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Spray-painting vandalism is deplored by SHAKA

October 5, 2014 The SHAKA Movement is saddened that an overzealous critic of the agro-chemical company’s genetically modified organism and pesticide activities on Maui would be so misguided so as to perform acts of... more »»

Advice offered for beachgoers to avoid thefts

October 5, 2014 There have been several thefts including cars at Ahihi Bay recently. The thieves pick up the beach bags along the cove and drive up to the parking lot. more »»

There’s a reason to vote no on the GMO moratorium

October 5, 2014 While traveling the length of Mexico during the ’70s and ’80s, I tried to avoid hanging out with other gringos like myself. more »»

Cranston Kapoi is working to build a better Maui

October 5, 2014 Cranston Kapoi (candidate for state House, District 8) — husband, father, grandfather, better than average golfer, Christian mentor, business owner, building inspector, church and association board... more »»

Big money is going to opponent of Elle Cochran

October 4, 2014 Did you all see the money flowing into Elle Cochran’s opponent’s coffer? We’re told $175,000, and that’s from PACs which support him in this election. more »»

Responsibility for framing laws lies with council

October 4, 2014 In my mind, we as a body politic are served by political power when elected political officials, who take an oath to protect and defend diversity in the form of equality, act and create directives w... more »»

What is the status of proposed Kihei Greenway?

October 4, 2014 This is a challenge to all who care for their community and our home island. more »»

Lies and scare tactics being used by GMO lobbies

October 4, 2014 I am being bullied by receiving glossy, expensive fliers about the so-called “farming ban” initiative. more »»

Scary future is seen for Maui without GMO testing

October 4, 2014 Imagine genetically modified organism production in Maui County given the go-ahead in 2014 without further testing. more »»

Can’t assume our future generations will be safe

October 4, 2014 In response to a Sept. more »»

Inspectors applauded for professionalism

October 4, 2014 I requested an inspection for a property to make sure it was up to code. Within a week, I was contacted by all four county inspectors, and met with them at my property. more »»

More repairs needed at Haliimaile tennis court

October 4, 2014 In 2013, I wrote a letter to the mayor and one to The Maui News (Letters, June 14, 2013) about the bad condition of the tennis court in Haliimaile. more »»

GMO moratorium would not destroy farming on Maui

October 3, 2014 I earn my living as a farmer on the Big Island. I grow macadamia nuts, avocados, dragonfruit and vegetables. more »»

Maui was better off in days before GMOs arrived

October 3, 2014 Pre-genetically modified organisms, Maui grew food for 90 percent of the state. Post-GMO, we are importing 90 percent of our food. more »»

Questions raised on what really happened on 9/11

October 3, 2014 Now that the 13th anniversary of 9/11 is passed, I have four questions to ask: * In the seconds prior to the so-called airliner crashing into tower two, hundreds of New York eyewitnesses noticed... more »»

Sports complex in violation of Maui Island Plan

October 3, 2014 The proposed Central Maui Sports Complex clearly violates the Maui Island Plan 2030, approved in December 2012. more »»

Consequences of farming ban dangerous for Maui

October 3, 2014 Contrary to recent comments, the Maui County farming ban initiative targets far more than only two companies. more »»

GMOs do not have a right to presumed innocence

October 3, 2014 In response to “GMOs have been thoroughly tested and approved” (Letters, Sept. more »»

Rights do not require a license from government

October 3, 2014 A Sept. 22 letter writer disputed the fact that marriage is a tradition and not a right, by saying that marriage requires a government license. more »»

Ads attacking GMO initiative confuse, mislead

October 2, 2014 After careful study, I am voting for the Maui ban on genetically engineered farming. more »»



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