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Young motorbike riders putting themselves at risk

January 11, 2015 Noticing more and more kids on motorbikes on West Kuiaha (and presumably other streets and roads on the island) standing rather than sitting is asking for disaster! The center of gravity is raised... more »»

Cane smoke not the air visitor wants to breathe

January 11, 2015 I was visiting Maui during this Christmas holiday. Early Monday morning, Dec. more »»

GMO makers control judges, politicians and agencies

January 11, 2015 I had to laugh at the suggestion of a lawsuit involving genetic pollution negatively affecting property (Letters, Dec. 30). more »»

Cancellation of curbside recycling is premature

January 11, 2015 The demise of curbside recycling on Maui on Feb. more »»

President displays boldness and leadership

January 8, 2015 The Maui News recently ran several editorial cartoons that have taken a shot at President Obama’s “fully legal” executive orders, actions I praise highly and commend, given the ongoing inaction and... more »»

Council leadership changes healthy for Maui County

January 8, 2015 The county has two governing branches — the council, or the legislative branch, and the mayor, the executive branch. The separation creates a check and balance for good governance. more »»

Falling tombstones can prove to be hazardous

January 8, 2015 Those of us who have our deceased family buried in a Catholic cemetery must be aware that if the tombstone marking the grave site falls on someone and injuries that person, the family is responsible... more »»

EV drivers are not paying for road maintenance

January 8, 2015 I was deeply troubled and concerned by a statement made by Anne Ku, professor at the University of Hawaii Maui College (The Maui News, Dec. more »»

Managing feral chickens would be no simple task

January 7, 2015 The subject of feral chickens was reintroduced (Letters, Jan. 2). more »»

So-called County Council ‘coup’ no such thing

January 7, 2015 Council Member Gladys Baisa continues to refer to the election of Mike White to council chair as a “coup” (The Maui News, Jan. 3). more »»

County officials partied while storm approached

January 7, 2015 The photos of the mayor and council celebrating (The Maui News, Jan. 3) contrast greatly with the reality of this administration. more »»

Transparency is needed for a society to succeed

January 6, 2015 Corporate deceit has no place on Maui or certainly not in Mauitopia (see more »»

Resolution is to read all of Youngblood’s columns

January 6, 2015 The only New Year’s resolution I will be making in 2015 is one that I will certainly keep: To read every one of Ron Youngblood’s fantastic columns. more »»

Sen. Schatz may be new rising star in the making

January 6, 2015 Every government should make a New Year’s resolution to end the practice of governing by fear. more »»

Executing people does not have to be complicated

January 4, 2015 The nonsensical debate about how best to kill someone on death row humanely continues as if it were some sort of mystery requiring an exotic cocktail of hard-to-obtain drugs. more »»

Old age claims special black lab who’ll be missed

January 4, 2015 On Dec. 30, Maui lost one special black lab to old age. His name was Arthur. He was handsome, tall and regal. He was the Maui Humane Society People’s Choice Winner for 2013. more »»

Changes needed in both major political parties

January 3, 2015 It’s time for both major political parties to change their outdated mascots. The Democrats should kill the donkey and pick an NFL team from the NFC, and the Republicans pick an AFC team. more »»

Gas prices an example of why it’s time for change

January 3, 2015 Well, folks, here we go again with our local gas stations gouging our eyeballs out and holding high gas prices while the price of a barrel of oil is at record lows. more »»



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