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NFL brothers host football camp for Kaua‘i youth

Held at the Vidihna Stadium, the free workshop invited young athletes ages 8 through 17 to gain a competitive edge by training under NFL players and professional coaches.

Community meeting scheduled to discuss boat ramp design at Kikiaola

The Department of Land and Natural Resources Division of Boating and Ocean Recreation is hosting the event and encourages community involvement in the process.

Study finds novel blood metabolite biomarkers linked to Alzheimer’s disease

A study from researchers with the University of Hawaii at Mānoa has identified novel molecules linked to Alzheimer’s disease, the university announced on Feb. 12.

‘Wicked Tuna’ star meets Kaua‘i fishermen, scientist eager to resume local ahi research

Reality TV’s Dave Marciano and a group of Garden Isle fishermen say scientific collaboration is key to keeping their fisheries healthy.

Super Bowl not your style? Soak up the sun, save an ancient Kaua‘i fishpond this Sunday

During a typical Loko I‘a Workday, volunteers remove invasive weeds and otherwise restore Nōmilu fishpond before enjoying a provided lunch.

Founder of Kaua‘i’s Rescue Tube Foundation honored by state lawmakers

Marking the first House honoree of the 2024 General Session, members of the Kauaʻi delegation delivered floor remarks and presented the recipient with a certificate and lei in recognition of their outstanding service to the community.

Lawmakers to discuss adding funding to University Hawai‘i budget to expand a scholarship program

Lawmakers are looking to add $19 million to the University of Hawai‘i’s annual budget to fund the expansion of a community college scholarship to university students at Mānoa, Hilo and West O‘ahu.

Kamaʻāina women breast cancer patients invited to weekend fly fishing retreat

The nonprofit Casting for Recovery’s mission is to enhance the lives of women with breast cancer by connecting them to each other and nature. Deadline to apply for the Kauaʻi retreat is March 28.

Update: Repairs to eroded bike-pedestrian path in Wailua now expected to begin Feb. 20

The damaged section of the path was caused by erosion due to the heavy rain event that occurred from March 27-28, 2020.

Los Angeles teen supports literacy, real-life heroes of Hanapēpē through children’s book

Sasha Lee is giving back to her beloved family home of Hanapēpē, Kaua‘i, through book sale proceeds and more.

Come register keiki for spring basketball tournament series

Registration will be held in person. Participation costs $30 per child, payable to the coach once the child is assigned to a team.

Have an extra pair of glasses or hear aid lying around? Donate to the Lions Clubs on Kaua‘i

The members will be spread out across the island at the following locations: Kong Lung Center Kīlauea, Big Save Kapa‘a, Walmart, Longs Kukui Grove, Big Save ‘Ele‘ele.

Salvation Army schedules its first monthly donation event at Kaua‘i Resource Center

Accepted donations include clothing, small furniture, children’s toys, books and shoes.

Kapa‘a man once cast movie magic on Kaua‘i, brought iconic ‘Indiana Jones’ scene to life

Local real estate agent Tom Summers spent decades helping Hollywood put Kaua‘i on the silver screen.

Pakele, Jordan T partner with Waiākea Hawaiian Volcanic Beverages on new song

The new single is available to stream online now on Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music and YouTube.

Kaua‘i Urgent offers online self-scheduling

Through the new system, patients can secure a time slot up to 24 hours in advance at the clinic, located at 4484 Paheʻe St. in Līhuʻe.

EnhanceFitness program now available in Hanalei

EnhanceFitness is a group exercise program that is designed for older adults at all levels of fitness.

Attorney general kicks off International Charity Fraud Awareness Week

As part of the Department of the Attorney General’s continuing commitment to regulating charities in Hawaiʻi, the Department has hired Paula Youngling as its Charities Program Administrator.

Kaua‘i Fire Department shares Thanksgiving and holiday safety tips

The Kaua‘i Fire Department is sharing safety tips from the National Fire Protection Association for the upcoming holiday season.

County of Kaua‘i launches online reporting tool for road issues

As part of the County of Kaua‘i’s Land Information Management System project, the Department of Public Works and Information Technology Division created an application that provides the public with the ability to confirm the location of a reported County of Kaua‘i road issue on an interactive map.
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