In Hawaii, water is a public trust resource. As with all of our natural resources, it must be protected, and its use must be responsibly managed. We have a robust water-management system in the state, under the guidance of the state Board of Land and Natural Resources (BLNR) and the Commission on Water Resource Management (CWRM).
Very informative article (2/27/19) about Wilcox’s Infusion Center. Unfortunately, missing was a shout-out to the folks who run the place daily — “The Chemo Queens.” That’s what they call themselves when they volunteer at American Cancer Society fundraising rallies. As a cancer survivor who utilized that room (My chair was in the center of the front-page photo), I’d like to share my personal experience with them about six years ago.
My patience has run out. I was waiting for more than a month to see any news and an appeal to the public for help to disrupt a very serious crime, the sex trafficking on Kauai.
Here it is, Presidents Day again — the holiday that I’ve thought for many years combines the birth dates of two, revered presidents, Washington and Lincoln — Feb. 22 and Feb. 12, respectively. Turns out I’m not the only one to hold that misconception.