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Sunday 11/29/2015
Rice still grows on Kauai

Rice, a traditional Kauai crop, is still grown here — primarily for research.

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Friday 11/27/2015
Business Service Directory

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Sunday 11/22/2015
Economy: Steady as she goes

LIHUE — Clifford Tachera, project supervisor for Shioi Construction, was working Thursday at the American Savings Bank being built at the Hokulei Village shopping center outside of Lihue.

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Tuesday 11/17/2015
Marriott to absorb Starwood

Changes could be in store for three or more of Kauai’s hotels thanks to a merger in the works between Marriott International and Starwood Hotels and Resorts.

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Monday 11/16/2015
‘All I want for Christmas is a job’

LIHUE — The Sports Authority and Pier 1 Imports are both hiring at least three more people to their staff for the holidays, and they’re not the only ones putting out “Help wanted” signs.

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Sunday 11/15/2015
Of conflict and crepes

HANALEI — Peaceful. Beautiful. Clean. That’s what Kyrylo Babenko thought when he first saw Hanalei while honeymooning four years ago. The seaside town was truly another world.

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Monkeypod Jam opens in Lawai

LAWAI — A jam made from Kauai-grown hibiscus piqued the interest of Cindy Cabrera, who dropped in at Monkeypod Jam’s newly opened Lawai facility last week.

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Cruise Kauai, Reyn Spooner now at The Shops at Kukuiula

POIPU — Two new stores are opening at The Shops at Kukuiula: Cruise Kauai and Reyn Spooner.

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Sunday 11/08/2015
Gib Arnold case was a Wonder Blunder times 3.5 for UH

Gib Arnold, former basketball coach at the University of Hawaii, just hit the jackpot. By that I mean that he is going to be awarded $700,000 in a settlement with the university, not because he did anything notably good, but because the employment contract under which he was working was notably bad.

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Sunday 11/01/2015
Roadmap key for economic development success

Kauai has one. Maui has one. Hawaii Island has one. Oahu, of course, has one. There’s even one for the state of Hawaii. Numerous counties from New York to California and Washington to Florida have one, too. It gives you access to wealth and power and builds confidence and influence in your community.

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Verizon Smart Store opening in Hokulei Village

LIHUE — What can a cell phone do for you?

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Saturday 10/31/2015
KIUC board nominations open

LIHUE — Nominations are open for candidates for three positions on the Board of Directors of Kauai Island Utility Cooperative.

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Friday 10/30/2015
Aqua buys Puhi Sewer & Water

LIHUE — David Paul, vice president of engineering and construction at Aqua Engineers, said the new Aqua-Puhi Sewer & Water Utility has a large base.

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Thursday 10/29/2015
Kauai guests in spending mood

Visitor spending through the first nine months of 2015 is up in Hawaii, with Kauai leading the way.

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Sunday 10/25/2015
Hawaii Gas pursues natural gas for state

LIHUE — Hawaii Gas is continuing with plans to bring liquefied natural gas in bulk to Hawaii.

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10 million words and counting

OK, folks, you and I know that the tax system we have in this country is pretty complicated. But did you know that the complexity has been expanding over the years so that the federal law and regulations are now over 10 million words?

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Learn how to cash in

LIHUE — Chelsea Bradley has discovered how to save an average of half off her grocery bill every time she goes shopping. On Tuesday, she’ll be in Lihue hosting a free workshop where she’ll share her secret: extreme couponing.

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Thursday 10/22/2015
Second Harvest Festival this Sunday

WAIMEA — Kauai’ s agricultural community will sponsor a free celebration of the season, the second Fall Harvest Festival, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at Waimea Canyon Park.

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Sunday 10/18/2015
Taking a homeowner’s exemption for a home you can’t live in

At the end of March this year, this space featured a bill that was then being considered by our Legislature relating to the real property tax homeowner’s exemption. As we will see, the right people took action at lightning speed. Now those who are affected need to get their act together pronto if they haven’t already done so.

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Thursday 10/15/2015
Hopeful hunting

LIHUE — Brigg Perreira is no stranger to hustling to find work. But recently all that hustling just wasn’t paying off.

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