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The State of Aloha

July 3, 2015 The Hawaiian flag is strange. In the top left-hand corner sits the Union Jack and it is placed on top wide stripes — eight of them — in a strange order: white, red and blue. more »»

Federal judge’s ruling invalidating GMO vote comes as no surprise

July 3, 2015 By now there has been widespread coverage throughout Hawaii and abroad about U.S. more »»

Maui Nei

July 2, 2015 The official arrival of Mahina Piha was 24 hours away. Even so, the not-quite full moon lit the landscape and obliterated all but the most luminous stars. more »»

Independence means freedom from inappropriate special funds

July 2, 2015 Special funding is one of the complications of public finance in Hawaii that we at the Tax Foundation of Hawaii have pointed out over the years. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

July 1, 2015 Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything. Plato said that. more »»

Maui Connections

June 30, 2015 Ganjafest? Wha dat? Willie K — “the most talented man to ever come out of the islands,” according to emcee Kathy Collins — got me out of my Kula homebody ways, and out of my comfort zone Saturday, t... more »»

Ask The Mayor

June 29, 2015 Q: I saw some pictures online about what the new Waikamoi Flume looks like and it looks great. more »»

Council welcomes fiscal year with more transparency

June 28, 2015 The county’s $620.7 million budget for fiscal year 2016 will take effect Wednesday. The council approved the budget with significant public input in more than two dozen public meetings. more »»

Neighbors: The future looks bright

June 26, 2015 At first glance, Jennifer Suzuki’s Kahului home looks like a typical suburban household — until you reach the kitchen, where you’ll find the family’s dining table engulfed by a 12-foot by 12-foot... more »»

Unfounded attacks have no place when testifying for or against a bill

June 26, 2015 Last week, the Maui Chamber of Commerce, along with several other individuals, testified in support of a bill (PC21) to amend Chapter 2. more »»

Maui Nei

June 25, 2015 The history of government hospitals on Maui began in Lahaina as a party house for Kamehameha III. After the king began spending more time in Honolulu, his hideaway on Front Street was leased to the U. more »»

Friends don’t let friends pay higher taxes, do they?

June 25, 2015 “Friends don’t let friends pay higher taxes. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

June 24, 2015 A little touch, a warm embrace, The fading light on your sweet face; Smiles in the corners of your eyes And mine open wide in deep surpris. more »»

Maui Connections

June 23, 2015 Hansen Road remains closed for repaving to through traffic, but you can still take a dusty ride down a bumpy road to Maui’s past if you turn at the sugar mill. more »»

Ask The Mayor

June 22, 2015 Mayor Alan Arakawa answers some of the most-asked questions submitted to his office staff. Q: I live on Hui Road F and it is a mess, filled with potholes. more »»

Special council meeting to consider veto override

June 21, 2015 This is an important week for Maui County Council members and, more important, our constituents. In a special meeting Monday at 9 a.. more »»

The State of Aloha

June 19, 2015 Complaining about tourists is a favorite pastime here. Sure, their dollars keep our economy running. And yes, I get it. more »»

Maui chamber showcases county at gathering in Washington, D.C.

June 19, 2015 Last week the Maui Chamber of Commerce participated with approximately 50 companies and 100 individuals from Hawaii in the “Hawaii On The Hill” event in Washington, D.C. more »»

Maui Nei

June 18, 2015 Cecil Paul Elkins was a true Upcountry character, full of stories, opinions and aloha. more »»

Where’s the tax stamp on that eggplant?

June 18, 2015 Being a lawmaker is never easy. more »»

 
 
 

 

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