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Keiki o ka ‘Aina

September 3, 2013 On Saturday we threw together reading material we never get to and took ourselves far, far away to the cool reaches of Hosmer Grove in Haleakala National Park. more »»

Ask The Mayor

September 2, 2013 Q: I’m not sure who to ask, but maybe you can point me in the right direction. I’m going to be cremated and would like my daughter to bring my ashes to Maui to sprinkle them. more »»

Honoring the workforce on Labor Day

September 1, 2013 County offices will be closed Monday in celebration of a national holiday — Labor Da. more »»

‘The Best it’s Ever Been’

August 30, 2013 PAIA When Susun White took over as executive director of the Paia Youth & Cultural Center, it was bare bones. more »»

Maui Nei

August 29, 2013 In the backyard, they could have been a pack of politicians scratching and pecking at some sort of campaign aimed at filling their ballot bellies. more »»

Placing check-off designations on tax form paid for by all taxpayers

August 29, 2013 In recent years when money became tight because of the slowdown in the national and state economies, enthusiastic supporters of some very specific causes pushed lawmakers to allow taxpayers to... more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

August 28, 2013 I have to add my voice to the chorus of “Bravo!” for the Maui Academy of Performing Arts production of “Les Miserables. more »»

Keiki o ka ‘Aina

August 27, 2013 She was a kitten when we first met her, a pretty little tabby with intelligent eyes and a lot of spunk. more »»

Ask The Mayor

August 26, 2013 Q: I was saddened to hear about the 20-year-old German tourist who died of her injuries from the shark bit. more »»

Council proposes bills for state Legislature’s consideration

August 25, 2013 Three resolutions proposing new state laws were adopted by the Maui County Council last Tuesday for possible inclusion in the Hawaii State Association of Counties’ legislative packag. more »»

The State of Aloha

August 23, 2013 I went to college in San Francisco and wrote for the university’s paper. It was not uncommon to see activists of all stripes. Bike messengers wanted equal rights with automotive commuters. more »»

Maui Nei

August 22, 2013 Up on the mountain, the mornings have been pleasant — temperatures in the sun about 70 degrees and inside houses maybe 5 degrees cooler. Lately, midday has been another matter. more »»

Purchases of goods and services for resale afforded lesser rate

August 22, 2013 A reader of this commentary called to ask if the services of another business that he had procured for his client qualified for an exempt reimbursement under the general excise tax law. more »»

Sharing Mana‘o

August 21, 2013 Hot August night . . . and the leaves hangin’ down and the grass on the ground smellin’ . . . sweet. more »»

Keiki o ka ‘Aina

August 20, 2013 Our recent trip to Hana to look at historic churches with the popular Kaunoa teacher Sonny Gambonia took us about 10 hours from Haiku round trip, including lunch and several stops. more »»

Ask The Mayor

August 19, 2013 Q: Why on Maui are trucks allowed to have oversized tires sticking out past fender walls? How are these vehicles passing safety inspections? Why aren’t police enforcing? I was hit in the face by... more »»

Committee to review proposed Lanai desalination plant

August 18, 2013 On Thursday at 1:30 p.m., Pulama Lana‘i will give a presentation to the Maui County Council’s Water Resources Committee on its proposed desalination facility. more »»

The State of Aloha

August 16, 2013 Today is more than an excuse for government workers to get a three-day weekend in August. It’s Admissions Day — the day our islands were admitted to the United States as the 50th state. more »»

Maui Nei

August 15, 2013 It’s supper time. A four-footed clock is sitting a few feet away focusing intently. Cyrano, the house cat, often seems telepathic. more »»

Producers already enjoy reduced rate

August 15, 2013 measures introduced during the last session would have exempted from the general excise tax the sale of fresh farm produce that is intended for human consumption within the state. more »»



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