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Rebels who changed us

September 30, 2015 At about the same time Bill Haley was “Rockin’ 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 rebellion to... more »»

An inspiring visit by pope

September 29, 2015 Pope Francis’ visit to the United States was inspirational mostly because of the persona of the leader of Catholicism. more »»

Choice was a surprise

September 27, 2015 The choice of Kaiser Permanente as the new operator of hospitals in the Maui Region of the Hawaii Health Systems Corp. surprised us. more »»

Not very tax friendly

September 25, 2015 For the past three years, business forecaster and personal financial adviser Kiplinger has published a map that is a guide to states that it ranks as tax friendly or tax unfriendl. more »»

Maui Fair begins today

September 24, 2015 The tradition of family fun continues this weekend at the 93rd Maui Fair at the War Memorial Complex. Kicked off by the annual parade today at 4:30 p.. more »»

Fair begins on Thursday

September 23, 2015 The tradition of family fun continues this weekend at the 93rd Maui Fair at the War Memorial Complex. more »»

Reckless driving

September 22, 2015 Reckless driving is always a problem. It endangers not only the person operating a motor vehicle carelessly, but also anyone who happens to be in the vicinity. more »»

Hawaii health plans rated

September 20, 2015 A survey released last week by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) ranks Hawaii’s health insurance programs based on three key areas: 1) Consumer Satisfaction: What patients say abou... more »»

An offer you can refuse

September 18, 2015 “You have been pre-approved for the new Quadruple Miles Anytime Card from DisMasterVis. more »»

Optimism on economy

September 17, 2015 Dr. Jack Suyderhoud always has interesting observations about Hawaii’s and Maui’s economies when he addresses the annual First Hawaiian Bank Economic Outlook Forum. more »»

When reality isn’t enough

September 16, 2015 As we have written before, it is interesting to note almost all the crime stories in The Maui News have a common element: The accused either has a history of alcohol or drug abuse or was at least... more »»

Flu season right around corner

September 15, 2015 Last year we heard and read repeatedly that the 2014-15 flu shots were not very effective. more »»

A nation of toadies?

September 13, 2015 From Toady — an obsequious flatterer; sycophant. Synonyms — fawner, yes man, parasite, apple polisher. more »»

Maui watches, waits, mourns

September 11, 2015 Maui County awoke to a new, more frightening world yesterday. The  United States had been attacked by a skilled, well-prepared,  unidentified enemy using commercial jetliners as weapons. more »»

Protecting kids in cars

September 10, 2015 The Hawaii Department of Transportation is staging two events this weekend on Maui to show parents/grandparents or other caregivers how to properly use car seats, booster seats and seat belts for... more »»

Anniversary of sadness

September 9, 2015 Friday will mark 14 years since the 9/11 attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center and the dramatic crash of United 93. more »»

Yet another great month

September 8, 2015 The weather is not the only hot thing on Maui — our visitor industry is having a record year and last week’s release of July’s numbers by Hospitality Advisors showed the Valley Isle continuing its... more »»

Labor Day honors work

September 6, 2015 For most, the nature of labor has changed radically in the last couple of decades — even on Maui. Calluses have been exchanged for carpal tunnel syndrome. more »»

Readers pick ‘Best fof Maui’

September 4, 2015 One of our favorite editions of the year is The Maui News’ “Best of Maui” publication on the Labor Day weekend. This year’s “Best of Maui” will appear in Sunday’s paper. more »»

Part of a lab experiment?

September 3, 2015 A long time ago, a college professor told his sociology class about a study that related the behavior of lab rodents to the density of their population. more »»



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