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Nuclear weapons still a serious threat to humanity

August 16, 2015 On the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing in 1945 of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, it’s crucial to remind ourselves that there is still a very serious threat to the survival of humanity from nuclear... more »»

Mayor’s hiring move a knowing slap in the face

August 16, 2015 Please tell me this is some weird nightmare. more »»

Driver morale low at MEO transportation

August 16, 2015 I can’t believe Maui Economic Opportunity transportation management doesn’t even care about their drivers. more »»

Reimann will do great job as housing director

August 16, 2015 I have known Carol Reimann a long time. I’ve watched her work. She is one of the most capable executives on Maui. She is smart, she is a good listener and she knows how to get things don. more »»

One can picked up twice a week enough

August 16, 2015 The 3 can deal is a rip-off. Come on, people of Kihei, are we going to let these people in our county government keep on taking from us? Uku pau was first, then the brown can, then the three cans. more »»

Taxi companies can work to improve service

August 16, 2015 Recently, there was an article in The Maui News regarding taxi drivers complaining about Uber. Upon review, I have to say that I understand completely why they are upset. more »»

County can do better during water outages

August 16, 2015 The recent water outages on Maui made one thing perfectly clear: Our county leaders can do better. For one thing, a message should be placed on the incoming lines at the county water department. more »»

Doomsday scene of dust bowl a scare tactic

August 16, 2015 As the cane burning issue grinds on, one issue that surfaces frequently as a warning is that the central isthmus of our island would turn into a dust bowl if cane, or another crop, were not being... more »»

Salary cuts would free money for county manager

August 14, 2015 There seems to be a push in certain circles to create a position of a Maui County manager to take over the day-to-day operations of the county government. more »»

Cannot find psychiatric services for brother

August 14, 2015 The American government has set up agencies that offer free services to people with developmental disabilities, and for the mentally and physically handicapped. more »»

Show reveals the sweet truth of living in Hawaii

August 14, 2015 Lucky we live Hawaii! Even luckier we live Maui! Could we make it even better? CNN recently aired Anthony (Tony) Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown” featuring Hawaii. more »»

No excuse for 45-minute wait for emergency services

August 13, 2015 What emergency services? Incredible as it may seem, on a recent day at 12:30 in front of Kihei Bay Vista at the 600 block of South Kihei Road, while I was unloading groceries, I observed an older ma... more »»

Treaty won’t be valid if Constitution not followed

August 13, 2015 The current Iran nuclear deal is a treaty and must be approved by the Senate. Webster’s Dictionary defines treaty as “an official agreement that is made between two or more countries or group. more »»

‘Parallel science’ on cane burning cherry picks data

August 13, 2015 My concern with the cane burning issue is the actual cane smoke exposure time to our residents. more »»

GPA of greater than 3 represents above average

August 12, 2015 An Aug. 6 letter in The Maui News Opinion section stated that students who use social media have a grade-point average (GPA) of 3.06 while those who do not have a GPA of 3.82. more »»

Injunction aims to take down sugar plantation

August 12, 2015 Stop Cane Burning’s request for an injunction clearly aims to take down Hawaii’s last sugar plantation. more »»

Islands belong primarily to indigenous Hawaiians

August 12, 2015 Queen Lili‘uokalani fought with peace and that is who these Hawaiians follow as they pick up momentum in this movement. more »»

Burning of sugar cane should not be stopped

August 12, 2015 Our fields of sugar cane are an important part of our environment which contribute beautiful open spaces. more »»

Privatization is the only choice for Maui Memorial

August 12, 2015 I commend The Maui News for its Aug. 7 editorial on cane burning. The point that the “cure” cannot be worse than the ailment is very well put. more »»



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