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Pharmacist has uplifting, life-affirming message

June 21, 2015 Compliments to The Maui News for the article on pharmacist Dustin Rudolph, who advocates a plant-based, whole foods diet (June 17). more »»

Closing of Wailuku bank branch a bad decision

June 21, 2015 What was Bank of Hawaii thinking to close its much used branch in Maui’s business and government center? Another empty building on Main Street — what a shame. Bad decision all around. more »»

Kahului Airport needs a major reconditioning

June 21, 2015 The main airport at Kahului is in need of a major face-lift. more »»

Loss of limu indicates ecological damage

June 19, 2015 The disappearance of limu (seaweed) from our coastal waters is another indication of the damage that is being done to that area. more »»

HC&S manager could attend Kihei meeting

June 19, 2015 It is very gratifying to learn that Rick Volner Jr. cares enough about the South Maui community to speak to Council Member Don Couch, who represents the district (Viewpoint, June 14). more »»

Deaths of Maui youths cause for great sadness

June 19, 2015 Five youthful smiling faces — all gone, murdered! (The Maui News, June 13. more »»

John Fogerty performed with energy and passion

June 19, 2015 The writer who complained about John Fogerty’s recent show at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center (Letters, June 12) must have seen a different concert than the one I saw. more »»

Several troubling items in letter about rock show

June 18, 2015 In response to the June 12 letter titled “Many fans left rock show disappointed,” we are very sorry the writer had such a horrible time at the show. more »»

Check website to stay in touch with South Maui

June 18, 2015 Occasional letters to this publication from South Maui (and other) guys saying they were unaware of various happenings in our area will find topics often are already on our Kihei Community... more »»

Agriculture activity in compliance with laws

June 18, 2015 Pu‘unoa is a commercial agricultural subdivision with little or no agriculture activity. I have lived in Pu‘unoa for 10 years and have worked to set up an ag operatio. more »»

Fogerty concert was so loud couldn’t hear lyrics

June 18, 2015 We agree with the June 12 letter about the John Fogerty concert. It was terrible. more »»

County Charter requires council to abolish overlapping functions

June 17, 2015 It’s a document that not every citizen would enjoy leafing through, but as an elected official of many years, I can say from experience that it is a legal document that provides guidance when we nee... more »»

Cane smoke issue must be resolved

June 17, 2015 As two of South Maui’s most critical complainants of HC&S’ cane burning for three decades, it is gratifying that the subject has finally left the editorial page. more »»

First ever 5-day blood drive coming to Maui

June 17, 2015 Due to the disruptions and interruptions caused by the rail construction adjacent to the Blood Bank of Hawaii Center in Honolulu, the number of blood donations at the center has dropped... more »»

Hats off to the flying nurses and Kaiser

June 17, 2015 I broke my neck a couple of weeks ago and was flown to Honolulu/Kaiser and operated o. more »»

Newcomers trying to change the Valley Isle

June 16, 2015 The last couple of days reading the letters to the editor (June 9 and 10) really makes me wonder how the same people that moved to South Maui after doing zero research before relocating their family... more »»

Where new representative stands on GMO issues

June 16, 2015 I live on Molokai and am just writing to make the Maui people aware of newly appointed state Rep. Lynne DeCoite’s position on genetically modified organisms. After her appointment, I wrote to Rep. more »»

Film festival went well, thanks for the support

June 16, 2015 A huge mahalo to all the attendees, volunteers, staff, sponsors, and advertisers who took part in the Maui Film Festival at Wailea and the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. more »»

There’s much to learn from the Hawaiians

June 16, 2015 Last Monday at Savers I saw a young man buy some warm clothes. “Going to a cold place?” “Yes. Mauna Kea.” After Gov. David Ige predictably caved, I thought the Hawaiians would give it up. more »»

If you don’t like cane smoke, leave

June 16, 2015 I am so tired of people coming to Maui and want to change things. more »»



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