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Monsanto plans challenge to approved ban on GMOs

November 6, 2014 One day after a historic citizens initiative calling for a moratorium on the cultivation of all genetically engineered crops in Maui County passed, Monsanto Hawaii said that it intends to challenge... more »»

Maui County boasts best voter turnout

November 6, 2014 With the hotly contested and historic genetically modified organism moratorium on Tuesday’s ballot, Maui County posted the highest voter turnout rate in the state at 52. more »»


November 6, 2014 More than a decade ago, Venus Kawamoto, a former school cafeteria and hotel cook, turned her passion for cooking into a successful business, utilizing products the Valley Isle has to offer. more »»

New headmaster named at Seabury Hall

November 6, 2014 Seabury Hall has chosen a new headmaster to replace Joseph Schmidt, who will retire at the end of the school year after spending two decades at the Olinda campus. more »»

Unprovoked stabbing at mall draws 10-year term

November 6, 2014 WAILUKU — For an unprovoked attack on a stranger that turned a shopping center restroom into what a judge called a “bathroom of horrors,” a homeless man was sentenced Wednesday to a 10-year prison... more »»

White, Guzman retain council seats

November 5, 2014 Maui County Council Members Mike White and Don Guzman withstood challenges from former council members Tuesday. White retained his Makawao-Haiku-Paia council seat by taking 22,762 votes, or 50. more »»

Cochran enjoys victory after getting early scare

November 5, 2014 In the tightest of Maui County Council races, incumbent Elle Cochran outpaced newcomer Ka‘ala Buenconsejo to retain her West Maui residency sea. more »»

Result better than Arakawa expected

November 5, 2014 Mayor Alan Arakawa easily won re-election Tuesday night, defeating political newcomer Tamara Paltin with 25,151 votes, or 55.5 percent, to Paltin’s 17,839 votes, or 39.4 percent. more »»

All Maui statehouse incumbents victorious

November 5, 2014 Incumbent Maui Democratic state legislators all cruised to victory Tuesday night. In Senate District 5, which encompasses Wailuku, Waihee and Kahului, Democrat Gil S. more »»

Election Results

November 5, 2014 (D) — Democrat; (L) — Libertarian; (I) — Independent; (R) — Republican Maui County races are nonpartisan. * Incumbent ** Shan S. Tsutsui is the incumbent lieutenant governor. more »»

Update 11:30 p.m.: GMO initiative passes

November 5, 2014 Maui County voters approved a ballot initiative calling for a moratorium on genetically engineered organisms. more »»

2014 Election

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Woman seeking to bring attention to turtles

November 5, 2014 A Canadian couple celebrating their 30th wedding anniversary on Maui noticed a male swimmer repeatedly touching an endangered green sea turtle in the waters off their Kihei condo Oct. 29. more »»

Stunning art mimics reality

November 4, 2014 FIRST PHOTO: Cousins Renzo James Gaoiran, 10, (from right) and Naomi Menor, 8, survey the entrants of the Maui Fil-Am Heritage Festival’s Pinoy Art Contest on Saturday at the Maui Mall. more »»

‘Juiciest ballot’ but early voter totals mixed

November 4, 2014 Maui County Clerk Danny Mateo is “a little disappointed” over the mixed results of the early mail-in and walk-in voter totals prior to the general election today. more »»

Despite seepage, plan for discharge into wells

November 4, 2014 Although it’s been shown that wastewater injected underground at the Lahaina Wastewater Reclamation Facility seeps into nearshore West Maui waters, the state Department of Health is proposing to... more »»

Chief Faaumu and deputy Rickard sworn into office at Kihei station

November 4, 2014 KIHEI — Maui County Police Chief Tivoli Faaumu pledged to run a Police Department that is open and responsive to community needs, as he and Deputy Chief Dean Rickard were sworn into office Monday. more »»

Plan could benefit customers waiting for a PV system OK

November 4, 2014 About 330 Maui Electric Co. customers, awaiting approvals for photovoltaic systems on circuits with high amounts of PV, may benefit from a new plan announced Monday that relies on inverter technology. more »»



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