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The newspaper as a whole

June 28, 2016 One of the reader-friendly features of many current newspaper websites (including mauinews.com) is the ability to see every page of that day’s print edition. more »»

Self-inflicted big wound

June 26, 2016 Thursday’s vote by citizens of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union has created economic havoc there and around the worl. more »»

Slack key fest Sunday

June 24, 2016 For more than a decade, the Maui News has been proud to sponsor the Ki Ho‘alu Slack Key Guitar Festival at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center. more »»

A cheap way to get attention

June 23, 2016 A study published in the Journal of American Medical Association’s Internal Medicine reported that doctors are more likely to prescribe a drug if a pharmaceutical company representative has bought... more »»

Let citizens have a say

June 22, 2016 Just about one year ago we suggested in an editorial that it might well be time to change from the current strong mayor-council form of government to a professional manager-council format. more »»

Important date for civil rights

June 21, 2016 June 21 is an important date in the history of the United States civil rights movement. more »»

The lucky guy’s day

June 19, 2016 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 »»

Watergate’s anniversary

June 17, 2016 With IRS scandals, overreaching for intelligence gathering and wiretapping of reporters’ phones, it is interesting to note that today marks an infamous date in American histor. more »»

Odds and ends on Thursday

June 16, 2016 We really like election years on Maui. Signs for candidates are showing up on fences on virtually every street corner. People here are so polite they’ll grant space even to competing candidates. more »»

Let’s find a motive

June 15, 2016 The terrorist attack on an LGBT nightclub in Orlando early Sunday morning needs to be assessed coolly and calmly so a strategy can be devised to finally curb these tragedie. more »»

Today is Flag Day

June 14, 2016 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 »»

Reagan at The Wall

June 12, 2016 Twenty-nine years ago today, President Ronald Reagan challenged the Soviet Union’s Mikhail Gorbachev to take a giant step toward peace and freedom by tearing down “this wal. more »»

First king ended war

June 10, 2016 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 »»

Some big shoes to fill

June 9, 2016 Our congratulations to Sherry Duong on her promotion to executive director of the Maui Visitors and Convention Bureau. more »»

Losing the war on drugs

June 8, 2016 The loss of superstar Prince to a drug overdose has left us fixated on why our country has so many such tragedies. more »»

A trillion here, a trillion there

June 7, 2016 Pricewaterhouse Coopers, 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 »»

Preserving a legacy

June 5, 2016 “We’re here to mark that day in history when the Allied armies joined in battle to reclaim this continent to liberty. For four long years, much of Europe had been under a terrible shadow. more »»

A senseless drug death

June 3, 2016 A medical examiner in Minnesota announced Thursday that superstar rocker Prince died of “fentanyl toxicity.” That is a fancy way of saying he died of a drug overdose. more »»

Using some new tools

June 2, 2016 On a personal basis, we have been slow to adopt ties to social media. more »»

A tragedy is averted

June 1, 2016 A tragedy was averted Saturday when officials at Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens shot an endangered gorilla after a 4-year-old boy fell into its enclosure. more »»

 
 
 

 

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