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Girl is gone but her inspiring story lives on

September 15, 2014 While her life was tragically cut short during the Columbine High School shooting on April 20, 1999, Rachel Joy Scott’s shining example of kindness and compassion was not defeated that da. more »»

Conduct of MPD officer was a pleasant eye-opener

September 15, 2014 With police morality being heavily featured in the news these days, I’m compelled to share a recent experience with the Maui Police Department. I was pulled over for speeding on Memorial Day. more »»

Behavior not representative of all Native Hawaiians

September 15, 2014 The Native Hawaiian Roll Commission has successfully enrolled 114,000 Hawaiians who would like to move forward and begin the process of nation building. more »»

Comments about Ray Rice situation disappointing

September 15, 2014 I’m disappointed with comments I’m hearing from ESPN about the Ray Rice situation. more »»

MECO energy plan is a step in the right direction

September 15, 2014 The proposed Maui Electric Co. more »»

Visitor applauds choice of Faaumu as MPD chief

September 15, 2014 As a yearly visitor to Maui, I have been following the chief of police selection process with great interest. more »»

Because change is needed, keep Arakawa as mayor

September 15, 2014 I’ve read several letters about how Maui County needs change and that’s why people need to vote against Alan Arakawa. I disagree. more »»

Fundamental problem with GMOs is not scientific

September 15, 2014 Opinions are divided on the science around genetically modified organisms, but the fundamental problem is not scientific but political and economic. The problem is that U.S. more »»

Hawaiian-U.S. relationship not one based on race

September 14, 2014 Back in July, the U.S. Interior and Justice departments visited Maui to ask Native Hawaiian residents whether they wanted the United States to help them with nation building. more »»

Maui farmers won’t be hurt by the GMO moratorium

September 14, 2014 Is the moratorium on genetically modified organisms (also called the Maui Voter Initiative on Genetically Engineered Organisms) going to hurt farmers? The answer is no. more »»

Council slow to address issue of clerks’ salaries

September 14, 2014 The Maui County Council’s Policy and Intergovernmental Affairs Committee needs to put the clerk repricing request PIA-67 on its agenda ASAP. more »»

Efforts to undermine term limits objectionable

September 14, 2014 The recent dust-up between the mayor and County Council Member Mike White (The Maui News, Aug. 7) has brought out the worst in the mayor. more »»

Criminal justice system in Hawaii is appalling

September 14, 2014 Probation for a convicted pedophile (The Maui News, Sept. 6)? Are you kidding? A convicted pedophile on Maui gets probation for forced oral sex on a minor and is merely placed on probation. more »»

Kihei high school on agenda for next KCA meeting

September 14, 2014 While many in our community thought plans were all in place to begin construction of the Board of Education’s Kihei high school to open in 2016, oral rumblings indicate it may be much later than that. more »»

Shoreline work done along highway isn’t working

September 14, 2014 The shoreline work completed between the pali and Lahaina town to shore up the highway has serious faults. It is causing additional highway frontage and beaches on both sides of the seawalls to erode. more »»

Happy to see mayor passionate about issue

September 13, 2014 Geevum, mayor. When I started to read the Sept. 3 Maui News and got to the story about the trash pickup, I was so happy to hear the mayor being so passionate about the issue. more »»

Chief Tivoli Faaumu is the right choice for MPD

September 13, 2014 The Maui Police Commission is to be commended for its selection of Police Chief Tivoli Faaumu (The Maui News, Sept. 6). more »»

Start out fresh and vote in Paltin as new mayor

September 13, 2014 I’d like a new politics on Maui and want us to start fresh by voting out most incumbents from offic. more »»

Beautiful walk has turned into a dangerous one

September 13, 2014 I live in Haiku and my doctor said I should walk for my health. I had a beautiful walk that I even taped and sent to my friends, but that’s all changed now. more »»

Problem of overgrown vegetation creating danger

September 13, 2014 For several months I have been expecting action by the Public Works Department concerning overgrown vegetation along roads in Haik. more »»

 
 

 

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