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Patriotism and principles

July 5, 2015 There’s no better time to consider patriotism than around July 4, the date commemorating the creation of the United States of America and, more importantly, the principles that spawned that birth. more »»

July 4, 1776, a world date

July 3, 2015 On July 4, 1776, the ruler of the British Empire, King George III, sat down with his diary and wrote, “Nothing of importance happened today. more »»

Landmark legislation

July 2, 2015 With the celebration of the Declaration of Independence only two days away, it is well worth noting that today is the 50th anniversary of another famous date in American history. more »»

Watch out for phishermen

July 1, 2015 It was quite a surprise to get an email from PayPal thanking us for using our account with them to purchase “Vintage Photo Sexy College Girls 1990s or 2000s” on Ebay. more »»

A trillion here, a trillion there

June 30, 2015 PricewaterhouseCoopers, the accounting firm, has a branch called the Health Research Institute. According to CNNMoney, a study by that research institute found that over half the $2. more »»

Is county’s structure right?

June 28, 2015 According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Maui County’s population in 2014 was an estimated 163,019. That was up some 8,184 (or 5.3 percent) from 2010’s official census total of 154,835. more »»

Slack key festival Sunday

June 26, 2015 For the last decade, The Maui News has been the proud to sponsor the Ki Ho‘alu Guitar Festival at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. more »»

Symbol that needs to go

June 25, 2015 As the movement to rid public facilities of the Confederate flag continues to grow throughout the South, a couple of burning questions remain: * Why has this symbol of hatred and secession been... more »»

Still feeding lots of sheep

June 24, 2015 Several years ago, we had a discussion with an impressive woman with a huge heart and an even bigger goal. The woman stunned us when she told us she intended to stamp out hunger on Maui. more »»

The declining role of PC

June 23, 2015 It is safe to say that the personal computer revolutionized the way Americans live and work. more »»

The lucky guy’s day

June 21, 2015 Fathers are the luckiest people on Earth. Thanks to the beautiful women in our lives, we get to help create little creatures who love us unconditionally. more »»

A reminder of bad times

June 19, 2015 The slaying in South Carolina of nine black men and women Wednesday in Charleston’s Emmanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church was a tragic reminder that murderous racism still exists in some... more »»

A distraction in the campaign

June 18, 2015 Well, the circus has officially begu. more »»

In machines we trust

June 17, 2015 Recently we saw demonstrations on television of driverless cars. The first demonstration showed a seemingly normal sedan with passengers — but no drive. more »»

Infamous anniversary

June 16, 2015 Wednesday marks an infamous date in American history. more »»

Today is Flag Day

June 14, 2015 There will be a lot of red, white and blue on display today as Maui residents show off their patriotism on Flag Day. In 1916, President Woodrow Wilson proclaimed June 14 of that year as Flag Day. more »»

Murders that changed us

June 12, 2015 On this date 21 years ago, Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were murdered outside her condominium in Los Angeles. A football star turned actor, O.. more »»

First king ended war

June 11, 2015 Today’s holiday honors King Kamehameha I, who united the islands into one kingdom and ruled benevolently by modifying the old ways to fit new conditions brought about by increased foreign influence. more »»

An important step for MMMC

June 10, 2015 When Gov. David Ige puts his signature on House Bill 1075 today, the hunt for a private, nonprofit partner for the Maui Region of Hawaii Health Systems Corp. will begin in earnest. more »»

Throwing away cash

June 9, 2015 The most disturbing part of Friday’s decision to shut down the Hawaii Health Connector is that nobody has even apologized for throwing away $130 million of taxpayers’ money. more »»

 
 
 

 

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