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‘Superbug’ in Hawaii

September 25, 2016 Hawaii has the dubious distinction of being the home of a new strain of gonorrhea that is proving very resistant to the two antibiotics currently considered the gold standard for treatment of the... more »»

Worries about our hospital

September 23, 2016 Just what exactly is going to be left of Maui Memorial Medical Center when it is finally transitioned into being operated by Kaiser? Originally, transfer of the operations of the Hawaii Health... more »»

Pressured into fraud

September 22, 2016 The Wells Fargo scandal points out, once again, that the buck seldom stops at the to. more »»

A significant date in history

September 21, 2016 Thursday is the 154th anniversary of a very important event in American history. On Sept. more »»

Terrorism by any other name

September 20, 2016 The weekend’s events in New York City and surrounding areas were troubling in many respects, not the least of which was the reluctance of the NYC mayor to immediately label the bombings terroris. more »»

Debates are key to election

September 18, 2016 As we have written here previously, the debates between presidential candidates are often the deciding factor in elections. Going back to 1960 when John F. Kennedy and Richard M. more »»

Clinton needs to take it easy

September 16, 2016 A long, long time ago, we had a pain in our side. A little toward the back, right below the rib cage. In addition to that pain, we had a persistent cough. more »»

Bad example from the top

September 15, 2016 There is an effort afoot across most of the nation to find ways to stop bullyin. more »»

Watching over your shoulder

September 14, 2016 Did you ever get the feeling someone’s watching you? Ever get the feeling someone is following you? Well, someone is. As Jack Paar once put it, “Even paranoid people can have enemies. more »»

All talk, no listen

September 13, 2016 If you are like most people who use a computer, your email is probably riddled with all kinds of pieces forwarded by friends or acquaintances. more »»

Maui watches, waits, mourns

September 11, 2016 (This editorial appeared Sept. 12, 2001, in The Maui News.) Maui County awoke to a new, more frightening world yesterday. more »»

Aftermath of an attack, Part II

September 9, 2016 In light of Sunday’s 15th anniversary of the terrorist attack of Sept. 11, 2001, we devoted Thursday’s editorial and today’s to the aftermath of that calamity. more »»

Aftermath of an attack, Part 1

September 8, 2016 This Sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attack of Sept. 11, 2001. more »»

When reality isn’t enough

September 7, 2016 As we have written before, it is interesting to note almost all the crime stories in The Maui News have a common element: The accused either has a history of alcohol or drug abuse or was at least... more »»

Another fight about smoking

September 6, 2016 The New York Times had an interesting article Friday about efforts by tobacco and e-cigarette lobbyists trying to block the Food and Drug Administration from conducting tests to determine the safety... more »»

Labor Day honors work

September 4, 2016 For most, the nature of labor has changed radically in the last couple of decades — even on Maui. Calluses have been exchanged for carpal tunnel syndrome. more »»

Readers pick ‘Best of Maui’

September 2, 2016 One of our favorite editions of the year is The Maui News’ “Best of Maui” publication on the Labor Day weekend. This year’s “Best of Maui” will appear in Sunday’s paper. more »»

Different kind of candidate

September 1, 2016 Many polls say quite a few Americans are unhappy with the presidential choices offered by the two major parties. more »»

An unseemly demonstration

August 31, 2016 It’s not illegal, just unseemly. San Francisco 49ers’ quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand during the playing of the national anthem is a symptom of ingratitude, not a protest. more »»

Unheralded act broke the dam

August 30, 2016 The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 are largely — and deservedly so — credited with assuring that black Americans could not be denied the right to vote. more »»



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