Better to be prepared
If you don’t buy tickets before the show, there’s a chance they’ll be sold out at the door. If you don’t put soap in your shopping cart, you could end up with a sink full of dirty dishes. If you don’t charge your phone at night, you could run out of power halfway through the day.
Kicking off the decade with change
Change could very well be the defining descriptor of the year 2020 as we head into the new decade with a Super Bowl that didn’t feature the Patriots, an active Hawaii legislative session, upcoming presidential, state and local elections, and new partnerships in the Kauai community that work toward resiliency and disaster response.
People made life on Kauai a blessing
It was Thomas Wolfe who wrote the novel, “You Can’t Go Home Again.”
A overdue mahalo for Christmas Fund support
This is an overdue thank you to all the big-hearted, generous people out there who made the 2019 The Garden Island/Zonta Club of Kauai Christmas Fund such a resounding success.
Let investigators do their job
There is much that we know about Thursday’s helicopter crash that claimed seven lives on Kauai.
Gabbard makes correct call with ‘present’ vote
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard is catching some heat for her “present” vote on President Donald Trump’s impeachment. She shouldn’t be, because this should have not have surprised anyone.
Take the fight to methamphetamine use
Let’s get right to the point: Methamphetamine use is a problem on Kauai, and in Hawaii.
Medical mission to Samoa the aloha spirit
Yes, it’s good to take care of your own, which Kauai does very well.
Plenty to be thankful for on Kauai
We have much to be thankful for, right?
This island is our responsibility
If you take a drive, a walk, a bike ride, around Kauai, you will see amazing natural beauty. Spectacular sunsets, massive mountains and wonderful waves. It is a blessing, for sure.
Lack of civility is big problem
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell raised an interesting point Monday.
Hawaii still ranked among the best places to live
You hear all about the rising cost of housing. You hear all about the increasing number of homeless.
NAMI ‘Family-to-Family’ class important
Team up to rid island of abandoned cars
While there is much Kauai people disagree on, there is one thing we can all agree on: this island has an awful lot of abandoned cars.
Find out who’s the best on Sunday
Who’s the best on Kauai? Tomorrow you’ll find out.
Join Rotary in the fight against polio
The Rotary Club of Hanalei Bay on Saturday sponsored a mini-golf tournament to raise funds for polio prevention. It raised over $1,000 to help toward the $3.3 billion needed to completely wipe out any signs of it on the planet.
‘Da Shadow’ will return after a short break
Jerome Freitas has been “Da Shadow” for 15 years. He considers it his responsibility to look out for Kauai’s taxpayers, their concerns and their safety.
Kauai Historical Society deserves support
The Kauai Historical Society could use our help. We should give it to them.
Don’t delay in reporting shark sightings
“Beach closed due to shark sighting.” Every so often, a report comes in from the county that ocean safety officials have closed a beach because someone saw a shark.
International students have big economic impact
If you wonder about the impact of international students on Hawaii’s economy, wonder no more.