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Late to the fight

October 16, 2014 Ebola has been around in one form or another since 1976. According to Stanford University, the first strains were identified in Sudan and Zaire. more »»

Time to help our hospital

October 15, 2014 It can be fairly argued that the most important issue facing Maui County in the next couple of years is finding a way to help Maui Memorial Medical Center find its footing financiall. more »»

Relating to judges

October 14, 2014 There are a couple of statewide ballot questions this year related to judges that have not received much publicity but involve important subjects. more »»

Sort of a holiday

October 13, 2014 Today is one of those sort-of holidays. Title 5 of the United States Code set aside the second Monday of October as Columbus Day. more »»

Troublemakers in cyberspace

October 12, 2014 We are always amazed when smart people turn to criminal — or even just malicious — endeavors. Probably there is no better example of wasted brains than computer viruse. more »»

Domestic abuse needs reporting

October 11, 2014 October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The much-publicized instances involving celebrities and star athletes this year may make the issue seem distant, but it is a daily problem here too. more »»

Lofty schools, lofty positions

October 10, 2014 “Voters inclined to loathe and fear elite Ivy League schools rarely make fine distinctions between Yale and Harvard. more »»

Breast cancer awareness

October 9, 2014 October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. more »»

Vote ‘Yes’ for preschool

October 8, 2014 There is a state ballot question this election year that would amend Hawaii’s constitution to allow it to contract with licensed, private, nonprofit preschools to expand access to that valuable... more »»

Getting guests ‘ocean-ready’

October 7, 2014 Years ago, when our friend Ron Youngblood was writing the editorials here at The Maui News, he suggested that airlines flying to Maui show a video about ocean safety. more »»

Supreme Court back in session

October 6, 2014 Today is the first Monday in October. By statute, this is the day the Supreme Court of the United States begins its new term after a three-month recess. more »»

Hannemann endorsed

October 5, 2014 Conversations with Mufi Hannemann are always interesting and informative. On Thursday we had a conversation about his uphill campaign for governor of Hawaii on the Independent Party ticket. more »»

An offer you can refuse

October 4, 2014 “You have been pre-approved for the new Quadruple Miles Anytime Card from DisMasterVis. more »»

Scary stories about security

October 3, 2014 The reputation of the Secret Service has been severely tarnished in the past week by revelations of egregious mistake. more »»

An addition or a blessing?

October 2, 2014 It’s a pretty safe bet that the furor over the glitches in the new Apple IOS software released concurrently with versions of the iPhone 6 will die down fairly quickly. more »»

Being first in the cycle

October 1, 2014 Which very small state has already been visited by a who’s who of possible 2016 presidential candidates? What dot in the sea of American population has already played host to Democrats Hillary... more »»

Rebels who changed us

September 30, 2014 At about the same time Bill Haley was urging us to “Rock Around the Clock” and introducing a new rebellious tone to pop music, there was a small group of actors who were bringing the same kind of... more »»

Preparing for the general

September 29, 2014 Five weeks from Tuesday is general election day 2014. This year on Maui we will be electing a mayor and County Council. more »»

Family fun at the fair

September 28, 2014 The tradition of family fun continues this coming weekend at the Maui Fair at the War Memorial Complex. Kicked off by the annual parade Thursday afternoon, the fair traces its roots back to 1918. more »»

A new book by a genius

September 27, 2014 “Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened.” — Dr. Seuss Theodore Seuss Geisel died 23 years ago this month. For generations, Dr. more »»



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