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Reduced landfill hours, trash pickups unfortunate

August 24, 2014 I recall years ago when our landfill was open on weekends. This allowed for lots of yard and house cleaning on Saturday and Sunday with enough time to make several trips to the landfil. more »»

Public relations needs to be a priority for MPD

August 24, 2014 It is heartening to read about the applicants for chief of police in The Maui News (Aug. 18). The comments about public relations is very encouraging. more »»

Votes should be cast for morality, not for party

August 24, 2014 Please check the voting records of the existing people who are trying to get re-elected. more »»

Congress to blame for issue with corporate taxes

August 24, 2014 The Detroit News guest editorial (Aug. 21) regarding Walgreens and the 35 percent corporate income tax rate seems like a bit of sensationalism. It fails to present a complete pictur. more »»

Good reason to be proud of Maui Police Department

August 24, 2014 Congratulations to the Maui Police Department for the renewal of its accreditation (The Maui News, Aug. 18). more »»

Evidence is abundant on the safety of GM crops

August 23, 2014 An Aug. 12 Viewpoint asserted that questions about the safety of genetically modified crops are valid. Of course they are, as we all want our food to be safe. more »»

Mandatory jury service violates the Constitution

August 23, 2014 Steven Capobianco of Lahaina was arraigned July 15 for the second-degree murder of Carly “Charli” Scott. Mr. Capobianco’s trial is set to start Oct. 6. more »»

Links suggested that provide clarity on Israel

August 23, 2014 After reading many articles in The Maui News, online and letters in this paper, it is time for some serious clarity. more »»

Filter a good tool to sort out scientific claims

August 23, 2014 The other day, a friend on Facebook recommended a link to an article about genetically modified organisms. The article referenced a journal with a science-y name. more »»

Iao Valley attendant ambassador of aloha

August 23, 2014 Recently, when I visited Iao Valley with my two grandsons, the parking attendant was so pleasant and friendly. I was pleased to see his photo in the Aug. 18 Maui News. more »»

God provided in the aftermath of Big Isle storm

August 22, 2014 As the storm caused much damage to homes and businesses on the Big Island, I heard from friends and family there who shared how God provided their needs and the community has created a bond and... more »»

Time to reassess motives for high school football

August 22, 2014 It is time and we now have good reasons to take a long and serious look into the motives for supporting a football program in high school, especially in those private schools that charge... more »»

Progress is being made on dog park for Upcountry

August 22, 2014 As Mayor Alan Arakawa mentioned in his “Ask The Mayor” feature (The Maui News, Aug. 18), the Upcountry Dog Park in Makawao is indeed moving forward like never befor. more »»

Need for another hospice facility can’t be denied

August 19, 2014 For those in Maui County who question the need for another hospice facility, I suggest just a cursory look at Pages A4-6 of the Aug. 17 Maui News. more »»

Foes of sports complex will not be intimidated

August 19, 2014 A 209-acre parcel of land approximately 1.5 miles from Maui Lani is designated by the County of Maui to be a regional sports complex. more »»

A life without aspiration is not wisely lived

August 19, 2014 Most people will not give away their money but almost anyone or anything can filch that which is more precious — their time. People waste time on inessential, unnecessary and harmful things. more »»

Monsanto has no right to take away choice from us

August 19, 2014 Are we stupid about genetically altered foods? Some certainly are. The argument that science has only brought us good things is silly. more »»

Maui’s workforce housing law is hurting home development

August 18, 2014 Maui is suffering through a housing shortage. more »»

State had the right to approve same-sex marriage

August 18, 2014 In response to an Aug. more »»

Kihei high school is not on fast track after all

August 18, 2014 The Kihei community has been told that there was $130 million in the 2015 fiscal year budget to build Kihei high school. more »»

 
 

 

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