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Naming school after Patsy Mink the right thing to do

February 16, 2014 Support the naming of the new high school in Kihei after Patsy Mink. more »»

No reason why gays can’t also be pro athletes

February 16, 2014 This is in regard to the young college football player who is entering the NFL draft and has announced that he is gay. I’m puzzled as to why there are so many who think this is a problem. more »»

Cyclist sees good and bad in repavement projects

February 16, 2014 Let’s talk about roads. Cycling more than 5,000 miles in 2013, it was a pleasure to watch the excellent repavement job from Kaanapali to Maalaea. It was done at night with little traffic impediment. more »»

Event to celebrate prison ministry’s supporters

February 16, 2014 My husband, Al, and I have much appreciation for the last 30 years of friends and supporters for the Maui Community Correctional Center’s prison ministry. more »»

Parks director’s paid leave soaking the taxpayers

February 15, 2014 I read with interest the Feb. 12 front-page article regarding appointed Maui County Department of Parks and Recreation Director Glenn Correa’s paid administrative leave. more »»

Maui people deserve final say in naming of school

February 15, 2014 Naming Paia’s post office in honor of Patsy Takemoto Mink was a no-brainer. Naming the future high school in Kihei after her simply will not fly. more »»

Parks’ condition reflects department’s leadership

February 15, 2014 The article concerning Parks Director Glenna Correa (The Maui News, Feb. more »»

There’s something new in the sky but what is it?

February 15, 2014 It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s a fish. It’s Hawaiian Airlines’ scaly-tailed ‘Ohana. more »»

School name should honor Patsy Mink’s contributions

February 14, 2014 No disrespect to the Feb. 9 letter writer suggesting the people of Kihei having a say in naming the new high school, but “South Maui High”? We can do better. more »»

Symphony performance a memorable one

February 14, 2014 We had the pleasure of attending the Hawaii Youth Symphony performance at the Castle Theater on Feb. 9. more »»

Landscaping along highway can be fixed

February 14, 2014 A Jan. 25 letter writer asked us to address the landscaping on Mokulele Highway. So here goes. We’ve all heard complaining about this problem and I agree that it is an embarrassment. more »»

Driving under the influence brings risk of death

February 13, 2014 Yes, my children, I too am a child of the ’60s who is now 60. more »»

Early learning should be abandoned, not expanded

February 13, 2014 The director of the state Executive Office on Early Learning (Viewpoint, Feb. 8) claims that great benefit accrues to children who attend public preschool programs. more »»

Heed wishes of community when naming Kihei school

February 12, 2014 As a Board of Education member from 2002 through 2010, I recall the battle with the Department of Education to move the proposed high school in Kihei up the matrix of priority spending, where it sat... more »»

More support needed for kids’ basketball program

February 12, 2014 West Maui district of Parks and Recreation runs a coed basketball program for kindergartners through 8th-graders from December to mid-March. Almost 500 children play during this time. more »»

Police officials to be featured at KCA meeting

February 12, 2014 The Kihei Community Association is an all-volunteer, unfunded organization working for more than half a century to make South Maui a better place for our residents and businesses in a number of ways... more »»

Fix needed to quicken community plan updates

February 11, 2014 I can relate to a Feb. 1 and Feb. 6 writer’s frustrations with the updating, implementation and enforcement of community plans and the role of the Land Use Committee. more »»

Puzzling math used to determine tax reduction

February 11, 2014 The Feb. 7 front-page article on a proposed decrease in alcohol production taxes stated that “lawmakers consider bills that would reduce state taxes by about 350 percent. more »»

No to undersea cable; yes to hydroelectric power

February 11, 2014 Who really believes a $700 million cable from Maui to Oahu will result in lower bills for Maui residents? Try this. more »»

 
 

 

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