PRINCEVILLE — A minor was rescued Wednesday evening after being swept off the rocks at Queen’s Bath, according to officials.
Happy Girls Day, Kaua‘i! What about the guys? Bobby Kubota of Pono Market (Serena Tangelder was busy cleaning the windows next door at Hele On Kaua‘i) wanted to know after seeing the Women’s History Essay Contest 2021 poster by the Kaua‘i County Committee on the Status of Women on the front door. Bobby said gotta go in the morning to hear the Dallas Grady and Art Fujita stories.
HONOLULU — Junior Achievement of Hawai‘i, whose mission is to educate and inspire students in kindergarten through 12th grade on the value of financial literacy, entrepreneurship, business and economics to improve their quality life, is looking for 100 new volunteer teachers to join its cause by Monday, March 15.
A “radical centrist” is how I’ve recently taken to describing myself and my politics. Needless to say, I’ve taken flack from progressive friends on the left who see centrists as the enemy, blue dogs and regressive corporatists in hiding.
We all want to live a healthy and happy life, free from diseases. Actually, our body is very capable of providing that, unless we are putting stress on the body and forcing it to work harder, rather than taking care of our body and mind.
HONOLULU — Last Friday, Hawai‘i Department of Education Superintendent Dr. Christina Kishimoto released a statement of her plans to push for reopening of schools by the fourth quarter of this school year, which inspired the state epidemiologist that same day to write a letter to Sen. Brian Schatz and DOE colleagues in support of these efforts to reopen schools for in-person learning.
Businesses on Kaua‘i have weathered many storms, but none have been quite as long or as devastating as the COVID-19 pandemic. As a small island community with limited resources and significantly lower visitor counts, local businesses have severely felt the brunt of the pandemic shutdowns.
The first hatchery-raised sea urchins outplanted in Kane‘ohe Bay are 10 years old, and the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit and state Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Aquatic Resources celebrated the milestone anniversary.