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St. Anthony grads move on to success in college, life

April 9, 2015 As parents, we want to see our children excel and reach beyond their abilities — strive for goals set by the individual student as well as parent. more »»

Community deserves better Canoe Beach restrooms

April 9, 2015 What is going on with the restrooms at Canoe (Hanakao‘o) Beach in West Maui? Why have they been closed for well over a year? Why would the county spend money on painting the building, installing new... more »»

For Mauians with an eye on the future, see TEDx Youth

April 9, 2015 This is an open query to the people of Maui: Are you interested in Maui’s (and the world’s) future? Do you want to know how the youth who will be determining that future are thinking, and what are... more »»

Bicycling league working to make Maui roads safer

April 9, 2015 A letter writer’s observation that some cyclists show disregard for road rules (Letters, March 25) is valid; however, as cyclists, we can just as easily observe — on a daily basis — motorists who... more »»

Sustainable model needed for Maui hospitals to flourish, attract doctors

April 8, 2015 The Medical Executive Committee at Maui Memorial Medical Center supports House Bill 1075 — because we support a thriving community through quality health car. more »»

Sen. Brian Schatz making trouble in Washington

April 8, 2015 Hawaii’s newest U.S. senator, Brian “Crybaby” Schatz (D), is making trouble again, this time out in Washington, D.C. more »»

Residents need to confront NextEra in large numbers

April 8, 2015 The mission statements of many multibillion-dollar corporations often read that customer satisfaction is their goal. However, profit motive is rarely mentioned. more »»

Shortfall supports grounds for constitutional change

April 8, 2015 With regard to the multimillion-dollar shortfall that will seriously degrade the services offered by Maui Memorial Medical Center, this is one of the best arguments for an amendment to the Hawaii... more »»

Officer provides much needed ‘uncle’ energy

April 8, 2015 Maui police officer — you know who you are — you are the wonderful “uncle” who showed up in the instant you were needed during the March 27 Fourth Friday party in Kihei. more »»

Time of Ching Ming, to cleanse sites

April 7, 2015 Filial piety, that of honoring one’s ancestors, is a Chinese tradition that is alive and well on Mau. more »»

GMO vote: Every citizen deserves his day in court

April 7, 2015 Apparently, some Maui News readers and letter writers, in regards to the GMO issue and the recent vote, would benefit from a review of their high school civics and government classes. more »»

Hospital, landfill reports cause for brain to explode

April 7, 2015 Exploding brain! Page 1 of the March 28 Maui News reports that the state will short the Maui check for its state hospital system $28 million next year and another $700,000 for the landfill (read los... more »»

Parade route reminds us of veterans’ sacrifice

April 7, 2015 As a young girl growing up in a small town, I marched with my dad’s VFW post band in Memorial Day and Independence Day parades. more »»

HC&S uses methods that are not sustainable

April 7, 2015 Most of the commentary about HC&S misses an obvious point. A casual drive by the mill is all one needs to understand it. HC&S is operating an early 20th century business in the 21st centur. more »»

Manufactured crisis: Solid waste money ‘encumbered’ in contracts

April 5, 2015 The Arakawa administration is playing an accounting shell game of “Now you see it, now you don’t. more »»

911: Private-public partnership needed to save Maui Memorial

April 5, 2015 Everyone in Maui County should be alarmed by the “911 emergency” warning by Dr. Bobby Baker of the Pacific Cancer Institute of Maui (The Maui News, March 10). more »»

Fed, state officials lack sensitivity in denying July 4 parking lot use

April 5, 2015 The Maui Veterans Cemetery parking project calamity seems a good example of the centralized local, state and federal governments being totally out of touch with local concerns and values. more »»

Don’t burden residents with higher taxes

April 3, 2015 Here we go. The mayor and council members give themselves a big pay raise. Now they are sticking the working class with higher taxes on trash, water, gas and vehicle weight. more »»

Government functions by rule of law, not by whim

April 3, 2015 The level of ignorance of people as to the true American form of government astounds me. more »»

Cochran shows common sense regarding ordinance

April 3, 2015 Thank you Elle Cochran for “responding to constituent requests” (they elected you) regarding the Maui County Code 10.20.420 (decals). more »»



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