHU‘E — Kaua‘i police remind the public to remain vigilant during the holiday season.
HONOLULU — Hawaii Lt. Gov. Josh Green suggested that the way to “perfect” the state’s coronavirus testing system for incoming travelers is to extend the mandatory pre-flight testing window from three days prior to arrival to four and requiring a second test when the person touches down.
KAUMAKANI — The Kauai Community Science Center (KCSC), a nonprofit science center on the Westside is hosting a free HOTspot Mobile STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Culture, and Math) event at Kaumakani Pavilion near Kamehameha Preschool today, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Sarah is a 34-year-old female that lives with her family in Koloa. She lives with intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, and suffers from seizures. She requires the use of a wheelchair and shower chair to keep her safe. In the past few years, her physical health has been deteriorating, her physical pain increasing, and her mobility limiting.
KEALIA —Last Saturday, Katie Guastella, an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nurse at Kauai Veterans Memorial Hospital (KVMH) on the Westside, discovered a group of Portuguese man-o-war (jelly-fish like sea creatures) on her day off at Kealia Beach, after the heavy showers of rained passed.
KAPA‘A — Chris Machorek, the general manager for the Sheraton Kaua‘i at Coconut Beach, said the silver lining in this COVID-19 pandemic is how people all come together to help each other.
The annual partnership between The Garden Island Newspaper & The Zonta Club of Kaua‘i Foundation is kicking off and celebrating its 30th year.
KALAHEO — The film, “A Message to the President: Transitions in Democracy,” needs a ticket to be viewed on the Hawai‘i Independent Film Festivals website, said Miley Cox, an eighth grade student at the Waimea Canyon Middle School who is listed as the film’s director, editor and narrator.
LIHU‘E — The Lights on Rice Parade will be virtual this year on Friday, Dec. 4, and businesses on Rice Street will participate allowong Kaua‘i ‘ohana to view the lights safely by driving or walking through downtown Lihu‘e.
LIHU‘E – The Kaua‘i District Health Office reported two new positive cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. One case is an adult female resident and the other is an adult male resident. Both of the cases are associated with travel. One case had a negative pre-travel test prior to returning to Kaua‘i.
HONOLULU — U.S. Senators Brian Schatz (D-Hawai‘i) and Mazie K. Hirono (D-Hawai‘i) and U.S. Reps. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawai‘i) and Ed Case (D-Hawai‘i) Wednesday called on President Trump to approve Gov. David Ige’s request to extend authorization and funding for Hawai‘i National Guard’s COVID-19 response operations.