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Giving a special joy

December 20, 2013 The joy of Christmas is in giving. Selecting just the right gift for a loved one and seeing it bring cheer is a special delight this time of year. more »»

Birth of a princess noted

December 19, 2013 Dec. 19, 1831, a daughter was born to Ke Ali‘i Abner Paki and Laura Konia in Honolulu. more »»

Sunshine is important

December 18, 2013 In our democratic republic, we elect representatives to enact laws and administer governmental function. more »»

Anniversary of hero’s death

December 17, 2013 Today marks the first anniversary of the passing of Sen. Daniel Inouye. As we wrote last year, Inouye’s death marked the closing of the most important chapter of Hawaii’s life as a state to dat. more »»

Hawaii is healthiest

December 16, 2013 Hawaii has claimed the title of the healthiest state, according to a study released last week by the United Health Foundation. more »»

First Light begins on Wednesday

December 15, 2013 There are many wonderful things about living on Maui and one of them is that we get many of the amenities of an urban area while enjoying the ambience of small-town life. more »»

Electronics for Christmas

December 14, 2013 While we sometimes make light of people who are addicted to their cellphones, social media and the like, it is true that some of the newer gadgets are pretty nifty. more »»

Working in the shadows

December 13, 2013 The Maui County Council is getting ever more comfortable with conducting the public’s business out of sight. more »»

Let’s make a deal . . .

December 12, 2013 Well, no sooner did we get an editorial out of the old computer saying that budget talks between Democrats and Republicans were stalled than — bam! — a deal was announced. more »»

Final thoughts about Mandela

December 11, 2013 Nelson Mandela’s memorial Tuesday ended a five-day stretch that was more a celebration of a life supremely lived than a period of mourning. more »»

First steps to compromise

December 10, 2013 The reason you haven’t heard very much about the budget talks that were scheduled as part of the deal to end the government shutdown two months ago is because they aren’t going anywher. more »»

Afraid of optimism

December 9, 2013 How important is optimism to the country’s economy? The obvious answer is that citizens who are worried about their economic future are not going to invest nor purchase very many consumer good. more »»

Toys for Tots event coming

December 8, 2013 Every year the Maui County Chapter of the Street Bikers United Hawaii stages a parade and a ride to garner toys and donations for Toys for Tots. On Saturday, Dec. more »»

Remembering our heroes

December 7, 2013 Today marks the 72nd anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. In 2006, Tom Brokaw, author of “The Greatest Generation” and former NBC News anchor, led the ceremonies on Oah. more »»

Normal process should be used

December 6, 2013 Today, the Maui County Council’s agenda lists a proposed resolution to appoint former County Council Chairman Danny Mateo as county clerk, a position that pays $93,400 annually. more »»

A wonderful time of year

December 5, 2013 With less than a month to go before Christmas, the holiday season is off to a rollicking star. more »»

Help the children

December 4, 2013 Memories that are jarred by the trees and the bells and the holly are the best parts of the holiday seaso. more »»

When big is too big

December 3, 2013 Amazon.com is an amazing success story. Its founder, Jeff Bezos, is the father of e-tailing and has taken a great idea and executed it brilliantly. more »»

The search for leaders

December 2, 2013 There are not many times we feel sorry for the young. Yet, this week as we approach the 72nd anniversary of the “date which will live in infamy” — the attack on Pearl Harbor on De. more »»

Off to a good start

December 1, 2013 Every year we try to gauge how successful Black Friday is locally (actually, Black Friday week now) through simple observation and discussion with friends and acquaintance. more »»

 
 

 

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