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Thursday 07/02/2015
Manager system gets closer look

The Kauai County Council unanimously approved a resolution on Wednesday to form a council subcommittee to study a county manager form of government.

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Kauai’s Boys & Girls Club tabs new leader

LIHUE — While it is a homecoming, there’s still a lot of work ahead.

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‘Beautiful. Dangerous.’

There’s no way to sugar-coat the message that Kauai’s beaches are beautiful, but dangerous, too.

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Rescue bill draws reaction

Members of the public testified Wednesday on a measure that would charge hikers who ignore warning signs for costs to rescue them if they get in trouble.

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Tree cutting delays traffic

LIHUE — A state tree-trimming project led to long traffic delays and unhappy motorists Wednesday on Kaumualii Highway.

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6 earn Chamber scholarships

NUKOLII — Six Kauai Chamber of Commerce scholarship recipients received more than they applied for thanks to the success of the 12th annual Scholarship Golf Tournament at the Poipu Bay Golf Course.

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Engineering students get CAK help

LIHUE — Excitement on tap for all of the nearly 150 guests to the Contractors Association of Kauai general membership meeting, Tuesday evening at the Kauai Marriott Resort and Beach Club.

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Obituaries for July 2, 2015

• Charee Watters • William Murphy

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Correction for July 2, 2015

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Wednesday 07/01/2015
Net recovery

KAPAA — Shirley Corda pushed aside any rock that might cause her to slip, braced her legs and pulled the rope hanging over the cliffside with the weight of her whole body.

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Kagawa: Local families could buy closed TVRs

LIHUE – Kauai County Council Vice Chair Ross Kagawa is standing by a comment he made during a recent interview that said a potential upside of the new bed-and-breakfast ordinance is that it could give locals a chance to buy properties that can no longer be rented out by tourists.

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Spreading the good news

HAENA — As Jimmy Johnson prepares for another fun summer at Camp Good News Kauai, he is looking forward to spreading the word of God to Kauai’s children.

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Kaiser Permanente to open first clinic on Kauai

LIHUE — Kaiser Permanente is planning to open a clinic on Kauai early next year, with the goal of providing subscribers with greater access to doctors and reducing patient wait times.

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Bit of a breather

HANAPEPE — Patrick Wayne Rita has some breathing room. For now.

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YMCA pool closed for repairs

LIHUE — An underground water leak has closed the YMCA swimming pool temporarily.

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Obituaries for July 1, 2015

Obituaries for July 1, 2015

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Tuesday 06/30/2015
Out of time

HANAPEPE — Patrick Wayne Rita of Hanapepe must vacate his home of 10 years by today.

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Council could take up tax increase

LIHUE — The Kauai County Council will soon have to decide whether it wants to raise taxes.

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Lions dig in at Hanalei School

More than 50 people turned out Saturday for the Kauai North Shore Lions project to refurbish Hanalei School’s student garden.

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Planet pairing

LIHUE — Before you retire to bed tonight, you might want to reserve a few moments to gaze up at the sky.

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