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Pole in middle of sidewalk could lead to student injury

June 21, 2016 Watch for these headlines soon in The Maui News. “King Kekaulike student suffers concussion coming home from school. more »»

Most HUD housing help not going to the locals

June 21, 2016 Homeowners have the right to choose who they want to rent to. Most rentals go to family, close friends or real responsible families. There are agents that look for rentals for families for a fee. more »»

Beach user should take responsibility

June 21, 2016 This is in response to the letter on June 14 about the lifeguards not having antibiotics like Neosporin for the writer’s cut or “rip” on his hand. more »»

UCC welcomes all; alarmed by massacre

June 21, 2016 I am a pastor of a United Church of Christ congregation. more »»

Why was Haiku public bathroom torn down?

June 21, 2016 I am wondering why the bathroom at Haiku Community Center has been torn down and apparently soon to be replaced by a trailer bathroom. more »»

How do we know what happened in Orlando?

June 21, 2016 “Ban Second Amendment” — Rolling Stone. “Suspend Second Amendment In Secret Court” — N.Y. Times. “Gun Control Now a Matter For Homeland Security” — DHS. more »»

It’s part of isle culture to fish, hunt, gather

June 21, 2016 I recently was shocked by the ignorance of a writer’s reactions to people fishing where there are swimmers and beachgoers (Letters, June 12). more »»

Sugimura commited to community

June 21, 2016 When I look around at Wailuku First Friday I see many things: tasty food, amazing Hawaiian artists and grandmas and their keiki dancing Zumba. more »»

Hospital union holdout stabbing us in back

June 21, 2016 Regarding the Maui Memorial Medical Center fiasco caused by a small percentage of union workers that have created a huge barricade to getting the hospital moved to Kaiser, a functional paradigm. more »»

Love is the language that we all understand

June 21, 2016 The Lord give us eyes to see and ears to hear and hearts to share your love. Every individual is a person of worth, with basic human rights and essential human responsibilities. more »»

We can blast off to Maui no ka oi

June 21, 2016 Are you tired of getting the same ‘ol same ‘ol in county politics? Only by making a change from the top can we create the seismic shift to effect real change. more »»

Sugar workers could be trained for UPW jobs

June 21, 2016 First, mahalo, Kaiser Permanente, for spending $20 million on our hospital. Your generosity is much appreciated. more »»

Council member’s public statement is untruthful

June 19, 2016 South Maui Council Member Don Couch recently informed the public that a “complete investigation” into shifting private developers’ financial obligations to the taxpayers had been performed in 2. more »»

Citizens warned about erosion during hearings

June 19, 2016 The June 5 article about coastal sand erosion brought to mind the development hearings of the 1980s and ’90s. The developers wanted to build close to the ocean and san. more »»

How will the loss of sugar cane impact Maui?

June 19, 2016 Maui’s central valley will become a tinder box within a short time after the last field is harvested. more »»

Agreement on hospital situation needed soon

June 19, 2016 I am very much concerned about the current situation that is impeding the progress of semi-privatization of our only acute-care hospital on Maui. more »»

Scientific study reveals poor marine water quality

June 19, 2016 We read June 8 that now the Environmental Protection Agency has stepped in with a “friend of the court” brief that the Lahaina injection wells are illegal and in violation of the “Clean Water Act. more »»

Assault weapons have no purpose in civilian hands

June 19, 2016 The mass shooting in Orlando is just another of many reminders that assault weapons serve no constructive purpose in civilian hands. Please tell me of even one constructive incident. more »»

Monsanto employees should be celebrated

June 19, 2016 I agree with the writer’s suggestion, “Undernourished Africans could benefit from GMOs” (Letters, June 10), that anti-GMO activists buy a few shares of Monsanto so they can attend the company’s... more »»

Dead coral left in wake of multiple stresses, ignorance

June 17, 2016 As I read that June 8 is International Ocean Day, I am greatly saddened by what I’ve seen in the last eight months snorkeling. more »»



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