Justin Arcano arranges fresh-picked fruit and specialty items like mango bread while helping open the Yee’s Orchard stand in Kihei on Saturday morning. The farm and stand were founded by his great-grandfather, Maui optometrist, Dr. Wilbert Yee. Arcano said he helps his grandparents, Pat and Harold Iwamoto, with the farm.“We’ve been here about 70 years,” Arcano said. He said business has not suffered during the coronavirus pandemic, and the crowd of shoppers who descended on the stand not long after opening proved his point. “It didn’t effect us too much,” Arcano said. “We’re farmers, and we have a lot of local clientele, a lot of weekly people who visit our stand.”
The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo
Sensei Ag’s co-founders Larry Ellison (left) and Dr. David Agus are shown. The co-founder of Oracle and the doctor formed Sensei Holdings. Sensei Ag photo
Tristan Nichols ranked second on the Wolf Pack last season with four sacks.
Tristan Nichols, who played for Maui High School before graduating from Saint Louis, is coming off a torn anterior cruciate ligament and meniscus in his knee suffered in Nevada’s regular-season finale. Nevada Athletics / John Byrne photos
Residents at Kalaupapa decided to hunker down rather than evacuate the isolated peninsula in north Molokai on Sunday as Hurricane Douglas approached. There was a nice sunset after the hurricane passed with a little rain and almost no wind.
A Young Brothers barge sits in Kahului Harbor on July 14. The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo
Sister Barbara Jean Wajda and Sister Alicia Damien Lau pose for this photo in Kalaupapa on Sunday after the threat of Hurricane Douglas had passed. Photos courtesy of Sister Alicia Damien Lau