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A sad day for Maui

January 8, 2016 There will be a significant ripple effect throughout Maui’s economy with the shutdown of Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.’s cane operation on this island. more »»

Hyundai TOC opens today

January 7, 2016 The 2016 version of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions begins today at Kapalua’s spectacular Plantation Course. more »»

New law is a good step

January 6, 2016 On Jan. 1, Hawaii became the only state in the U.S. to require smokers to be at least 21 years old. Not just tobacco smokers, either — also those who use e-cigarettes to “vape. more »»

How much is a teacher worth?

January 5, 2016 Repeatedly in this space, we have made the point that public school teachers in Hawaii are underpaid. more »»

Lessons to be learned

January 3, 2016 “Oh, Lord, it’s hard to be humble When you’re perfect in every way. I can’t wait to look in the mirror ‘Cause I get better lookin’ each day. more »»

New Year’s Day 2016

January 1, 2016 January 1st may be the most optimistic day of the year. As each new year begins, there is hope that comes from a deep-down feeling that the world has been given a clean slate. more »»

Let’s be safe tonight

December 31, 2015 Maui winds up another calendar year tonight and this is the night that is universally regarded as an occasion for parties that may or may not include setting off firecrackers or fireworks. more »»

Anger isn’t the answer

December 30, 2015 With a new year coming the day after tomorrow, it is well worth considering what 2015 brought us. The overwhelming emotion that was expressed in this year was anger. more »»

Building a child’s mind

December 29, 2015 At the risk of sounding like an old fogey (which we are), we’d offer a suggestion for today’s parents: Put away the electronic games you bought for junior or your junior miss for a while and play th... more »»

Challenges in 2016

December 27, 2015 As Christmas 2015 fades in the rearview mirror, it is appropriate to begin looking at the challenges Maui and Hawaii face in 201. more »»

Good news, then and now

December 25, 2015 “And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed. . . . And all went to be taxed, everyone into his own city. . . . more »»

Parties diverge on foreign policy in an age of renewed terrorism

December 25, 2015 As the holiday season brings a brief break in presidential politics, the final party debates of 2015 have left the voters to ponder how differently the Republican and Democratic candidates propose... more »»

The eleventh hour Santa

December 23, 2015 When Dec. 23 rolls around and you haven’t even begun your shopping, you are officially an eleventh hour Santa. Or, possibly, someone who doesn’t value his marriag. more »»

Warring with an old gadget

December 22, 2015 Life can be tough in the editorial writing game when one’s keyboard is broken. more »»

Gifts for Hillary

December 20, 2015 Tales from the campaign trail: Well, it may not exactly be an endorsement, but how much higher can a U.S. more »»

Birth of a princess noted

December 18, 2015 Dec. 19, 1831, a daughter was born to Ke Ali‘i Abner Paki and Laura Konia in Honolulu. more »»

Great signs for Hyundai

December 17, 2015 The Hyundai Tournament of Champions will kick off the PGA Tour’s 2016 calendar year at the Plantation Course at Kapalua Jan. 7 through 10. more »»

Anniversary of hero’s death

December 16, 2015 On Thursday it will be three years since the passing of Sen. Daniel Inouye. more »»

FirstLight films begin Sunday

December 15, 2015 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 »»



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