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Life lessons being learned by playing football

April 18, 2014 I was raised into a football family. All eight of my brothers and my sister would play football outside of our house. Growing up, I always wanted to play for the Maui High football team. more »»

Shame on politicians; throw them all out

April 18, 2014 I just wanted to tell all Maui politicians, “Thank you for my 42-cent raise you gave me.” I have been working for six years with the same pay. more »»

Take time to smile and let it change the world

April 18, 2014 There is always someone out there in need of a smile. Sometimes people are going through some rough times and all they need is a little lift to know that they mean something. more »»

Council must say no when the numbers are fishy

April 17, 2014 The Maui County Council needs to stop loaning out money to contractors and developers who are not showing current accurate finance reports. more »»

Confirm ownership before county accepts Paia land

April 17, 2014 Before mayor accepts the 36 acres in Paia from Alexander & Baldwin, the Royal Patent proof of ownership papers should be made public. more »»

State ignoring the law in case against Monsanto

April 17, 2014 In support of local agriculture, I am confused about the Monsanto air pollution case (The Maui News, April 12) and just how the state Department of Health can ignore Hawaii’s Right to Farm Act, whic... more »»

Stop those who would destroy Maui agriculture

April 17, 2014 I have spent 60 years of my life as a farmer on the Mainland and Oahu, and 40 years on Maui. more »»

Art Maui should have a far broader perspective

April 17, 2014 Underwhelming is a polite way to describe the latest Art Maui exhibit. more »»

No child drivers seen in McDonald’s takeout line

April 17, 2014 Don’t think the irony of me defending Ronald McDonald (editorial cartoon, April 11) isn’t noted. However, my qualifications on this subject are irrefutabl. more »»

Editorial missed the point of requiring voter IDs

April 16, 2014 The editorial in the April 11 issue was reasonable and sensible, except that the editorial writer missed the point. The editorial favored requiring voters to produce photo IDs. more »»

Extended school day will not solve the problems

April 16, 2014 I am a Maui High School junior. I am against the extension of the school day as mandated by the state Legislature. More time does not imply more learnin. more »»

Requiring photo ID is in fact voter suppression

April 16, 2014 In response to “Where is the burden?” (Today’s Editorial, April 11): The burdens involved in obtaining a photo ID are multiple and are, in essence, a poll tax. more »»

Legislature should fund land for the homeless

April 16, 2014 I am a concerned citizen of Maui County. I am 17 years of age and I am a student at Maui High School. I find it hard to go to the store and not see a homeless man or woman on the streets. more »»

Monetary influences are dividing the community

April 15, 2014 In response to “Feeding the world cannot be done without GMOs” (Letters, April 10): Chemical farming depletes soil of the microbes, lessening nutrition and destroying communication pathways —... more »»

Adjustments suggested for new school schedule

April 15, 2014 I’m sure you’ve heard of the new law passed regarding the school schedule for next year, but I’d like to give you a student’s perspective on it. The law extends the school day by an hou. more »»

Ranch never paid for the trail in the first place

April 14, 2014 It is extremely ironic that Haleakala Ranch is complaining and arguing in court that it has “not been paid a penny” (The Maui News, April 9) for Haleakala Trail, a trail that it never owned or paid... more »»

Residents kept in the dark about sports complex

April 14, 2014 I am a resident in the Maui Lani subdivision in Kahului. Lt. Gov. Shan Tsutsui has appropriated $22 million for a personal pet project, the Central Maui Sports Complex. more »»

Opportunity for Hawaiians to discuss their future

April 14, 2014 Come join us. Na Kupuna O Maui invites you to talk story about the opportunity for Hawaiians to manage our own future and the future of our grandchildren. Come and register for nation building. more »»

Decision to do roadwork at night is appreciated

April 14, 2014 I love driving on the newly resurfaced Honoapiilani Highway between Kaanapali and Honokowai, and especially love the fact that all this work is being done at night and not causing long traffic delay... more »»

Science a valuable tool to improve agriculture

April 13, 2014 What a wonderful time we live in. We can use science to improve agriculture with biotechnology. more »»



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