The power of redemption

Every few weeks there seems to be a new revelation unearthed about some past foible involving a politician, media star or some other public persona.

HHSAA, HMSA to donate defibrillators

The Hawaii High School Athletic Association (HHSAA) is teaming up with the Hawaii Medical Service Association (HMSA) to distribute 320 automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to 95 HHSAA public and private high schools statewide. The schools were selected based on their student population and how many AED devices they already have.

Treatment center vendors sought

County officials are seeking vendors to provide services for the Adolescent Treatment and Healing Center. The center is scheduled to be completed in April.

Ohana holds off Kawaihau; Barteks rally

KAPAA — High scoring offense continues to make the weekend Kauai Senior Softball games. The East Kauai Legends had their home field at the Bryan Baptiste Sports Complex ready for four games while the all natural carpet of Puhi Park was put in order by the Ohana Motors Rebels for a trio of ballgames.

Ige extends help for Kauai flooding

Gov. David Ige on Tuesday issued a sixth supplementary proclamation for Kauai County, which continues to recover from severe flooding and damage caused by heavy rains in April.

Stansberry’s slide a major concern for UH

A lot can happen in a short period of time within the college basketball season. Teams often change identities rapidly, for better or worse. What you see today may not be at all what you get 10 days from now.