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Leading candidates not good for U.S.

January 8, 2016 Here we are in another election year. What a sad state of affairs our country is in when our main choices to vote for president are Donald Trump and Hillary Clinto. more »»

MPD responded to call about fireworks

January 8, 2016 I’d like to share a different view from the negative letter (Letters, Jan. 3) regarding fireworks enforcemen. more »»

When sugar cane is gone, ‘Waikikihei’ will follow

January 8, 2016 Two things I never thought I’d be happy about, my age, 83, and how long it takes to get anything done on Maui. When our beautiful sugar cane is gone, Kihei will become the long predicted “Waikikihei. more »»

End of sugar crop a belated victory

January 8, 2016 Good riddance to HC&S and their worthless and problematic sugar crop, which made a few very wealthy at the expense of thousands of imported slaves. more »»

Publishing cartoon antithetical to justice

January 8, 2016 Bill Cosby may or may not be a rapist and a jury of his peers has yet to be called, let alone decide upon the facts. So unless there is a conviction, the allegations are just that — allegations. more »»

One good thing about mongoose in Hawaii

January 7, 2016 The one good thing about the mongoose in Hawaii is that we will never have a Brown Tree Snake problem here like they do on Guam. more »»

Changing governance proposal on KCA agenda

January 7, 2016 The Kihei Community Association (KCA) has a never-discussed item for its meeting and while the topic has been considered in the community several times in past half century, to our knowledge it has... more »»

Channel markers, safety buoys needed

January 7, 2016 Without a U.S. Coast Guard captain’s license, Hawaii law requires all boaters to successfully complete a boating safety certification course prior to operating any vessel in the state. more »»

Jersey barriers cannot stop or prevent erosion

January 7, 2016 The picture of Jersey barriers being placed along an eroded section of Honoapiilani Highway that appeared in the Sunday Maui News (Jan. more »»

Subject-verb agreement, headlines in error

January 6, 2016 Please, please, The Maui News, rehire copy editors; children may be reading. Twice in a span of four days, this paper printed god-awful headlines, so bad they caused great pain to my sensibilit. more »»

Counts blessings to live in a civilized society

January 6, 2016 Decent people form the backbone of a civilized society. Recently, I returned to my parked car to find what turned out to be $1,350 of damage to my body’s side fender. more »»

Motorcycle officers’ garb called into question

January 6, 2016 After a 30-year hiatus, it is a good thing Maui County officials are resurrecting a contingent of motorcycle officers to help curtail speeding and other traffic infractions (The Maui News, Jan 2). more »»

Make building new Maui jail a priority

January 5, 2016 An article on Dec. 15 highlighted a not so talked about problem of overcrowding in our jail. At face value, it doesn’t seem like a problem needing immediate addressing by our government. more »»

PACT here to help reduce teen suicide

January 5, 2016 I always look forward to reading Kathy Collins’ column “Sharing Mana‘o” and I was so moved by her column on Dec. 2. more »»

Pay disparity for clerks should be corrected

January 5, 2016 I’d like to thank Mayor Arakawa and his staff on transmitting Budget Amendment BF-38 to the County Council. more »»

Look around, we are facing ‘poho’ times

January 5, 2016 If I had the power, only if, so chill out before you get all serious. If I had the power, there would not be a mayor, a managing director, County Council, and department heads. I would be in charge. more »»

Support for wage increases appreciated

January 3, 2016 I want to send a big mahalo to the mayor and his staff or sending Amendment BF-38 to the County Council asking for a preliminary wage increase for Unit 03 employees. more »»

Helpless poor being abandoned by society

January 3, 2016 Well I lost in the Department of Housing and Urban Development lottery for housing assistance — my last chance to win a way to pay rent before I’m kicked out of Ka Hale A Ke Ola transitional housing... more »»

Dog attacks should be considered assault

January 3, 2016 There is an escape hatch open, it is called a civil matter. more »»

We need to look past our lifetimes

January 3, 2016 This a good time to deal with some truths, errors and or lies. Global warming is the fault of humans. Most science agree. more »»



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