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Items don’t last forever but we can still dream

May 12, 2016 I wish items lasted longer and required less maintenance. more »»

LDS church is not a homophobic institution

May 12, 2016 When I read the May 1 article “Gay rock singer denounces faith” in The Maui News, I thought someone who is not a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints might easily formulate the... more »»

Uninsured, unlicensed driver seen back on road

May 12, 2016 Maui driver’s license law — let me tell you, there isn’t any. I was at a stop sign on a recent Saturday when I was rear-ended by a lady who did not have any insurance or driver’s license. more »»

‘Dance Showcase’ lauded, a magical show at Seabury

May 11, 2016 What an exquisite evening for minds, bodies and souls! “Dance Showcase” at the ‘A‘ali‘ikuhonua Creative Arts Center was magical, mahalo Seabury Hall! Alas! Excellence, energy, creativity, costumes,... more »»

Act against woman beyond the boundaries of cruelty

May 11, 2016 Did we ever think the day would come when a young woman is killed in our grocery store on Maui? How do we combat such a heinous act here on Maui? By holding signs on the side of the road? Ms. more »»

Maui Carnival respected fallen heroes service

May 11, 2016 The Maui News did an article on April 27 about a conflict of events for April 3. more »»

Visit to beach, drive show that Maui is changing

May 11, 2016 I preface this comment by saying I have lived on Maui for only seven years. Rarely did I believe someone when they said Maui is changing. Well, I now agree with the group that says Maui is changi. more »»

It’s important to know the facts, potential risks of smart meters

May 10, 2016 In her April 24 Viewpoint, Maui Electric Co. President Sharon Suzuki sang the praises of smart-grid technology, which includes blanketing the islands with smart meters. more »»

Churchmen realized their power required ‘great lie’

May 10, 2016 In the sixth century, at the Council of Constantinople, the church fathers decided to eliminate all belief in, evidence of and hope for reincarnation. more »»

rump sounds more like a president than alternative

May 10, 2016 “Donald Trump cannot be more ‘presidential’” (Letters, April 28) is certainly one man’s opinion, but it begs for the following question: Is it “presidential” for a woman who would be the first woman... more »»

Maui government is more expensive than necessary

May 8, 2016 I can only assume that Dave Deleon (Viewpoint, April 28) was not listening to my testimony to the Special Committee on County Governance, or he maybe didn’t believe me. more »»

Uncontrolled growth takes society down dark paths

May 8, 2016 The older I get the more concerned I become about humanity’s future. I won’t bore you with why. Global warming and endless war are at the top of my concerns. more »»

Put budget amendment on committee’s agenda

May 8, 2016 Equal pay for equal value is important for all families and for our economy. more »»

Declining use of pidgin English may help students

May 8, 2016 The steady decline in the use of pidgin English should result in higher standard test results. more »»

Leaders needed to run daily operations, not run for office

May 8, 2016 The extremely long “minority report” offered as a Viewpoint by Dave DeLeon (April 28) exemplifies why there was an unmet need for open-mindedness in the makeup of the special committee. more »»

Alternative form of county government has advantages

May 8, 2016 This letter is in response the Dave DeLeon’s selective arguments against changing the form of government to the council/manager form (Viewpoint, April 28). Mr. more »»

Opioids/opiates popular, available and deadly

May 8, 2016 Opioids are synthetic versions of opiates (basically heroin). Oxycodone is a combo of an opioid and stuff like Tylenol. Oxycontin is pure synthetic oxycodone, and is stronger. more »»

Unit 14 binding agreement is a good deal for all involved

May 8, 2016 The total cost to Maui County of the Unit 14 binding arbitration is less than $1.1 million. To put that in perspective, SHOPO’s last raises cost the county about $31 millio. more »»

DOH shirks its public health responsibility in cane burns

May 8, 2016 Cane ash covers my yard today. It’s impossible to remove and toxic due to all the things that Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. more »»

Ocean Safety officers save lives; a plus for isle visitors

May 8, 2016 Our main income is tourism, and Ocean Safety saves tourist lives every day by being professional, educating and responding. We keep the beaches safe for people who live here and visitors. more »»

 
 
 

 

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