Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Vac Rental | E-Edition | Home RSS
Shared experiences can open possibilities

August 2, 2015 Wouldn’t it be nice if President John F. Kennedy’s Peace Corps had grown into an international Peace Corps? Imagine every country in the United Nations requiring a Peace Corps program modeled on ours. more »»

Research debunks myths about WWII

August 2, 2015 As we celebrate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, we face a deluge of misstatements and myths about certain elements of it, particularly its Pacific theater. more »»

‘A dangerous rush to connect’ indeed!

August 2, 2015 I wholeheartedly agreed with The Maui News editorial of July 24 titled “A dangerous rush to connect” about the dangers of connecting everything to the Internet. more »»

Cane ash litters county pool

August 2, 2015 I went swimming at a county pool in Kahului recently. I noticed that cane ash covered the entire bottom of the pool, and pieces of ash were drifting at various depth. more »»

Open the Kahului Airport access road; why delay?

July 31, 2015 Now that the airport access road from Pakaula (Harley Davidson on Dairy Road) to Hana Highway has been completed for over a month, why is it not open for us to use? The stoplights are up on both end... more »»

Change the law instead of alleging ‘closed door’ deals

July 31, 2015 After reading the July 21 Viewpoint in The Maui News, I am attempting to understand the writer’s allegations of a federal judge making “deals” behind closed doors and the federal government... more »»

Commitment to ‘hopes and dreams’ is utopian fantasy

July 31, 2015 The July 22 Maui News headlines our governor opposes the NextEra merger and he plans to ask the Public Utilities Commision to disapprove it because it does not concur with his “hopes and dreams. more »»

Why not create our own, unique flag?

July 30, 2015 I have to disagree in part with a July 19 letter. Historically the writer is wrong, the Union Jack has nothing to do with religion. We did not fight the British over religion. In addition, when the U. more »»

Cow on Oahu did not have to be shot

July 30, 2015 Why in the world would the Honolulu Police Department shoot a poor little cow? You need to know that you could have taken a rope to rally it up. more »»

There should be no ‘Gun Free Zones’

July 30, 2015 Once again a clueless and irresponsible Associated Press opinion lands on the front page of the July 18 Maui News titled, “How did gunman go from ordinary teen to killer?” Why are oblivious liberal... more »»

17th Amendment changed how senators were chosen

July 30, 2015 The recent discussions of utilizing a county manager rather than a mayor elected by the public at large brings to mind the history of the 17th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. more »»

Taxi companies should create their own apps

July 30, 2015 Uber is here and the sky is falling (The Maui News, July 19). The article states that taxi drivers are losing “their” riders to an unregulated interloper. more »»

No need to heed global warming warnings?

July 30, 2015 Indigenous Hawaiian bird populations could face new challenges posed by global climate change over the next century, according to researchers from University of Wisconsin-Madison and the U.S. more »»

MMMC finally gets the recognition it deserves

July 29, 2015 In reading the July 16 front page article about the successful cardiac unit at Maui Memorial, I thought, “it’s about time. more »»

People ‘for’ cane burning ignite memory of meeting

July 29, 2015 Many years ago I attended a meeting for “Beyond War” — a citizens group dedicated to the prevention of nuclear wa. more »»

We still fall short of America’s promise

July 29, 2015 Born in 1931, a time of indiscriminate lynchings to which most turned their backs, I saw the ugliness of white men’s prejudice stirred in the cauldron of hate by the Ku Klux Klan hiding behind white... more »»

Sea creatures do what we do

July 29, 2015 There have been a number of letters decrying “human waste” in the ocean. The latest (July 16) cited “sacks” of human waste on the rocks at Hookipa. more »»

‘Chamber View’ was an advertisement

July 29, 2015 The July 17 “Chamber View” column written by the president of the Maui Chamber of Commerce regarding their new Enhanced Benefits Package should not have been on the editorial page. more »»

Irrigation systems making waterfalls on Wailea roads

July 28, 2015 Since the first time I drove around Wailea, I was shocked with the amount of water that is wasted every night. more »»

Take pride in America, fly the stars and stripes

July 28, 2015 As a third-generation American, I want to recognize and congratulate The Maui News for printing the American flag on a full page of its July 4th issue in celebration of our country’s 239th birthday. more »»



I am looking for:
News, Blogs & Events Web