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Sharing Mana‘o

After Monday’s federal court ruling which struck down the CDC mask mandate for travelers, I received a timely email from my Dictionary.com subscription service. This week’s “Language Lovers” article included half a dozen current travel slang terms, all of which are portmanteaus — ...

Volunteers are the heart of our community

Every volunteer, no matter how big or small his or her contribution, helps to make the County of Maui one of the world’s best places to live. The work of helping hands and caring hearts mix the “secret sauce” that makes Maui, Moloka‘i and Lana‘i such ono places to call ...

The State of Aloha

Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s ascension to the Supreme Court of the United States is making history no matter what. Judge (she’s not a justice until sworn in as one) Jackson will become the first Black woman to ascend the highest court in the country. That indeed is a milestone. Judge ...

Voices In Prevention

Voices in Prevention spotlights people on Maui, Moloka‘i and Lana‘i who are working in drug use prevention, treatment and recovery, or are affected by substance use. This month, we spoke with Lauren Loor, who has a master’s degree in public health and is the Healthy Eating + Active Living ...

Healthwise Maui

Q: What are the signs of heart disease in women?  Dr. Travis Glenn, Family Medicine, Glenn Family Medicine: People often think of heart disease as a health problem for men, when in fact, one in four women die from heart disease each year, making it the leading cause of death for women in the ...