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November 8, 2014 Haleakala is widely known for its iconic sunrises, breathtaking views and historical and cultural importance to Native Hawaiians — but the beauty of the mountain has more than meets the eye. more »»

Senators from Maui win key positions in leadersrship

November 8, 2014 All three Maui County senators have been tapped to hold key leadership positions at the state Legislature. Central Maui Sen. Gil Keith-Agaran will chair the Judiciary and Labor Committee. more »»

County / In Brief

November 8, 2014 Visitor arrested in separate thefts A California woman was arrested for allegedly stealing from a Lanai hotel and Hawaiian Airlines in separate felony theft investigations Wednesday, police said. more »»

Parts of Hawaii could develop drought next year

November 8, 2014 HONOLULU — Parts of Hawaii could develop drought early next year after a drier-than-normal wet season this winter, meteorologists said Friday. more »»

Opening means expanded dialysis services

November 7, 2014 FIRST PHOTO: Kahu Roy Newton conducts a blessing and maile ceremony for the grand opening of the Maui Liberty Dialysis Home Therapy Suite on Thursday afternoon in Wailuku. more »»

Fellow Democrats back Souki as speaker

November 7, 2014 Longtime Central Maui Re. more »»

Justice program helps residents help themselves

November 7, 2014 WAILUKU — With thousands of people representing themselves in civil legal matters in state courts, state Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Recktenwald said that the Judiciary continues to look for... more »»

‘Big three’ volunteers earn honor for service at center

November 7, 2014 WAILUKU — Second Circuit Judge Rhonda Loo calls them the “big three” of Belsom, Blaine and Bajon. more »»

Business park sales bolster HC&S’ bleak 3Q

November 7, 2014 The agribusiness sector of Alexander & Baldwin, which is mostly Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. in Puunene, recorded a $. more »»

Wares crafted for fair

November 7, 2014 FIRST PHOTO: Debbie Cabrinha-Cabrido, co-owner of DeRay’s Maui’s “Ono” Poi Mochi, serves up some of the delights Sunday morning during the Maui’s Sons and Daughters of the Nisei Veterans Holiday Fai... more »»

Proposal being sought on partnership for hospitals

November 7, 2014 With Kaiser Permanente and Hawaii Pacific Health both interested in a partnership to take over Maui Memorial Medical Center and other public hospitals in Maui County, the private health care... more »»

Bail at $800,000 in alleged machete attack on 2 people

November 7, 2014 An 18-year-old Lahaina man is being held in lieu of $800,000 bail after being charged with attempted murder for allegedly using a machete to attack a man and a woman last week in Lahaina town. more »»

Ceremonies, fundraiser scheduled in honor of Veterans Day

November 7, 2014 A series of veterans-related events are scheduled around Veterans Day, including a ceremony at the Makawao Veterans Cemetery on Tuesday morning. more »»

Closings in observance of holiday

November 7, 2014 All federal, state and county offices along with public schools will be closed Tuesday in observance of Veterans Day. Public libraries also will be closed. more »»

Man who was reported missing found, returning to Washington

November 7, 2014 A Washington state man who had been reported missing after unexpectedly arriving on Maui on Oct. 24 was located and went back to the Mainland this week, police said. more »»

Monsanto plans challenge to approved ban on GMOs

November 6, 2014 One day after a historic citizens initiative calling for a moratorium on the cultivation of all genetically engineered crops in Maui County passed, Monsanto Hawaii said that it intends to challenge... more »»

Maui County boasts best voter turnout

November 6, 2014 With the hotly contested and historic genetically modified organism moratorium on Tuesday’s ballot, Maui County posted the highest voter turnout rate in the state at 52. more »»


November 6, 2014 More than a decade ago, Venus Kawamoto, a former school cafeteria and hotel cook, turned her passion for cooking into a successful business, utilizing products the Valley Isle has to offer. more »»

New headmaster named at Seabury Hall

November 6, 2014 Seabury Hall has chosen a new headmaster to replace Joseph Schmidt, who will retire at the end of the school year after spending two decades at the Olinda campus. more »»



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