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Column sparks reader’s interest in WWII history

June 1, 2016 Thank you for resuming “Looking Back” recently in the Sunday paper. I was 6 years old in 1941, living in New Jersey, and followed WWII events with keen interest. more »»

Solution for transgender bathroom use in schools

June 1, 2016 Much has been heard recently regarding the use by transgender people of what used to be automatically considered single-sex facilities — particularly bathrooms. more »»

Don’t make taxpayers pay for farmland

June 1, 2016 I’ve followed news items concerning self-sustaining organic farms with great interest and concern. more »»

NRA helps maintain loopholes in gun laws

May 31, 2016 Many are calling for stricter gun laws (Letters, May 13). more »»

Celebrating 33 years of joy; God’s passion doesn’t fail

May 31, 2016 Celebrating 33 years of joy with friends, family and fellowship, we move into a new hour of life — we celebrate the past as well as the future! We lay a foundation of honor, honesty and providing... more »»

County should be proactive regarding wells in Kihei

May 31, 2016 Reading the opening portion of Mike White’s May 15 Chair’s 3 Minutes column about the extensive challenges faced by county government concerning the west side’s injection wells’ resulting marine... more »»

Smart grid key to a clean energy future for everyone

May 29, 2016 More information so you can control and stabilize your electric bills. Faster restoration of power outages. more »»

Share stream water with diversified agriculture

May 29, 2016 I am writing to share my thoughts and feelings regarding the diversion of water from the East Maui streams for agricultural uses on the soon-to-be fallow 36,000 acres of sugar cane. more »»

One nation — e pluribus unum

May 27, 2016 More than 70 years ago, a generation of young Japanese-Americans left their mark on history. Their story is not just one of heroism and bravery, but of citizenship and global responsibility. more »»

Kaanapali Alii doesn’t respect beach access law

May 27, 2016 Bravo to The Maui News for detailing the Kaanapali Beach parking fiasco that has been happening for a long time. more »»

Establishing rightful ownership is pono

May 27, 2016 Unrighteous procurement of the Hawaiian Islands established dangerous precedents. It’s ironic that a group wants to exercise eminent domain on Alexander & Baldwin to take farmland. more »»

Plastic crypt is not good for environment

May 27, 2016 What’s the point of an elaborate coffin when they stick it in a giant thick plastic container and bury it in the sacred ground called Hawai. more »»

Republicans are wrong not to support Trump

May 27, 2016 It seems that some local Republicans are choosing not to support Donald Trump. It is disappointing to see guys such as Charles Djou and Duke Aiona, both of whom I contributed to their campaigns. more »»

Expansion is needed for economic growth

May 27, 2016 I think too often the people of Maui jump at stifling growth rather than enjoying the prosperity of economic progres. more »»

Panel’s ‘heads down’ academic approach misses the big picture

May 26, 2016 I served on the Cost of Government Commission in the Charmaine Tavares administration. more »»

Bill would facilitate 1-year birth control prescription

May 26, 2016 Our state has a long history of standing up for expanded reproductive health access, even ensuring access to legal abortion before Roe v. Wad. more »»

Pope Vigilius arrested for believing in reincarnation

May 26, 2016 In 545 A.D., Roman Emperor Justinian arrested Pope Vigilius for believing the teachings of Jesus, Origin, S. more »»

Pot legalization would lead to more impaired driving

May 26, 2016 I’m opposed to marijuana legalization. One reason why is that virtually everyone over age 16 drives in this country, and an increase in impaired driving will inevitably result from pot legalization. more »»

Planting some cane would help keep island’s beauty

May 25, 2016 I am very concerned Alexander & Baldwin is losing money, but I am more concerned that sugar cane is leaving our beautiful island of Maui. Cane fields are part of the beauty of Maui. more »»

Oncology infusion staff does its job seamlessly

May 25, 2016 Tucked away in a remote section of Maui Memorial Medical Center is the place for oncology infusions. From the minute you’re admitted and have your vitals taken, you are treated like famil. more »»

 
 
 

 

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