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Navy Relocates 44 Albatross Eggs from Kaua‘i to O‘ahu Planned Kaua‘i Philippine Cultural Center Receives $25K from KFCC KCC Digital Photography Student Art Exhibit in Waimea ‘The Biggest Loser’ Lands on Kaua‘i — Show Airs Thursday on NBC
 

Navy Relocates 44 Albatross Eggs from Kaua‘i to O‘ahu

A U.S. Navy C-26 took off from Kaua‘i Wednesday on a scheduled weekly mission to O‘ahu carrying some unusual space-available cargo — 44 Laysan albatross eggs destined for relocation to the James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge. The Navy in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Pacific Rim Conservation are attempting to establish […]

Planned Kaua‘i Philippine Cultural Center Receives $25K from KFCC

The planned Kaua‘i Philippine Cultural Center received a $25,000 donation from the Kaua‘i Filipino Cultural Center on Monday. The funds will go toward construction of a cultural center adjacent to the YMCA in Puhi. When finished, the project will occupy 3.49 acres and will include two buildings — one for the administration, measuring 12,725 square […]

KCC Digital Photography Student Art Exhibit in Waimea

Some pictures are worth more than a thousand words — they’re priceless. For those who appreciate photography, and for everyone else too, this is good time to check out what Kaua‘i’s aspiring photographers are capturing through their lenses. Kaua’i Community College students in both the introductory and intermediate levels of Digital Photography courses are exhibiting […]

‘The Biggest Loser’ Lands on Kaua‘i — Show Airs Thursday on NBC

For the remaining six contestants of NBC’s “The Biggest Loser: Glory Days,” an invigorating journey to Kaua‘i will help them achieve to their goals and inspire them to fulfill their New Year’s resolutions. “Kaua‘i was the perfect place for us to film because it provided adventure as well as beauty. Those are two things that […]

Navy Relocates 44 Albatross Eggs from Kaua‘i to O‘ahu

19 December 2014

A U.S. Navy C-26 took off from Kaua‘i Wednesday on a scheduled weekly mission to O‘ahu carrying some unusual space-available cargo — 44 Laysan albatross eggs destined for relocation to the James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge. The Navy in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Pacific Rim Conservation are attempting to establish […]

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Planned Kaua‘i Philippine Cultural Center Receives $25K from KFCC

18 December 2014

The planned Kaua‘i Philippine Cultural Center received a $25,000 donation from the Kaua‘i Filipino Cultural Center on Monday. The funds will go toward construction of a cultural center adjacent to the YMCA in Puhi. When finished, the project will occupy 3.49 acres and will include two buildings — one for the administration, measuring 12,725 square […]

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KCC Digital Photography Student Art Exhibit in Waimea

17 December 2014

Some pictures are worth more than a thousand words — they’re priceless. For those who appreciate photography, and for everyone else too, this is good time to check out what Kaua‘i’s aspiring photographers are capturing through their lenses. Kaua’i Community College students in both the introductory and intermediate levels of Digital Photography courses are exhibiting […]

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‘The Biggest Loser’ Lands on Kaua‘i — Show Airs Thursday on NBC

16 December 2014

For the remaining six contestants of NBC’s “The Biggest Loser: Glory Days,” an invigorating journey to Kaua‘i will help them achieve to their goals and inspire them to fulfill their New Year’s resolutions. “Kaua‘i was the perfect place for us to film because it provided adventure as well as beauty. Those are two things that […]

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Hawai‘i Wisdom — December

15 December 2014

E lei kau, e lei ho‘oilo i ke aloha “Love is worn like a wreath through the summers and winters.” Love is everlasting. Source: ‘Olelo No‘eau, by Mary Kawena Pukui

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Koko and Maka — I Miss You!

14 December 2014

By Barbara Bennett As I sit here, quietly watching the wild cats in the neighborhood munching down the cat food I put out daily on my patio, it reminds me of my pets, Maka and Koko, who are now gone. Loving my two boys, Koko and Maka, made me realize just how lucky they were […]

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DLNR Goes Indigogo for Rat Control

13 December 2014

The state Department of Land and Natural Resources teamed up with the University of Hawai‘i and a nonprofit organization to come up with a creative alternative to save Kaua‘i’s endangered species: Fundraising at Indigogo. The Kaua‘i Forest Bird Recovery Project — a collaborative project of DLNR’s Division of Forestry and Wildlife, UH Pacific Cooperative Studies […]

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Kaua‘i Authors and Publishers Unite to Improve Book Quality

11 December 2014

By Melissa Mojo Authors and publishers on Kaua‘i are joining forces to improve the professional quality of their books. The brand new trade association Kaua‘i Independent Authors and Publishers Association meets on the third Tuesday evening of every month at a private home in Kapahi. “With the advances in desktop publishing software and the affordability […]

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Kaua‘i’s History as Seen from the Path

10 December 2014

By Tommy Noyes Learning about an unfamiliar area’s unique characteristics is a sure way to enrich a visitor’s experience. The same may be true for gaining a deeper appreciation of your local surroundings — understanding the factors that shaped your home town. Ke Ala Hele Makalae, East Kaua‘i’s coastal path system, now features more than two-dozen cultural markers and interpretive signs spread […]

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Red Mangrove’s Invasion of Hawai‘i’s Coastline: Why Does it Matter?

09 December 2014

By Ruby Pap On a recent trip to an estuarine restoration conference in Washington, D.C., I was inspired by all the hardworking efforts worldwide to restore coastal ecosystems. In a session on restoration of coastal mangroves in El Salvador, I was also reminded about how a “good thing” in one place can spell disaster in […]

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