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Saturday, November 18, 2017

Kauai High closed early Monday

A water line shutdown on Lala Road in Lihue led to the closure of Kauai High School for the rest of the day starting at 11:30 a.m. Monday.

Veterans’ corner – News you can use

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Arrest logs for Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Logs for October 31 - November 1, 2017

Obituaries for Tuesday, November 7, 2017

• Ann Millison Luckett

Schools support homeless students

LIHUE — The number of homeless students has decreased statewide.

Lois Ricciardi stepping down from Kauai Chorale

Some people who join Kauai Chorale can’t read music. They might not be able to sing all that well, either. Perhaps this is their first time being part of a community vocal group.

Nov. 12 is office cleanup, Nov. 18 is hike

HANAPEPE — Treasures from the Bishop Museum have landed at Kauai Forest Bird Recovery Project’s headquarters, and Sunday is a chance to help get the building ready for display.

KPD honors Bobby Thompson

LIHUE — The Kauai Police Department recognized School Resource Officer Bobby Thompson as the Employee of the Month during October’s Police Commission meeting at the Piikoi Building.

Here’s top 10 cyber-safety tips

Top 10 cyber-safety tips

Agencies join forces to spread cyber-smarts

KAPAA — Cyber-smarts can prevent computer viruses and keep confidential information private, especially in Hawaii.

Obituary for Monday, November 6, 2017

• Ann Millison Luckett

Koloa bypass road to close for race

POIPU — The Ala Kinoiki (Poipu Bypass) Road will be closed from Maluhia Road to Poipu Road 6:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday for the Old Koloa Sugar Mill Run.

Hundreds cheer Veterans Day Parade

LIHUE — “I made it!” J.Q. Smith said Saturday under the shade of a monkeypod tree at the Historic County Building. “I’m 91 years old, and I wanted to march in the parade.”

Packing party kicks off Operation Christmas Child

LIHUE — Puaala Akui-Ramos and Cheyley Jacobs are members of the Kauai Lynx girls basketball team.

FIT FUND applications for $10K in grants due Dec. 31

FIT FUND accepting applications for $10K in grants

Humane society’s spay/neuter clinic to reopen

PUHI — The sterilization clinic at Kauai Humane Society is opening its doors back up to the public on Tuesday.

Slippers come ‘just in time’

KALAHEO — Tami Riley, Kalaheo School health aide, said the slippers from the Hawaii Chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association came at the right time Thursday.

Arrest log for Sunday, November 5, 2017

• Arrest log for October 27-31, 2017

Poipu food, wine fete benefits students

LIHUE — Kauai Community College student Angela-Rhey Ventura said all of her fellow culinary arts program students are participating in the Poipu Food and Wine Festival.

Obituaries for Sunday, November 5, 2017

• Ann Millison Luckett • Andres Rogelio Vallesteros Cadiente Sr. • Godfrey Manoi Pabo • Leon Edward Ellis • Yutaka Arakaki • Nobue Yasutake Igarashi • Daniel Gil Renti Cruz