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Keep the debate civil

September 13, 2013 The only reservations we have about next month’s special session of the state Legislature to deal with same-sex marriage is the possibility exists for it to turn into a political circus. more »»

Maui watches, waits, mourns

September 12, 2013 Maui County awoke to a new, more frightening world yesterday. The United States had been attacked by a skilled, well-prepared, unidentified enemy using commercial jetliners as weapon. more »»

Governor did the right thing

September 11, 2013 Gov. Neil Abercrombie did the right thing Monday when he announced there will be a special session of the state Legislature to deal with same-sex marriages. more »»

Finding bargains in medical care

September 10, 2013 As reluctant, but very active, members of what has been described as the aging of America, our family is concerned about the medical system. We marvel at what today’s medical establishment can do. more »»

‘PreCheck’ will speed up security

September 9, 2013 We were encouraged to see that Neighbor Island airports will be part of the Transportation Security Administration’s “PreCheck” program that will allow frequent fliers to get through security more... more »»

Anniversary of sadness

September 8, 2013 Wednesday will mark 12 years since the 9/11 attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center and the dramatic crash of United 9. more »»

Where are the grown-ups?

September 7, 2013 Last year around this time, we were writing editorials saying there would be a serious attempt to address federal budget deficits, reform the tax code, and take the country away from annual or... more »»

Maui High’s centennial

September 6, 2013 What do Patsy Mink, Alan Arakawa, Hannibal Tavares, Gladys Baisa, Shan Tsutsui and Elmer Cravalho all have in common? They are just some of the thousands of graduates of Maui High School. more »»

Readers pick ‘Best of Maui’

September 5, 2013 One of our favorite editions of the year is The Maui News’ “Best of Maui” publication on Labor Day weeken. more »»

Sticking to the ‘line in the sand’

September 4, 2013 We agree with critics of U.S. intervention in Syria about one thing — a clear goal of such intervention should be spelled out. That said, this is the only point we agree with critics on. more »»

The joyous sound of music

September 3, 2013 “So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, good night “I hate to go and leave this pretty sight. “So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, adieu “Adieu, adieu to yieu and yieu and yieu. more »»

Labor Day honors work

September 2, 2013 For most, the nature of labor has changed radically in the last couple of decades — even on Maui. Calluses have been exchanged for carpal tunnel syndrome. more »»

The times are always changing

September 1, 2013 For kids of all ages it’s a time of backpacks, pencils, books and school lunches. more »»

Getting high in N. Korea

August 31, 2013 In addition to its manifold other problems, North Korea has a growing drug problem, with an estimated 40 to 50 percent of the population in the country’s far north “seriously addicted” to crystal... more »»

Treating ills of Obamacare

August 30, 2013 Despite its faults, Obamacare offers an opportunity to improve the nation’s health care system. more »»

Step in the right direction

August 29, 2013 Amidst the noise, the posturing and the bitter partisanship, one hopeful sign has begun to emerge in Washington, D.C. more »»

Vets deserve support

August 28, 2013 The U.S. public will clearly not repeat the mistakes of the Vietnam era, when war veterans returned to a nation that failed to acknowledge their sacrifice and service. more »»

Are skills taught in an education?

August 27, 2013 The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that beginning next spring graduating seniors at some 200 colleges will begin taking a new test to see exactly what they’ve learned in school. more »»

Another monster rules a country

August 26, 2013 Some scenes make you want to weep. The pictures of children’s bodies killed in a chemical weapon attack last week in Syria were heartbreaking. Row after row of tiny frames wrapped in white cloth. more »»

Neil Armstrong — the Right Stuff

August 25, 2013 Today marks the first anniversary of the death of Neil Armstrong. As regular readers know, we are big fans of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. more »»

 
 

 

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