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Hawaiians came together to achieve worthy goal

October 21, 2014 Many endeavors improve with age and application, and the Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce is one such undertaking. On Oct. more »»

Time to normalize relations between U.S. and Cuba

October 21, 2014 Like a petulant child who didn’t get its way, the United States, through a senseless embargo, has chosen to pout for 50 years over Cuba’s right to choose communism as its form of governmen. more »»

Vote ‘yes’ to healthy future with GMO moratorium

October 21, 2014 The decision to vote “yes” on the genetically modified organism moratorium is basically a vote for a healthier future on Maui. more »»

Initiative has morphed beyond its original intent

October 21, 2014 When the anti-genetically modified organism movement was initiated a while back, I believed it was focused on protecting the right of personal choice by demanding that products be properly labeled,... more »»

GMO products are not fit for human consumption

October 21, 2014 As someone who used to work in the biotech industry, I urge all Maui County voters to support the moratorium on genetically modified organism crops. more »»

Voters need to understand agricultural issues on ballot

October 20, 2014 Hawaii voters will be faced with many important decisions relating to agriculture in the Nov. 4 electio. more »»

Maui residents are being gouged by gas prices

October 20, 2014 One thing I don’t understand is the price of gas here on Maui. Gas had been at $4.39 over here in Lahaina when gas on the open market (such as on the stock market) was $3.02. more »»

Voters are urged not to be swayed by propaganda

October 20, 2014 History is definitely repeating itself. Without sounding too simplistic, the sins that toppled some of history’s greatest governments are now taking shape in and taking hold of USA. more »»

Vote for those who will change backward system

October 20, 2014 Our hospital is underfunded and cutting services. We had a fully funded new state-of-the-art hospital ready to go, and our legislators stopped it from happening. more »»

Anti-GMO graffiti being cleaned up by seniors

October 19, 2014 As the president of the Lahaina-Honolua Senior Citizens’ Club, I, along with members of our club and many Lahaina residents, were saddened and distressed to wake up recently to find anti-GMO... more »»

Clerks make departments run seamlessly

October 19, 2014 In response to an Oct. more »»

Bees could be telling us something about GMOs

October 19, 2014 In the current debate about potential harm of genetically modified organisms, little has been mentioned locally about what is happening with bees, our primary pollinator. more »»

Attend next KCA meeting to hear from candidates

October 19, 2014 Is there anyone in the county who believes that everything our county government does is fine? OK, unlike that guy, most of us see room for improvement and proposed changes, but how does one effect... more »»

GMO manufacturers aiming to take over farming

October 19, 2014 There have been multiple references to the fact that the European Union has banned genetically modified organism foods but nobody has said why. more »»

Clerks worth even more than they are asking for

October 19, 2014 A letter on Oct. 1 was submitted by a community member who believes in the cause of equal pay for equal worth. An Oct. 8 letter writer responded, and I would like a chance to respond as well. more »»

Council is challenged to address repricing issue

October 19, 2014 This is in response to an Oct. more »»

Open gates of hell for perpetrators of beheadings

October 19, 2014 Here we go again. Another beheading, striking abject terror in another human being, by an apparent soulless entit. more »»

Decisions made to offer new health plans

October 18, 2014 When the Hawaii Medical Service Association was launched in 1938, the founders’ goal was nothing less than advancing the health of Hawaii. more »»

Voters disrespected by incumbent state lawmakers

October 18, 2014 What is the role of state senators and representatives? Do we elect them to represent Hawaii residents, or do we elect them to do what they think is best? If you ask them, they will say it is to... more »»

Why isn’t work on sports complex being halted?

October 18, 2014 The state Department of Land and Natural Resources and Lt. Gov. Shan Tsutsui have sunk to all-time lows. On Oct. more »»



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