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September 30, 2015 Never mind Bernie and Hilary. Forget The Donald (please?!). That election is a year away. I just cast my vote in a more immediate contest: the National Toy Hall of Fame class of 2015. more »»

Captive insurance: The clean version

September 30, 2015 This year, the IRS has added a new item to its “Dirty Dozen,” a list of tax scams that the agency is on the watch for. The item is “Captive Insurance,” a topic that is near and dear to Hawaii. more »»

Maui Connections

September 29, 2015 When it’s college football season everywhere else, it’s also Rainbow Wahine season here. Add that to the Lucky You Live Hawaii list. more »»

Ask The Mayor

September 28, 2015 Q: I’m interested in getting information under the Freedom of Information Act. more »»

Preventing homelessness in county makes economic sense

September 27, 2015 It’s safe to say at this time Maui County’s social landscape doesn’t mirror Oahu’s. more »»

The State of Aloha

September 25, 2015 The other day I was driving along Piilani Highway in Kihei when I looked over on the mauka side and saw the rolling hills turn from a dusty brown to the familiar verdant green near Ulupalakua Ranch. more »»

Too much candidate, not enough voters

September 25, 2015 The most recent Republican presidential debate from the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library brought to mind one of my favorite anecdotes. After President Franklin D. more »»

Bill provides a victory for local manufacturers and agriculture

September 24, 2015 After being worked on for nearly two years in the Maui County Council’s Economic Development, Energy, Agriculture and Recreation Committee, the council approved the bill on Sept. more »»

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September 23, 2015 I think I’m in love with someone. Had I known those seven little words would cause so much confusion, aggravation and even physical pain, I would not have posted them on Facebook. more »»

Can we save the EITC by making the form tougher?

September 23, 2015 We have written before about the federal Earned Income Tax Credit, or EITC, which even folks the likes of Warren Buffett have endorsed as a means of targeting tax relief to the working poor. more »»

Maui Connections

September 22, 2015 The mountain was alive with the sound of music Saturday. I got to St. more »»

Ask The Mayor

September 21, 2015 Q: I am concerned about the growing homeless camp by the fence bordering the wildlife sanctuary at Kanaha Pond. There’s already been one fire there this past week. more »»

Council committees working on affordable housing programs

September 20, 2015 Affordable housing continues to be a priority for the Maui County Council. more »»

Neighbors: Making Tracks

September 18, 2015 When Cheryl King took a summer job as a beach lifeguard on Hilton Head Island in South Carolina nearly two decades ago, she never expected to find the path to her future nestled in the sand there. more »»

Hawaii’s renewable energy future deserves honest discussion, debate

September 18, 2015 Looking at the latest monthly electric power bills from across the nation, Hawaii still has the highest average utility bills in every category, according to statistics from the U.S. more »»

Maui Nei

September 17, 2015 For Mauians of a certain age, the Maui Fair is an annual exercise in nostalgia. more »»

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September 16, 2015 What do Willie Nelson, the Holy Ghost bread ladies, Kalama Intermediate School student council, developer Everett Dowling, Maui Police Department juvenile investigators and members of Hui O Na Wai... more »»

12-month rule: Heads they win, tails you lose in net income tax

September 16, 2015 One provision in the Hawaii net income tax system that continues to cause angst and frustration among major corporations and ordinary taxpayers alike is our “12-month rule. more »»

Maui Connections

September 15, 2015 Haleakala’s trails may be the pathway to the next human rights movement. more »»

Anti-sugar-farming views represent effort to instill fear in community

September 15, 2015 Karen Chun and Brad Edwards in their Viewpoint column (“What are A&B’s long-term goals?” Sept. 1) have gone beyond the usual over-the-top claims, which have been repeatedly debunked. more »»



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