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Molokai and Maui set to see high surf

April 13, 2014 The National Weather Service has posted a high-surf advisory for the east-facing shores of Maui and Molokai until 6 p.m. Monday. more »»

Farewell — crisis intervention class

April 12, 2014 FIRST PHOTO: Gov. Neil Abercrombie applauds outgoing Maui County Forensic Coordinator Dr. more »»

Monsanto facing fine for claims in air pollution case

April 12, 2014 Monsanto Co. would pay the state $3,000 to settle a case involving air pollution violations in 2012 at its Molokai operations, according to a proposed settlement. more »»

Candidates trickle in; deadline approaches

April 12, 2014 With a filing deadline less than two months away, candidates are slowly trickling in to check out or file papers for political offices, according to a check Friday of state election records. more »»

A ‘Maui mahalo’ to Akaka

April 12, 2014 FIRST PHOTO: Former U.S. Sen. Daniel Akaka delivers remarks Thursday night during the “Maui Mahalo to Sen. Daniel K. more »»

Artist, architect receives grant to create artwork for Kalama school

April 12, 2014 An artist and architect who attended Maui schools was awarded a $100,000 grant to create a major piece of art at Kalama Intermediate School. Matthew Salenger of Kihei and Tempe, Ariz. more »»

Public comment sought on water rate hikes

April 12, 2014 A meeting to hear public comment on proposed water rate and fee hikes in the upcoming fiscal year budget will be held at 6 p.m. more »»

County / In Brief

April 12, 2014 Police seek public’s help in ID’ing men The Maui Police Department released photos of three men connected to a robbery last month in north Kihei and is seeking the public’s help in identifying them. more »»

App-building workshops slated for UH-MC

April 12, 2014 Two eight-hour workshops on building apps for mobile devices will be held April 22 and 24 at the University of Hawaii Maui College. more »»

Repeated brown water incidents raise questions

April 11, 2014 A state Department of Health inspector will be making a site visit to a residential subdivision project on the west side today as part of an investigation into prolonged brown water incidents during... more »»

Mayor rejected Maui Lani option for service center

April 11, 2014 Mayor Alan Arakawa’s administration has asked the County Council to consider two options for a new site for the Maui County Service Center, but apparently there was a third choice. more »»

Molokai robotics team headed to world, international competitions

April 11, 2014 A robotics team from Molokai Middle School won the Hawaii VEX IQ tournament earlier this year and is headed to the world championships in Anaheim, Calif. more »»

Students give gifts to neighbors

April 11, 2014 First Photo: Wailuku Elementary School neighbor Shane Feiteira (from right) accepts a spring basket full of homemade cookies, popcorn and other goodies from students Haylee Miyagawa, 10, Troy Suzuki... more »»

‘Epic failure’ gets prison term

April 11, 2014 WAILUKU — A 30-year-old Wailuku man was deemed an “epic failure” by a judge Wednesday and given a 10-year prison term for violating probation three times last yea. more »»

Man, 24, killed in motorcycle crash

April 11, 2014 A 24-year-old Wailuku man died Wednesday night after a motorcycle he was riding collided with a guardrail along North Kihei Road near the Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge, police said. more »»

Maui County post offices to offer late drop-offs on Tax Day

April 11, 2014 Seven post offices in Maui County will accept federal income tax forms until midnight Tuesday — the day taxes are due — and postmark them for Tuesday. more »»

Bee grateful

April 10, 2014 First Photo: Worker bees circle their queen, ready to tend to her every need Wednesday morning during a visit to Kihei Elementary School’s garden. more »»

Talks on to generate biocrop power

April 10, 2014 A California-based renewable energy company hopes to revitalize about 2,000 acres of West Maui’s fallow farm lands to grow a biocrop that could be used to generate electricity while using county... more »»

Maui’s hotel occupancy dips

April 10, 2014 Maui’s hotel occupancy rate dropped 1.7 percentage points to 80.6 percent in February, compared with the same month last year, Hospitality Advisors reported this week. more »»

Oheo Stream still closed due to rain

April 10, 2014 The Oheo Stream along Pipiwai Trail remains closed to the public because of high water and damaged stream monitoring equipment, Haleakala National Park officials said Wednesday afternoon. more »»

 
 

 

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