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Governor needs to explain reasoning behind veto

July 18, 2014 SB2874 sought to: “Amend(s)the composition of the state Board of Land and Natural Resources by requiring that at least one member shall have a background in native Hawaiian traditional and customary... more »»

Mothers’ quotes epitomize Israeli-Arab conflict

July 17, 2014 No, not all mothers are the same. The two mothers quoted below should tell you everything you need to know about the Israeli, Palestine/Arab struggle. more »»

Many thanked for help during serious health event

July 17, 2014 I feel blessed. Recently I had a serious health experience and many people were involved in a successful outcome. more »»

Lawsuit filed against president explains a lot

July 17, 2014 John Boehner is suing President Obama for failing to implement a section of the Affordable Care Act that the Republicans in Congress hate. No wonder we’re in trouble. more »»

Don’t allow corporate interests so much power

July 17, 2014 If Monsanto refuses to label their products as GMO, or whatever serves, there is no reason in the universe why we should trust them regardless of any support they get, mostly from their staff. more »»

Expense of U.S. Embassy in Iraq boggles the mind

July 17, 2014 Re: July 11 letter “Middle East has proved to be a graveyard of empires”: Thank you to this letter writer for his synopsis of the disastrous fallout from the U.S. intervention in the Middle East. more »»

What’s holdup on decision for undersea cable?

July 16, 2014 I saw the June 28 letter to the editor regarding “New technology needed to hold down costs. more »»

Vote won’t be going to incumbent state senator

July 16, 2014 About a year ago, I was frustrated with the current child support system and felt it is very unfair in the way it is set up. more »»

Testimony from the kanaka maoli are inspiring

July 15, 2014 On Akaku, I have been listening to the testimonies of the kanaka maoli from all the islands. more »»

On the contrary, multiple ways to reach candidate

July 15, 2014 One of the realities of the letters to the editor section of The Maui News is that, within a very small parameter, people can write whatever they want; it is their opinion. more »»

Is the evolution of Brian Schatz to be trusted?

July 15, 2014 Who is the real Brian Schatz? When did Schatz evolve from a Palin-type conservative to the liberal he claims to be today? When running for the state House, he said: “I support traditional marriage. more »»

Evaluating teachers on test results is flawed

July 15, 2014 Campaign claims of rising test scores are probably premature. To get an accurate assessment of test results you need at least three to five years of test results. more »»

MEO helping transport Maui residents

July 14, 2014 If you need a ride to the doctor or day care, to the bank or senior club meeting, a youth activity or to church, Maui Economic Opportunity Inc. may be able to help. more »»

Store loses customer after no aloha shown

July 14, 2014 I took a friend to a supermarket in Kihei. She went in to shop and, while waiting in my truck, security told me I couldn’t loiter. I explained someone was in the store shopping. more »»

Candidate’s team adheres to roadside guidelines

July 14, 2014 I hope the writer of the letter on July 6 titled “Road sign wavers can pose risk to motorists” knows about the county’s guidelines for safe sign waving. more »»

Rider is grateful for MEO paratransit service

July 14, 2014 I am writing to share my personal experience with riding the Maui Economic Opportunity paratransit that has been operating one year as of July 1. more »»

Vote for Hanabusa, make Inouye’s dream come true

July 14, 2014 I have a question for all of you. Where did Brian Schatz come from? I looked him up on the Internet because I had never heard about him until Go. more »»

Remove dogs if they can’t pass sociability test

July 14, 2014 Read about dumping pets around Kanaio and how they do not fare well (Letters, July 4) as people allow their dogs to run free to tear apart feral cats and how the Humane Society can’t get people to... more »»

Police station built quickly but not high school

July 14, 2014 In Kihei, we build a 45,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art new police station very quickl. more »»

Safeguarding water is critical to our way of life

July 13, 2014 Summer is here and many of us are heading out to spend time on the water. more »»



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