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KCA hosts event to hear from coral reef experts

March 15, 2015 For decades, the South Maui community has advocated for preserving our coral reef system and our nearshore waters. While “everyone” seems to agree how priceless this is, deterioration continue. more »»

Lahainaluna: The class of the field in state tourney

March 15, 2015 I wrestled for Punahou in the late ’70s, coached as an assistant at Iolani in the early ’80s and coached as a volunteer at Punahou more recently when my son wrestled for Punahou. more »»

Netanyahu speech had historical significance

March 15, 2015 Regarding Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech: What infuriates me the most is that the media didn’t let us hear what he had to say. It’s all been subdued. more »»

Supplement left-wing AP with other, opposing news services

March 15, 2015 It would behoove The Maui News and ostensibly enhance its credibility to complement the constant barrage of left-wing Associated Press releases with opposing publications such as http://cns.news. more »»

Testimony about landfill conveniently left out facts

March 15, 2015 Here is the Maui definition of “hypocrite:” When you live, own, rent or visit the condos/apartments in Maalaea and testify at the Maui Planning Commission about how the construction landfill is... more »»

MEO transportation providing vital service to Maui citizens

March 15, 2015 For over 25 years Hale Makua Health Services has partnered with Maui Economic Opportunit. more »»

Maui County is much more than potholes and parks

March 15, 2015 I was disappointed in the lack of content in the mayor’s “State of the County” address, in which he highlighted potholes and parks. more »»

White has shortcomings as County Council chairman

March 13, 2015 Mike White is turning out to be a disappointment as County Council chairman. In a previous meeting, he voted to not reappoint John D. Kim as Maui County prosecuting attorney. more »»

Old Hawaii being lost amid bureaucratic nonsense

March 13, 2015 With heavy heart and a razor blade, I threw in the towel, bending to bureaucratic nonsense, and removed the decal from the rear window of our SUV. more »»

Public-private partnership will help save hospital

March 13, 2015 Dear friends and neighbors, we need to save our hospital! State budget cuts have already eliminated some services and more will be cut due to a huge deficit and inadequate state funding. more »»

President exhibits lack of love for this great country

March 12, 2015 I have to agree with the opinion (Letters, March 3) when the writer says there are many Americans that would agree with Rudy Giuliani about the evident lack of love the president shows for this grea... more »»

Handicapped parking rules need to be enforced

March 12, 2015 Who is supposed to enforce the handicapped parking in Hawaii, the state or county? I don’t know who but someone needs to step up to the plat. more »»

Take necessary steps to nip fire ants threat in the bud

March 12, 2015 As a native Texan, I can attest to the danger that fire ants pose. They are very difficult to eradicate. more »»

Many residents willing to tolerate cane smoke

March 12, 2015 Not everyone hates Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. and cane burning. My grandmother grew up in Camp I and shared many fond memories of her plantation life. more »»

Homeless have taken over once peaceful Makena area

March 12, 2015 I think it’s sad you can’t even go to Makena Road to watch the sunset anymore without being harassed by the homeless that have now taken up the area and made themselves at home with cars on jacks an... more »»

HC&S does not take responsibility lightly

March 11, 2015 My grandparents made their journey to Hawaii in the late 1800s to work on the sugar cane fields. Sugar and agriculture have been part of my heritage and family for a lifetime. more »»

Permission from president not required for invitation

March 11, 2015 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netyanyahu spoke to a joint session of Congress on March 3. more »»

Boys To Men Mentoring a new program on Maui

March 11, 2015 The teen years are challenging for boys. There are so many choices, so many options, habits that develop, and learning how to act and react in difficult emotional situations. more »»

Five-year-old boy has little fire ant solution

March 10, 2015 In response to the current infestation of fire ants on Maui and the communities concerns about pesticides, my 5-year-old son, Syrus, hit upon the perfect solution. more »»

 
 
 

 

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