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Remember senator’s lack of support for hospital

July 7, 2014 South Maui citizens, please remember the efforts of Dr. Ron Kwon to build a privately funded second hospital on Maui, who had a private practice in Wailuku for nearly 23 years. Dr. more »»

Some of the testimony against GMOs defied reality

July 7, 2014 I sat through the last two Maui County Council meetings pertaining to the ordinance to ban the cultivation of genetically engineered crops. more »»

Salt Lake City sets an example on homelessness

July 6, 2014 Salt Lake City has all but ended its chronic homelessnes. more »»

Mayor is putting up communication roadblocks

July 6, 2014 I was disappointed to read in The Maui News on June 27 that the mayor directed all county civil service employees, directors and their staff to halt direct communication with the Maui County Council... more »»

Maui, don’t be railroaded into a GMO moratorium

July 6, 2014 Listen up, citizens of Maui County. more »»

Roadside sign wavers can pose risk to motorists

July 6, 2014 After reading the July 2 letter “Sign-waving candidate feels aloha from motorists,” I’d like to present the following thoughts. more »»

Aloha Heritage Center would be good for Maui

July 6, 2014 A few people living Upcountry near the Longs shopping center object to Grace Church building what’s called the Aloha Heritage Center next to the shopping center. more »»

Animal studies have shown GMOs to be harmful

July 6, 2014 The July 2 headline, “EPA officials say no health issues seen in GMO papayas,” is not totally true. I watched the testimony of the experts, and Dr. more »»

Monsanto should change to growing healthy seeds

July 6, 2014 If Monsanto is so proud of the product it grows then why is it spending millions of dollars to stop genetically modified organism labeling? Instead of spending money on that, why won’t it change to... more »»

Cartoon regarding school shootings based on lies

July 6, 2014 In response to the heartbreaking cartoon (The Maui News, June 19) depicting a little kid at his school desk with his head in his hands and a chalkboard behind him with the words “74 School Shootings... more »»

Viewpoint: GMO moratorium is unnecessary

July 5, 2014 Over the past 20 years I have been asked by friends, family, community groups and students about my opinion on genetically modified food. more »»

Brave act by mayor’s family to share cancer story

July 5, 2014 The good book says that the prayers of a righteous man (or woman) avails muc. more »»

Fairness of fine levied against HC&S questioned

July 5, 2014 Is the fine of $1.3 million levied the Department of Health against Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. more »»

Is the U.S. poised for instant replay of history?

July 5, 2014 With the plethora of untoward national distractions, one must wonder if there is a light at the end of the tunnel. more »»

Candidate sees state moving in wrong direction

July 5, 2014 I want to introduce myself as a candidate for state representative in District 8 challenging Joe Souki. Getting involved in politics is something I never saw myself doing or even wanting to d. more »»

Not a ‘sweet deal’: County getting taxes owed

July 4, 2014 For three consecutive years, the nonprofit organization Maui Tomorrow forgot to file its 990 forms with the state as required by law. more »»

Governor failed to answer question about hospital

July 4, 2014 The Maui News had a great article on the governor’s speech at the Maui Chamber of Commerce luncheon (June 28. more »»

Pets that are left to survive on their own don’t

July 4, 2014 The cute picture in The Maui News (June 27) of a feral cat walking jauntily through the park was a misrepresentation of the plight of feral cats. more »»

The only people who can help us are ourselves

July 4, 2014 I recently wrote a few letters urging people to get involved and to start using the petition method to enact change in our islands’ laws. more »»

Don’t allow events that disrupt residents’ sleep

July 4, 2014 Thanks to the Maui County Council members for their service. Kahului-Wailuku residents need their help. It is June 29 at 1 a.m. more »»



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