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Grandmother struggles to make ends meet

The Garden Island/Zonta Club of Kauai Christmas Fund drive is underway. This holiday season, more than 700 requests for help through social-service agencies have come in from families and individuals.

Toys for Tots still collecting

LIHUE — There are so many keiki that need toys for Christmas, and so little time to collect, said Capt. Rod Green, commandant of the Kauai Marine Corps Reserve unit, and the Kauai coordinator for the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation.

Understanding the impeachment process

The House of Representatives has opened an impeachment inquiry concerning President Donald Trump. Impeachment in the House is the first of two steps in removing a president for cause; the second step is trial in the Senate.

New diesel buses for Kauai fleet

LIHUE — The Kauai Bus is set to receive six new diesel buses thanks to a Federal Transit Administration grant, and while it will serve to refresh the current fleet, it’s not bringing Kauai any closer to a full renewable fleet by 2045.

Keep an eye on Saturn, Venus

KEASA, your local astronomy club, is full of members who love to share views of our night sky with the public through our free starwatches at the Kaumakani school softball field each month.

‘Ev’rbody Wants to Be A Cat!’

KALAHEO — A nonstop thrill ride of feline fun, complete with twists and turns welcomes guests to the Kalaheo School Sunshine Express production of Disney’s The Aristocats KIDS when curtains rise at the Kalaheo School cafetorium Friday.

Comment now on aquarium fishing impacts

A new evaluation of the aquarium industry’s environmental impact is out for public comment, part of an effort to bring aquarium trade into compliance with the Hawaii Environmental Policy Act.

Happy Camper for Sunday, December 1, 2019

Hats off to Mary Margaret Smith and all the many hands that came together, including Mark Oyama and the volunteer crew from Mark’s Place and Contemporary Flavors Catering on a great Kapaa Interfaith Association Thanksgiving luncheon Thursday that included an interfaith service at the overflowing All Saints Episcopal Church and Preschool (that’s where the home delivery was taking place, too).