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Letters to the Editor

Voyagers, indeed The role of Native Hawaiians in American wars goes back much further than the Civil War (MidWeek Kaua’i Feature Story, July 10). The following four Hawaiians served in the U.S. Navy during the War of 1812 against Great Britain: Thomas Hopu, William Kanui, George Kaumuali’i and John Honoli’i. Thomas Hopu was a POW […]

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The Hanalei River “breach” (correctly called an “avulsion”) has been the subject of several studies. The current effort performed by AECOM was funded by NRCS/East Kaua’i Soil and Water Conservation District. The site is located on state land and any permitting for work will be under the jurisdiction of the state and federal governments. The […]