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Discovering one’s own humanity a place to start

December 10, 2014 On Dec. 4, The Maui News printed a letter ending, “Call me a racist and I will continue to be until there is not longer black vs. white and everyone is just a human being and acts accordingly. more »»

An idea how to put old Matson containers to use

December 10, 2014 This is just an idea, maybe someone wrote about it already. But what if somebody or some group purchases some acres and puts old Matson containers on there and pimped them out to live in. more »»

Pick up trash as scheduled and stop with excuse

December 8, 2014 Once again Dec. 5, for about the 10th time since July, the Ulumalu Road trash collection has not been done. more »»

People should have the right to die on own terms

December 8, 2014 Right on to a Dec. 1 letter writer. The right to die topic is discussed freely in the senior community. more »»

New education board, superintendent called for

December 8, 2014 This is the year that we were promised that, as the No Child Left Behind program was implemented, all students would achieve at least an average score on a test of essential competencies. more »»

Victim of fall seeks to contact those who helped

December 8, 2014 I took a pretty bad fall Nov. 30 at in the Keopuolani Park parking lot. Several people stopped to ask if I was OK. But at least two people were pretty important. My face got busted up rather bad. more »»

Poisoning of the land should be investigated

December 7, 2014 I couldn’t believe the full-page thank-you ad in the Nov. 30 paper. “Maui County is a special place where we all care for the land and the people. more »»

County’s support for bike lanes is found lacking

December 7, 2014 I am an avid biker and always frustrated to find there aren’t enough bike lanes to ride safely throughout Maui Count. more »»

Quality adult day care services are being offered

December 7, 2014 The survey sponsored by AARP regarding services provided by Maui caregivers to their loved ones that appeared in The Maui News (Nov. 30) was very informative but incomplete. more »»

Much more to do to secure renewable energy future

December 7, 2014 Now that we have shown how passionate we can be about genetically modified organism, I’m hoping we can get that kind of support toward getting our renewable energy future secured for Mau. more »»

Letter about race should not have been printed

December 7, 2014 Shame on The Maui News for printing on Dec. 4 a letter from the guy who outed himself as a racist and said he was proud of it. more »»

Avoid price gouging by buying via the Internet

December 5, 2014 Too bad we can’t buy gasoline on the Internet. I asked a local source the price of an item I needed and was quoted $28. more »»

Letter writer appreciates the work of editors

December 5, 2014 Here’s to all my letters that never saw the light of day; those witty essays that didn’t make it to the hallowed opinion pages of Maui’s oldest and most influential newspaper. more »»

Lousy voter turnout could be basis for lottery

December 5, 2014 Because of such poor voter turnout, we should consider a lottery using ballot receipts. We could require the various candidates to fund it. Just a thought. more »»

Democracy is an ongoing experiment in awareness

December 5, 2014 Imagine a spoiled rich girl whose heart is irretrievably awakened by a 3-year-old street urchin on a garbage heap in Indi. more »»

Being black doesn’t make criminals out of victims

December 4, 2014 I just read a letter advising: “Don’t make martyrs out of demonstrable criminals” (Nov. 30). It deals with the murder of two young black men by a police officer and a wannabe cop. more »»

A bad seed has put the black population in a hole

December 4, 2014 Let us go back to the O.J. Simpson verdict of “not guilty.” We should have burned down Beverly Hills in demonstratio. more »»

D.C. buses could run forever on new fuel mixture

December 4, 2014 According to The Washington Post, a bus dubbed the “poo bus” hit the road in England running on human poop and food waste. With a full tank, the bus can travel up to 186 miles. Wow! In Washington, D. more »»

Use of cheap sealant is bad news for motorists

December 4, 2014 I’m writing regarding the notice (The Maui News, Nov. 30) about the county’s upcoming plan to seal coat another island road. more »»

When did the meaning of ‘Black Friday’ change?

December 4, 2014 Now I know I must be getting old. All these references to “Black Friday” in regard to the endless after-Thanksgiving Day sales are confusing to me. I always thought Friday, No. more »»

 
 
 

 

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