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Stickers on truck show Hawaiian and U.S. pride

August 11, 2014 I like what I saw the morning of July 16 while driving to work. There was a truck ahead of me with a sticker “Proud to be Hawaiian.” Displayed on the back of the truck, driver side, was a U.S. more »»

New hospice on Maui is neither wanted nor needed

August 11, 2014 Why does this unwanted hospice coming into Maui not have to do an environmental assessment (The Maui News, Aug. 3)? Making our beloved Hospice Maui do one is wrong. more »»

Book illustrates good way to get complete workout

August 11, 2014 The July 30 front-page coverage of the Maui Prime Time Wellness Fair struck an important note as to the ease of exercise and stretching even when seate. more »»

Speeders turning Eha Street into a danger zone

August 11, 2014 I live at Iao Parkside, fronting Eha Street, where the public has turned the street into a drag strip with motorcycles and scooters speeding up and down the street. more »»

Non-English-speaking driver a lawsuit in waiting

August 11, 2014 Mahalo to American Civil Liberties Union and the Department of Transportation for having the driver’s license in seven more language. more »»

Good source of information found for beekeepers

August 10, 2014 Many of my fellow beekeepers are always fighting the small hive beetle to no avail. I recently opened a hive to see grub-infested honey and brood, heartbreaking indeed. more »»

Ban on Styrofoam needed to protect the aina

August 10, 2014 Kudos to Maui County for finally readdressing banning Styrofoam takeout containers (The Maui News, July 29). Being from Portland, Ore. more »»

Sentence for brutal beating doesn’t match crime

August 10, 2014 Five years after a beating at Makena Landing that hospitalized a schoolteacher and canoe paddling coach, a Kihei man was sentenced to a 10-month jail term for “a senseless act of violence” (The Maui... more »»

Time to get serious about building undersea cable

August 10, 2014 It is interesting how Oahu is looking at LNG (liquefied natural gas) as the answer to solving Hawaii’s high energy cost. more »»

Beware of those things that we take for granted

August 10, 2014 We take it for granted that private property is an absolute right. Some might say an absolute good. But it is neither. The will of the community and social morals trump any right to own propert. more »»

Failure to raise American flag is unacceptable

August 10, 2014 Shamefully, the American flag no longer is raised at the Nisei Veterans Memorial Center in Wailuku, despite prior attempts to rectify the situation. more »»

Nava has attributes needed in a council member

August 9, 2014 Extraordinary is the first word that comes to mind when spotting yard signs of Rick Nava, candidate for Maui County Council, West Maui. more »»

Vote for new faces to change Maui’s direction

August 9, 2014 Many new faces have decided to run for offices in this election cycle. New faces bring new ideas, aiding the democracy we all so cherish. Our county needs new blood and fresh ideas. more »»

Citizens of this country have a duty to vote

August 9, 2014 Your duty is to vote. You, as a citizen of this great country, have a right and duty to vote in the upcoming elections. more »»

Want to be better off? Then vote for new people

August 9, 2014 Every day my mailbox is stuffed with cards and letters from familiar political names requesting my vote. Therein may be Maui’s proble. more »»

Nava knows the true value of service above self

August 9, 2014 Rick Nava has helped me grow as a student, leader and overall individual. more »»

Vote for change and make Hawaii a two-party state

August 9, 2014 Democrats control Hawaii. Republicans hold 1 of 25 Senate seats and 7 of 51 House seats. Effective Republican opposition or competition is impossible. more »»

Vote for Amato and against ‘legalized bribery’

August 9, 2014 I got the phrase “legalized bribery” from the book “End Legalized Bribery.” It was written by the late Cecil L. more »»

GMO stance makes Kopelman right choice

August 9, 2014 With all due respect to our mayor, how does he know genetically modified organisms do not negatively affect us? He believes they’re not harmful (The Maui News, July 26. more »»

 
 

 

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