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Hawaii not willing to pay fair share for education

March 10, 2015 While the recent debate in the Opinion pages of The Maui News over educational reform is interesting, it misses the benchmark for critical thinking. more »»

Former candidate for mayor happy to be alive

March 10, 2015 Happily I was not gunned down as a candidate for mayor, unlike Boris Nemtsov who was killed only yards from the Kremlin on Feb. 27. more »»

County disregarding enforcement of laws

March 10, 2015 Our government is an out-of-control bad union, and our dues in the form of taxes are to pay off their cronies. more »»

MMMC vital signs do not look good

March 8, 2015 911 Operator: “911, what is your emergency?” Caller: “Our only hospital in Maui looks like it’s in trouble, vital signs are weakenin. more »»

Work together to contain spread of little fire ants

March 8, 2015 Thank you for your headline article on little fire ants (The Maui News, Feb. 26). As regular visitors to the Valley Isle, we attended the Feb. more »»

Making TVR process a scapegoat unconscionable

March 8, 2015 Our local planning commission members and now our Maui News editor have weighed in on the theory that putting a moratorium on the 200 remaining vacation rental permits will miraculously cure the... more »»

Obama needs to act like president, not dictator

March 8, 2015 There are two sides to a coin. Obviously, you believe President Obama walks on water and cannot do wrong (Today’s Editorial, Feb. 27). more »»

Do something now to combat little fire ants

March 8, 2015 Having lived in Texas for a while and having seen and felt the impact of little fire ants, those responsible need to stop talking and do something now. more »»

4th of July tradition now considered disrespectful

March 8, 2015 It is with a heavy heart that I write this letter to my community. I regret that after 20 years I will no longer be organizing the Makawao Paniolo 4th of July Parade. Lt. Col. Neil S. Mitsuyoshi, P. more »»

Reality has arrived regarding Maui Memorial hospital

March 8, 2015 The Sunday Maui News (March 1) was filled with more bad news about the medical coverage at Maui Memorial. more »»

Little, if any, ‘Christian extremism’ in world today

March 8, 2015 As much as I defend The Maui News’ printing of letters from both sides of the political aisle and even from the New Age metaphysical crowd, whoever picks the cartoons for the Opinion page sometimes... more »»

‘Kid’ remembers drama program in its 50th year

March 6, 2015 Fifty wonderful years of Baldwin drama. Congratulations to Baldwin High Drama Department. In reading of the upcoming “Shrek: the Musical” (Maui Scene, Feb. more »»

Will of people ignored with new housing development

March 6, 2015 Well, the survey is done, the stakes are in, the marks are on Front Street and once again the powers that be in the County of Maui have ignored the will of the people. more »»

Monsanto’s site is tucked away, but not forgotten

March 6, 2015 Our “yes” vote did not count, but “we” still have a voice. Intentionally obfuscated by water-hungry corporate entities such as Monsanto, many abominable acts have been committe. more »»

Victims need bill of rights and voice in justice system

March 5, 2015 Parents and Children Together provides many services on Maui, including working with survivors of domestic violence and supporting them through the temporary restraining order process. more »»

Teach the basics first, all else can come later

March 5, 2015 Having just read this morning’s Opinion page and letters to the editor (Feb. 26) in The Maui News, I must agree with both letter writers and their findings about Common Core arithmetic/math. more »»

Show support for equal pay

March 5, 2015 The clerks of Maui County are looking forward to the important addition of a $630/month pay differential to the salaries of 380 clerical employees this Jul. more »»

Comprehensive plan for waste management

March 5, 2015 Let’s give our officials support to start the process and dialogue for a comprehensive plan to recycle all aluminum cans, all plastic bottles and all sewage, as well as reclaim water with a waste... more »»

Moratorium not solution for housing shortage

March 4, 2015 The Maui Planning Commission has asked the County Council to impose a moratorium on permits for short-term vacation rentals because there is a shortage of affordable long-term rental housing. more »»



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