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Emancipating the islands would be fitting for Obama

July 14, 2016 Abraham Lincoln exercised the most famous executive order issuing an emancipation proclamation. Emancipating the islands would be fitting for the first black president from Hawaii. more »»

Both car and body are subjected to unsafe ride

July 14, 2016 I am impressed with the work being done throughout the island on Maui’s state highways. more »»

New highway needed to accommodate traffic

July 14, 2016 In Paia we’re starting to experience an increase of new buildings. more »»

Brother and children missing for 14 years

July 14, 2016 My brother, U.S. Navy Serviceman Victorio Santiago, went missing together with his two children, Noel, then 11, and Daniel, then 7, on July 12, 2002, from their home in Salt Lake, Honolulu. more »»

S. Maui deserves an honest state rep

July 14, 2016 South Maui state Rep. Kaniela Ing isn’t telling the truth about his attendance at legislative sessions or his legislative accomplishments. more »»

Expansion of monument will affect food source

July 14, 2016 Let our local fishermen fish! Most of the fish caught in our state stays in Hawaii. more »»

Two candidates will actively work for Maui

July 14, 2016 We are eager to show our support for two candidates in the upcoming election. We have known Kelly King since we moved to Maui in 1989 through becoming active in assisting at Kihei Elementary School. more »»

Strikes against Gabbard prompt change of loyalty

July 14, 2016 As a Democratic voter, I thought that Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard would be a great representative in Washington for me and the state of Hawaii. more »»

Primary election letters

July 14, 2016 Letters pertaining to the Aug. 13 primary election must be received by noon July 29. This will give editors enough time to edit and process letters for publication before the election. more »»

Project District 12 unfit for human habitation

July 13, 2016 The Maui News’ coverage of the July 2 Maalaea wildfire has been comprehensive, although they’ve repeatedly avoided naming the owner of the property on or near which the fire originated (MVI, LLC, ak... more »»

Follow lifestyle habits of those living in Blue Zones

July 13, 2016 Before Blue Zones (The Maui News, July 1) were discovered, I created my own Blue Zone on Maui by following many of the habits practiced in these areas where residents live longer, healthier lives. more »»

Kaniela Ing is involved with the community

July 13, 2016 Coffee with Kaniela rocks! State Rep. Ing’s opponent accuses him of lack of accessibility. more »»

Knowledge of finance an asset to candidate

July 13, 2016 I am running for the Hawaii House of Representatives District 13 seat because I want to represent the residents of Lanai, Molokai and East Maui. more »»

Law giveth, secretary taketh it away

July 12, 2016 Teachers across the nation took heart last year as No Child Left Behind, the colossal failure by former President George . more »»

Disarming people does not make them safer

July 12, 2016 This is a Fourth of July message: Disarming people does not make them safe. It only makes them more vulnerable and easy to victimize. Support your right to arm. Edward T. more »»

5 council members show little faith in the electorate

July 12, 2016 With the dust still settling on the Brexit results in the U.K. more »»

Kaniela Ing deserves our votes on Aug. 13

July 12, 2016 I am disappointed by the Mainland-style negative smears that Deidre Tegarden has employed against South Maui’s hardworking, progressive and aloha-filled representative Kaniela Ing. more »»

Candidate takes credit for work of others

July 12, 2016 I’d like to comment on June 5 letter claiming that Deidre Tegarden “led to Gov. Abercrombie signing the paperwork” for the new Kihei high school. Well, that’s not how the budget works. more »»

$42 million bid may stall hospital transition and jeopardize union jobs

July 10, 2016 The state has recently made progress toward saving Maui’s public hospital system while at the same time saving the jobs of union workers. more »»

Maui governing proposal was scuttled, not missed

July 10, 2016 I take issue with the term “missing the boat” (Today’s Editorial, July 5) when the County Council’s Policy and Intergovernmental Committee killed a proposed charter amendment to allow Maui’s citizen... more »»



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