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Some people abuse existence of library

November 20, 2015 Over the last five years, the Lahaina Public Library has undergone many changes. more »»

Kudos for Maui Bus upgrade proposals

November 20, 2015 I want to congratulate the Maui County Department of Transportation for the fine work they and their consultants have done in developing the new draft Maui County Short-Range Transit Plan. more »»

When did socialism become a bad thing?

November 19, 2015 When did socialism become a bad thing? The United States is already about as socialist as you can get. I thought a reminder and clarification is in order. more »»

Veterans deserve all the help they can get

November 19, 2015 Well, America, it’s time to thank all our veterans for our freedom and now it’s time for Congress to get off their fat behind and give our veterans what they deserve. more »»

Government officials ignore their own rules

November 19, 2015 A Nov. 6 letter writer’s criticism of the explanation Wayne Hedani (Viewpoint, Oct. more »»

Arakawa administration failing people of Maui

November 19, 2015 The Arakawa administration is, by many standards, failing the people of Maui. more »»

Is sugar cane burning the cause of one’s asthma?

November 19, 2015 I was born at Puunene Hospital. For proof, I have a pink card showing my birth place. more »»

We need professional management for county

November 19, 2015 I concur with Council Member Gladys Baisa that Maui County’s community plan update process is dysfunctional (The Maui News, Nov. 7). more »»

Take measures to stop arrival of homeless

November 19, 2015 I commend Mayor Alan Arakawa’s initiative to address the homeless situation. As he indicates, ignoring it would only further aggravate it as can be seen on Oahu. more »»

One-party socialist political system cause of problems

November 19, 2015 In two recent editorials you bemoan the problems of the Hawaii Health Connector (Oct. 28) and the Honolulu rail mess (Oct. 29. more »»

New lights get attention of distracted motorists

November 18, 2015 Decades of ducking and diving to get across South Kihei Road has finally been met with a solution in the form of our new bright blinking lights that come on immediately when we push the button. more »»

Story about cane burn was kind of ridiculous

November 18, 2015 I don’t usually write letters of complaint — especially to newspapers. Your Nov. 4 story about the horrific cane burn of Nov. 3 when you interviewed the general manager of HC&S was kind of ridiculous. more »»

HC&S is anything but a friendly local neighbor

November 18, 2015 It is a cruel irony that some of the good people of Maui defend HC&S’ ghastly cane burning in the mistaken belief that HC&S is a venerable part of our island’s history. more »»

Meetings promote GMO fearmongering

November 18, 2015 Well, the week of anti-GMO promotion is upon us (Nov. 8). The week’s seminars on GMO scientific illiteracy will be to further advance the banning of GMOs. more »»

Population has grown since early days of cane burning

November 17, 2015 The writer of a Nov. 4 letter states that he is tired of hearing complaints about cane burning. He has every right to his opinion and to state so, but let’s consider some facts. more »»

Sam Hironaka showed love for his community

November 17, 2015 I wept when I learned of the death of my dear friend Sam Hironaka. He and I graduated from Maui High School in 1939. Throughout our years at Maui High, we bonded as close friends. more »»

Book explains what is happening to our planet

November 17, 2015 Once again (Nov. 4), The Maui News has front-paged more climate change propaganda from The Associated Press. more »»

Sunday Willie K show highly recommended

November 17, 2015 The Sunday Willie K show at The King Kamehameha Golf Club is the best I’ve seen in 32 years living on Maui. more »»

Validity of election continues to plummet

November 17, 2015 The validity of the current Na‘i Aupuni 2015 Delegate Election continues to plummet into its own necessary awakening. The Na‘i Aupuni ballot election began Nov. 1 and will end Nov. 30. more »»



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