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Glyphosate linked with cancer, ban called for

April 14, 2015 On March 20, the World Health Organization made a stunning announcement, declaring that the main chemical ingredient in Monsanto’s best-selling weed killer Roundup — glyphosate — has the potential t... more »»

Caution regarding EUTF fund fiscally prudent action by county

April 12, 2015 I’d like to clear up a few mistakes made by The Maui News and a recent story it reported on involving an audit of our Treasury Divisio. more »»

Hooray to Baker for taking on greedy giant

April 12, 2015 Hooray to Sen. Roz Baker for passionately supporting our hospital by taking on the Hawaii Government Employees Union (The Maui News, April 1). They only care about keeping their union due. more »»

Create a sustainable community model

April 12, 2015 When I shook President Bush’s hand I asked him, “Do you think 9/11 is the beginning of World War III?” In typical cowboy style he answered, “I don’t know, Ori, I just take them one at a time as they... more »»

System of government is corrupt and broken

April 12, 2015 Aside from the science surrounding the GMO issue, I’d like to speak to the serious damage taking place to our democracy. more »»

People of Maui want to be green and recycle

April 12, 2015 I am writing to argue for an islandwide, tax-sponsored curbside recycling system on the island of Maui. more »»

New study supports notion of when human life starts

April 10, 2015 In the March 31 Maui News article titled “Study finds equality between sexes,” a statement of one of the authors caught my attention. Dr. more »»

Today in History

April 10, 2015 Today is Friday, April 10, the 100th day of 2015. There are 265 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On April 10, 1925, the novel “The Great Gatsby,” F. more »»

Horrific battle for Okinawa left soldiers shellshocked

April 10, 2015 On April 1, 1945, U.S. forces invaded the island of Okinaw. more »»

HHSC’s operations entail robbing Peter to pay Paul

April 10, 2015 In 2009, an expert in hospital management completed a thorough assessment of Hawaii Health Systems Cor. more »»

Jimmy Carter no longer worst president in history

April 10, 2015 Regarding the letter appearing on March 26 wherein the writer says we should wait for an objective opinion of Obama’s presidential performance: He goes on to say that our subjective opinions are... more »»

St. Anthony grads move on to success in college, life

April 9, 2015 As parents, we want to see our children excel and reach beyond their abilities — strive for goals set by the individual student as well as parent. more »»

Community deserves better Canoe Beach restrooms

April 9, 2015 What is going on with the restrooms at Canoe (Hanakao‘o) Beach in West Maui? Why have they been closed for well over a year? Why would the county spend money on painting the building, installing new... more »»

For Mauians with an eye on the future, see TEDx Youth

April 9, 2015 This is an open query to the people of Maui: Are you interested in Maui’s (and the world’s) future? Do you want to know how the youth who will be determining that future are thinking, and what are... more »»

Bicycling league working to make Maui roads safer

April 9, 2015 A letter writer’s observation that some cyclists show disregard for road rules (Letters, March 25) is valid; however, as cyclists, we can just as easily observe — on a daily basis — motorists who... more »»

Sustainable model needed for Maui hospitals to flourish, attract doctors

April 8, 2015 The Medical Executive Committee at Maui Memorial Medical Center supports House Bill 1075 — because we support a thriving community through quality health car. more »»

Sen. Brian Schatz making trouble in Washington

April 8, 2015 Hawaii’s newest U.S. senator, Brian “Crybaby” Schatz (D), is making trouble again, this time out in Washington, D.C. more »»

Residents need to confront NextEra in large numbers

April 8, 2015 The mission statements of many multibillion-dollar corporations often read that customer satisfaction is their goal. However, profit motive is rarely mentioned. more »»

Shortfall supports grounds for constitutional change

April 8, 2015 With regard to the multimillion-dollar shortfall that will seriously degrade the services offered by Maui Memorial Medical Center, this is one of the best arguments for an amendment to the Hawaii... more »»

Officer provides much needed ‘uncle’ energy

April 8, 2015 Maui police officer — you know who you are — you are the wonderful “uncle” who showed up in the instant you were needed during the March 27 Fourth Friday party in Kihei. more »»



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