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Flume ‘about 90 percent’ complete

October 21, 2014 The Waikamoi Flume should be fully operational by next month as the rotting and aging redwood of the flume is being replaced with shiny new aluminum that will improve the reliability of the system... more »»

Super PACs could impact West Maui race

October 21, 2014 * EDITOR’S NOTE — This story is part of a series of stories covering contested state legislative and Maui County contests leading up to the Nov. 4 general election. more »»

Panel moves meetings to Kihei Police Station

October 21, 2014 LAHAINA — Beginning next month, the Maui Police Commission will move its regular monthly meetings to a community meeting room in the Kihei Police Station, following public complaints about the... more »»

Man’s board sustains bite from shark

October 21, 2014 A shark knocked a 58-year-old Makawao man off his stand-up paddleboard Monday morning in Kahului Harbor, a state Department of Land and Natural Resources official said. more »»

County/In Brief

October 21, 2014 Stop sign campaign nets 360 citations Nearly 360 citations were issued by the Maui Police Department’s Traffic Division for disregarding stop signs or red lights between Oct. more »»

County jobless rate down from last year

October 21, 2014 Maui County’s unemployment rate in September was a full percentage point lower than last year at 4.3 percent, the state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations reported Monday. more »»

DLNR to reopen parks, harbors, forest areas

October 21, 2014 As Hurricane Ana moved away from the main Hawaiian Islands, the state Department of Land and Natural Resources announced Monday that it will reopen all state parks, state small boat harbors and... more »»

Ana provides a light show

October 20, 2014 Thunder and lightning from Hurricane Ana raged overhead late Saturday night, frightening some South Maui residents and causing others to photograph the spectacl. more »»

1,100 cats estimated near bird sanctuary

October 20, 2014 KIHEI — About 1,100 free-roaming and feral cats loiter around Kanaha Beach Park and surrounding areas in Kahului, according to a December survey, and researchers say “serious management attention”... more »»

Boater safety class required

October 20, 2014 Boaters must take a boating safety class by Nov. more »»

Woman gets probation for biting officer

October 20, 2014 WAILUKU — A woman who said she was intoxicated when she bit a police officer during Halloween festivities in Lahaina three years ago was ordered to perform 50 hours of community service. more »»

Crime Watch

October 20, 2014 THIS IS A LIST of residential burglaries, stolen vehicles and vehicle break-ins in Maui County reported to the Maui Police Department from Oct. 5 to 11. more »»

Dui Sentences

October 20, 2014 The following sentences for driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor occurred during the period of Oct. 13 to 17. The listings include the offender’s name, age, residence and charge. more »»

Storm brings rain, little else

October 19, 2014 Hurricane Ana has skirted south of most of the Hawaiian Islands, causing little damage, but will “continue to be a player” in Maui County and the rest of the state over the weekend with a flash-floo... more »»

Surfer escapes shark attack at 'Freight Trains'

October 19, 2014 MAALAEA — A Haiku surfer kicked and punched an attacking tiger shark while holding his 8-year-old son Saturday morning in waters off Maalaea. more »»

Newcomer taking on incumbent mayor

October 19, 2014 Mayor Alan Arakawa is trying to do what incumbents, including himself, have tried and failed to do since Mayor Linda Lingle — win a second consecutive term. more »»

Candidates night to be held Friday

October 19, 2014 The West Maui Taxpayers Association will hold a candidates night beginning at 5 p.m. Friday at the Lahaina Civic Center. more »»

Maui warily waits for Ana

October 18, 2014 MAALAEA — While weather forecasters predicted Friday evening that Hurricane Ana would pass 175 miles southwest of the Hawaiian Islands this weekend, it remained unclear how storm-generated surf and... more »»

UH regents speed tuition-decrease process

October 18, 2014 KAHULUI — The process to implement tuition decreases for the University of Hawaii system will now be expedited after the UH Board of Regents approved revisions Thursday to its board policy for... more »»



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