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Today is ‘Don’t Fry Day’

May 23, 2014 Today has been designated “Don’t Fry Day” by the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention — a day for all of us who live out here on a tropical island to remember that skin cancer caused by... more »»

The scandal at the VA

May 22, 2014 It is tragic that just days before a holiday that salutes and remembers those who have given their lives for the United States in warfare, a scandal is engulfing the system designed to help the... more »»

Use your seat belts

May 21, 2014 Seat belts have been standard equipment in cars for about a half-century now, so it is amazing that police still have to conduct campaigns like the current Click It or Ticket one in Maui County. more »»

Keep ban on cellphones

May 20, 2014 The period for public comment for the proposal to lift the ban on cellular phone service on airliners ended Friday. more »»

Saluting this year’s grads

May 19, 2014 Friday’s Maui News had a section on the 2014 graduates from Maui County high schools. more »»

Go after the waiver

May 18, 2014 We are somewhat surprised by the vehemence with which state legislators attacked Hawaii Medical Service Association President Michael Gold for suggesting the state immediately seek a waiver to “get... more »»

Batteries not included

May 17, 2014 A lot of folks think they have to be plugged into a digital world seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Except, in order to accomplish that plugged-in feeling, you can’t be plugged in. more »»

Stunning ruling

May 16, 2014 The European Court of Justice ruled against Google Tuesday in a move that may have a far-reaching effect in the debate between privacy and free speech/free press. more »»

Learning from JFK

May 15, 2014 ”Let us not despair but act. Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer but the right answer. more »»

Great night in the Spotlight

May 14, 2014 Monday evening Alexander & Baldwin hosted the 15th annual Athlete Recognition Reception for teens featured this year in the Sports Spotlight on our pages. more »»

Prepare early for storm season

May 13, 2014 Watching the tornadoes in Texas and the Midwest over the weekend reminds us we will soon be entering storm season here in the Pacific. Every year we write editorials about preparatio. more »»

Put the focus on health

May 12, 2014 In our discussion last week with Hawaii Medical Services Association President Michael Gold, the subject of switching from treating illnesses to promoting healthy lifestyles came up. more »»

Celebrating Mother’s Day

May 11, 2014 “One bright and guiding light “That taught me wrong from right “I found in my mother’s eyes . . . “God’s gift sent from above “One real unselfish love “I found in my mother’s eyes. more »»

Inspiring students

May 10, 2014 A Gallup poll of 30,000 college graduates found that “name-brand” schools don’t produce happier lives or more success than good old generic ones. more »»

Go after waiver now

May 9, 2014 The president of Hawaii Medical Service Association believes the state should immediately ask the federal government for a waiver to get out from under the burden of supporting the state’s health... more »»

Anniversary of V-E Day

May 8, 2014 Today is the 69th celebration of Victory in Europe. May 8, 1945, is marked as the day that Germany surrendered when the Nazis laid down their arms, ending the European part of World War II. more »»

Big plans for The Outlets

May 7, 2014 A story on Business Wire on Monday said the owners of The Outlets of Maui are already planning an expansion for the shopping center in Lahaina. more »»

Fiddling while Rome burns

May 6, 2014 There is an old business adage that in a crisis, the only thing worse than a bad decision is no decision. more »»

Boys’ Day a tradition

May 5, 2014 May 5 is another opportunity for all of Maui to enjoy one of the cultural contributions to the island’s calendar of special days. more »»

How far we have fallen

May 4, 2014 It’s interesting that 53 years after the United States put its first citizen in space, a Russian official is using our tattered space program to belittle us. In response to stricter U.. more »»

 
 
 

 

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