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Maui News writer is gone but not forgotten

April 24, 2016 I have always held Ron Youngblood in high esteem. He is gone, but I will always remember him, not only for his great writings but because he was such a great guy. more »»

To treat war as a game does a serious disservice

April 24, 2016 I was pleased to see in the April 19 Letters section that someone else was disturbed by the Doris Todd Christian Academy’s reenactment of a World War II battle (The Maui News, April 2). more »»

Handmade kite flying event was a success

April 24, 2016 The sky filled with high-flying colorful kites on April 16 was quite spectacular. Watching entire families participating in this free event was only part of the enjoyment for me as a spectato. more »»

Personal property rights are not an absolute

April 24, 2016 Lots of people and groups have been adding their 2 cents’ worth to the issue of the vacant 36,000 acre. more »»

Maui residents need to learn how to drive

April 24, 2016 I just visited your beautiful island. The people everywhere were wonderful. However, there is one huge problem — your residents need to learn how to drive. more »»

Alternatives to prison not helping some criminals

April 21, 2016 The court system here in Maui is seriously broken. It seems as if here in Maui, it’s OK to steal cars, sell drugs, steal from people’s homes. more »»

Industry an obstacle to global warming solution

April 21, 2016 New studies recently out warn that global warming/climate change will produce sea level rise of as much as 2 meters (6 feet) before the end of this century and a foot a decade after tha. more »»

People with bright ideas should start farming land

April 21, 2016 Maui’s mayor is looking for farmers to lease or purchase land from A&B (The Maui News, April 15. more »»

Faulty math found in mayor’s column

April 21, 2016 I must confess to puzzlement after reading “Our County” by Mayor Arakawa in the April 15 Maui News. “For example, for fiscal year 2015 the administration proposed a $623 million budget. more »»

UH Cancer Center benefits the people

April 21, 2016 On the list of important legislative issues this session is the passage of the state budget HB1700 which includes $3 million to continue operating the UH Cancer Center. more »»

Buyers beware of pollution at Napili condo complex

April 21, 2016 Wanted to give a history lesson to prospective buyers of the Wailele Ridge complex that is preparing to build soon here in Napili. more »»

Environmentalists called for shutdown of Superferry

April 21, 2016 Isn’t it ironic how Maui’s vocal minority — aka “elitist environmentalists” — called for the shutdown of the Superferry and now calls on the local farming community to step in and farm HC&S land... more »»

‘Committed citizens’ key to effecting change

April 21, 2016 The Kihei Community Association’s (KCA) community meeting on May 17 will examine South Maui development versus infrastructure. more »»

MISC can’t control coqui frogs without homeowners

April 20, 2016 I live in Haiku on Maliko Gulch. I have seen coquis go very quickly from one errant frog to a major infestation that causes me to sleep with every door and window closed. more »»

Happy Valley could use flashing crosswalk

April 20, 2016 The flashing crosswalks in Kihei at the roundabout are quite impressive. I encourage our County Council to install one at the bottom of Happy Valley, between Mokuhau and Piihana roads. more »»

Where is Pat Paulsen when we need him?

April 20, 2016 There has been much media talk about our seemingly bottom-of-the-barrel choices for president. more »»

Religions that encourage intolerance are a danger

April 20, 2016 The definition of faith: “The firm belief in something in which there is no proof” (irrational thinking), often the result of childhood indoctrination which discourages critical thinking. more »»

NextEra shows aloha for Molokai students

April 20, 2016 NextEra’s project to help Molokai schoolchildren be more comfortable in their classrooms is commendable. more »»

Public sector wages not keeping up with the high cost of paradise

April 19, 2016 It’s a given that those choosing a career in public service are not doing it for the money. more »»

We all have to follow handicapped parking rules

April 19, 2016 Feeling totally outraged, reluctantly I called the police on a fellow islander. Being disabled, I was parked in a handicapped spot at the Queen Ka‘ahumanu Center. more »»

 
 
 

 

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