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County recycling comments are insult to all residents

February 6, 2015 Making recycling as simple and efficient as possible has nothing to do with where you live on Maui. It has everything to do with our shared desire to protect our fragile island environment. more »»

Classroom discussion shows perception relative

February 6, 2015 Years ago, Mr. Krumholz, our physics teacher, said that only 11 people in the world understood Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. Nevertheless, he said, today’s quiz will concern this theory. more »»

Most of Maui’s highways state owned, maintained

February 6, 2015 We just wanted to clarify that a letter printed on Feb. 4 mistakes the state Hawaii Department of Transportation Highways Division road crew for a Maui County Public Works road crew. more »»

Rainbows await those who take precautions

February 5, 2015 With winter comes more rain, more storms and more rainbows. more »»

Speed-limit signs are a waste of public funds

February 5, 2015 Ludicrous! So, who was the “brilliant” bureaucrat who decided that 10 mph is the appropriate speed to go over the new “bridge” on South Kihei Road near Kaonoulu? There is no physical or design reaso... more »»

Time for county, resorts to rethink recycling priorities

February 5, 2015 My family and I are annual visitors to Kaanapali and I am always disappointed by the lack of available recycling in Maui. more »»

NextEra can provide broad range of opportunities

February 5, 2015 I think that we can begin to improve Hawaii energy if Randy Iwase is confirmed by the Senat. more »»

County leaves eyesore when doing drainage work

February 4, 2015 Why is it that when we are attempting to attract visitors to Maui and Lahaina, the county seems to do their best to make areas look unsightly? Why is it that when they do highway work or clean out... more »»

Tax waivers are solution to doctor shortage

February 4, 2015 Any Maui News subscriber who read the headline “UH: Maui County short 80 doctors” (Jan. more »»

Restoring dignity first step in restoring nation

February 1, 2015 Do not by any means let anyone discredit you, my kanaka brothers and sisters. While we show love and compassion for other people, let us not forget to show love and compassion toward our own. more »»

Digging into the numbers of donation to Food Bank

February 1, 2015 I had to read an advertising feature in The Maui News (Jan. 24) by the Realtors Association of Maui and the cash they contributed to the Maui Food Bank several times. more »»

Yo-Yo Ma’s masterful performance a gift to Maui

February 1, 2015 Maui was the beneficiary of a wonderful, masterful performance by one of the world’s renowned musicians on Jan. 22 —Yo-Yo Ma. more »»

Legalized marijuana a win, win, win opportunity

February 1, 2015 Hawaii has a win-win-win opportunity to legalize marijuana during this legislative session. more »»

Ching could take UH athletics to the next level

January 30, 2015 In light of the search for an athletic director for the University of Hawaii, look no further than our own backyard. more »»

Elected leaders are not listening to Maui voters

January 30, 2015 Only 32 percent of Maui voters voted in last election. Our County Council and mayor are now sworn in, saying they are doing the people’s business. more »»

Solution offered for labeling ‘GMO-free’ items

January 30, 2015 Given the ubiquitous presence of GMO ingredients in today’s foods, here’s a solution to the labeling requirement being promoted by the anti-GMO crowd: If a food manufacturer wants his product to be... more »»

There’s just not enough time for potty-training

January 30, 2015 Hey, personally I can’t wait to enroll my kids at Maui’s newest “Potty-Training Boot Camp,” because let’s face it, I’m a real modern-thinking American parent who is, seriously, just too darn busy to... more »»

Mail-in-only voting not solution to voter apathy

January 30, 2015 Our state has taken another step away from freedom with a proposal for mail-in only voting (The Maui News, Jan. 24). The idea behind this suggestion is that it will increase voter participation. more »»

Theater shooting trial scenario eclipses insanity

January 29, 2015 In Centennial, Colo., James Holmes appeared in court to face charges of killing 12 people and wounding 70 others at a suburban Denver movie theate. more »»

 
 
 

 

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