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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 »»

Letters are reader opinions

September 26, 2014 “I never considered a difference of opinion in politics, in religion, in philosophy, as cause for withdrawing from a frien. more »»

A complex operation

September 25, 2014 Two weeks after observing the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the United States finds itself once again on high alert and fighting in the Middle Eas. more »»

‘Roosevelts’ well done

September 24, 2014 Two things that go well together are documentarian Ken Burns and the Public Broadcasting System. more »»

Gold rush on the Internet

September 23, 2014 Alibaba is an e-commerce company, not a woodchopper. In fact, Alibaba is a very big e-commerce company — the largest in China. more »»

A significant date in history

September 22, 2014 On Sept. 22, 1862, President Abraham Lincoln informed states that had seceded from the United States that they had until Jan. more »»

‘Choppy’ Maui recovery

September 21, 2014 University of Hawaii at Manoa economist Jack Suyderhoud termed Maui County’s recovery from the Great Recession “choppy” at Thursday’s First Hawaiian Bank Maui Business Outlook Forum. more »»

Time running out for registration

September 20, 2014 “Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves and the only way they could do this is by not voting.” — Franklin D. more »»

A lesson from Atlantic City

September 19, 2014 We’ve written here often about our opposition to legalized gambling in Hawai. more »»

Where is the funding?

September 18, 2014 It is difficult to understand why something as vitally important to Maui as the building of the new high school in Kihei will be delayed again. more »»

Black eyes for the NFL

September 17, 2014 The National Football League is having a very rough year. more »»

The rudest U.S. drivers

September 16, 2014 Well, the good news is that Hawaii is not in the top 10 states when it comes to rude drivers. The bad news is that we are not in the bottom 10, either. According to website Insur. more »»

The danger of cyberattacks

September 15, 2014 Most of us think of terrorist attacks in terms of 9/11-style hijackings, crude but effective bombs like the one that blew up the Alfred P. more »»

Caring for the opponents

September 14, 2014 “Sincerity is the key to success. Once you can fake that you’ve got it made.” — Groucho Marx Crocodile tears are “in,” apparently, if one is an opinion writer at major newspapers around the countr. more »»

Inspiration in the comics

September 13, 2014 Well, a mere 70 years or so after Chester Gould outfitted cartoon detective Dick Tracy with a “two-way wrist radio,” the real thing may be coming soon to wrists everywhere. more »»

A misguided court effort

September 12, 2014 We are opposed to the ban on genetically modified organisms in Maui County proposed in the ballot initiative that will be decided Nov. 4. more »»

Maui watches, waits, mourns

September 11, 2014 (This editorial appeared Sept. 12, 2001, in The Maui News.) Maui County awoke to a new, more frightening world yesterday. more »»

Talking trash

September 10, 2014 The fight between Mayor Alan Arakawa and County Council Budget and Finance Chairman Mike White is getting uglier. more »»

UH-Manoa ‘affordable’

September 9, 2014 Ka Leo, the student newspaper of the University of Hawaii at Manoa, reported Monday that the school is one of the most affordable colleges in the Western United States. more »»



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