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Friday 02/05/2016
Table 53 benefits Waialeale Project

POIPU — The University of Hawaii Foundation’s Waialeale Project at Kauai Community College has been selected as the February beneficiary for the Table 53 program at Sheraton Kauai Resort.

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Teacher rally at state capitol

HONOLULU — Hundreds of Hawaii teachers and their supporters are expected to rally today at the Hawaii State Capitol to support a 10-part education bill that officials believe will improve the state’s school system.

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Navy League seeks scholar apps

The Navy League of Kauai is accepting scholarship applications.

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Friday 01/29/2016
Coming together for music

The Music Department at Island School is taking the Island School Alakai Chorus to Oahu on February 11-13 to participate in the 2016 Na Leo Hou Hawaii All-State Choral Festival.

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Zonta Club of Hanalei offers scholarships

The Zonta Club of Hanalei is accepting applications for its 2016 scholarship program. Individual scholarships of $1,000 will be awarded to 15 applicants.

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Thursday 01/28/2016
School bus involved in accident

PUHI — A school bus rear-ended a sedan on Kaumualii Highway near the Kauai Humane Society Tuesday morning. There were no injuries.

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Remembering those in need

LIHUE — Salvation Army Lt. Elizabeth Gross said the young people were able to do the restocking a lot better, and quicker, than she could, Tuesday afternoon at The Salvation Army, Lihue Corps.

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Happy birthday, Island School

Island School will celebrate the 39th anniversary of its founding at a special Birthday Assembly at 8:30 a.m. Friday in Wilcox Gymnasium.

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Friday 01/22/2016
Honey of a science project

LIHUE — Ritikaa Kumar says she likes science because there are always questions that need to be answered.

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Kauaibots celebrate mentors

Mentors of the Kauaibots 2465 team were honored in January as part of the National Mentoring Month celebration.

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Tuesday 01/12/2016
Wanted: More students

PUHI — Alicia Gonzales plans to hit the books hard this year at Kauai Community College.

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Friday 01/01/2016
No chop suey for these onions

Basilio “Bunga” Fuertes said the company that provided the onion seeds were tickled when they found out he had to tell people not to eat the onions.

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Thursday 12/24/2015
Forest grows, students learn

WAIMEA — “Come on, guys, what is an I-M-O?” Alyssa Nishihira wanted to know Wednesday at the site of the Gulick-Rowell Mission House in Waimea.

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Thursday 12/17/2015
Touched by an Angel

KALAHEO — Erik Burkman, principal of the Kalaheo Elementary School, said Santa Claus gives presents to people, but there are others who give gifts to the school.

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Thursday 12/10/2015
HTSA says Hawaii schools need help

LIHUE — Hawaii’s education system is in dire need of an overhaul, according to the Hawaii State Teacher’s Association.

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Photo exhibit opens Friday

PUHI — Marilyn Mach said she’s waited 30 years to have an exhibit.

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Friday 12/04/2015
Passion for planning

LIHUE— Marisa Valenciano, one of Kauai’s own, will be able to stay on track with her master’s degree in urban and regional planning with the University of Hawaii at Manoa thanks to a new scholarship established in honor of Peter Nakamura, the well-loved County of Kauai long range planner and county clerk.

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Ahupuaa Explorations open to students

HANALEI — Registration is being accepted for the new Ahupuaa Explorations program for students in the fifth and sixth grades.

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Thursday 12/03/2015
Free money for college

A program is scheduled tonight on opportunities for Native Hawaiians to get scholarships for college.

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Hands-on with GIS

PUHI — Makani Brun was thrilled to be able to make a mountain and have the power to make it rain on that mountain.

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