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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 »»

Pamphlet is a valuable tool

June 7, 2015 Obviously one of the reasons Maui is so appealing to visitors is all of the fun to be had in the Pacific Ocea. more »»

Preserving a legacy

June 5, 2015 “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 lesson in the past

June 4, 2015 With the 71st anniversary of D-Day coming Saturday, it is interesting to look once again at the man chosen to lead the re-taking of Europe. more »»

Alert the authorities

June 3, 2015 The issue of rape on college campuses has received a lot of publicity lately. more »»

Saluting this year’s grads

June 2, 2015 Beginning with the special section in the May 22nd edition of The Maui News, we have enjoyed reading about all of the graduates of 201. more »»

Explanation is required

May 31, 2015 The Hawaii State Teachers Association board of directors needs to be more forthcoming about why it rejected the results of the recently concluded election for union officers. more »»

Blurring the lines

May 29, 2015 There is no question that the business of news has changed dramatically in the last half century. more »»

Bumbling along with your money

May 28, 2015 Back in the bad old days of the Great Recession, we were very critical of the Lingle administration delaying tax refunds to Hawaii’s citizens until the next fiscal yea. more »»

Prepare for storm season

May 27, 2015 The devastating flooding in Texas and the tornados that ripped apart portions of the south and Midwest this past weekend reminded us that it is time to begin preparations for storm season here in... more »»

The changed face of war

May 26, 2015 In our mind, Memorial Day has always been a solemn occasion marked by the grizzled faces of veterans whose sad eyes reflect visages of fallen comrades and un-erasable images of lonely battlefields. more »»

Memorial Day’s true meaning

May 24, 2015 Monday is Memorial Day. It is a day intended to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in war while serving in the armed forces of the United States of America. more »»

A little girl lost

May 22, 2015 Memorial Day weekend is a time for remembering those who have served our country in the armed forces. But, sometimes, memories of others are stirred, too. . . . more »»



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