No major injuries in shark attack

KEKAHA — Doug Moore was sitting on his surfboard when he felt a sharp pain in his right index finger around 8:30 a.m. at Davidson’s Beach on Monday.

New food pick up hours

NAWILIWILI — Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank announces new emergency food pickup hours for the month of June.

More quarantine-related arrests on Oahu

HONOLULU – A student attending college in Hawai‘i was arrested this morning by Special Agents from the Investigation Division of the Dept. of the Attorney General. 21-year-old Venasio Vaipulu was reported by a witness.

Evolving ideas on opening safely

Hawai’i is now not only one of the most beautiful places in the world but also one of the most COVID-free. The big question everyone is grappling with is how to safely reopen our economy with limited tourism.

Happy Camper for Monday, June 1, 2020

Rhonda Cabelo said the one nice thing about Police, Pastors & Platters at the Puakea Golf Course is how the event brings all the people together — living together, working together and getting through this COVID thing.

The Salvation Army accepting donated goods

The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center will be accepting donations on Friday, June 19, in Lihu‘e, at the county Kaua‘i Resource Center at the Lihu‘e transfer station, 3460 Ahukini Rd., from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Happy Camper for Sunday, May 31, 2020

Beth Haddock said the curbside microphone installed by John “The Big Guy” Belliveau of A/V Kaua‘i last year is coming in real handy since Pietro’s at the Po‘ipu Shopping Village reopened after being shut by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Free breakfast, lunch programs at schools to continue

State Senate President Ronald D. Kouchi and state Rep. James Kunane Tokioka announced the extension of the state Department of Education’s grab-and-go breakfast and lunch program on Kaua‘i, through July 17.

The bell buoy that drifted from California to Kaua‘i

In September 1925, The Honolulu Advertiser newspaper published an account of a bell buoy that had broken from its moorings off the California coast over 30 years earlier and had drifted more than 2,500 miles until it reached Kaua‘i.

What to do with federal COVID money

This week our Legislature will be recessing after working on one of its important tasks: figuring out how to spend $1 billion of federal money that is being made available to Hawaii under the CARES Act.

Beach safety, now

LIHU‘E — Mayor Derek S.K. Kawakami said the COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized how important Kaua‘i’s beaches are to the community, Monday during the announcement of June 1 through 7 being Hawai‘i Beach Safety Week.

Gymnastics, dance combine forces

PUHI — June 1 marked a new page for Kaua‘i Gymnastics Academy — when the handover from Jack and Kay Leonard to Tiffany and Pono Dick of the Aloha Dance Studio is complete.