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LETTERS for March 5 issue

March 5, 2015 A message for Obama doubters Barack Obama was born in Honolulu. Anyone who doubts that is an idiot, like Donald Trump. more »»

LETTERS for February 26 issue

February 26, 2015 Bishop’s legacy helps the Hawaiian people Princess Bernice Pauahi Bishop was a woman of intelligence, compassion and foresight who understood that her kuleana as a Hawaiian ali‘i was to serve her... more »»

LETTERS for February 19 issue

February 19, 2015 Presidential Library belongs in Chicago Within a few months, there will be a decision made as to the location of the Presidential Library. The library belongs in Chicago, not Hawaii. more »»

LETTERS for February 12 issue

February 12, 2015 Maui environmental groups must unite The battle to save our environment, our children and ourselves from the toxic chemicals of Monsanto is not over! Powerful corporations and organizations that ca... more »»

LETTERS for February 5 issue

February 5, 2015 Still no enforcement on West Maui’s roads Today was — and still is — a particularly bad day. more »»

LETTERS for January 29 issue

January 29, 2015 Are we powerless? In a Maui News article (Jan. more »»

LETTERS for January 22 issue

January 22, 2015 Transportation Department serious about service In response to a letter relating to Maui Bus issues, please note that our department and our vendors do their best to serve the . more »»

LETTERS for January 15 issue

January 15, 2015 Queen Emma was a very special woman Emma Kalanikaumakaamano Nae‘a Rooke, later to become queen of Hawaii and the wife of King Kamehameha IV, was the daughter of George Nae‘a and Pani Kekelaokalani... more »»

LETTERS for January 8 issue

January 8, 2015 Support community farms If we are going to spend billions every year on health care and food assistance programs, then we need to start investing more of that money into sustainable projects that... more »»

LETTERS for January 1 issue

January 1, 2015 Agriculture can impact many lives Why we are... where we are... more »»

LETTERS for December 25 issue

December 25, 2014 Is the future ag or development? Why we are... where we are... more »»

LETTERS for December 18 issue

December 18, 2014 Work out differences with our forks Why we are... where we are... for such a time as this? History repeats itself, and our story is much like the cattlemen and the sheepherders regarding use of land. more »»

LETTERS for December 11 issue

December 11, 2014 The history of Hawaiian Independence Day In the Kingdom of Hawaii, Nov. 28 was an official holiday called Ka La Ku‘oko‘a, or Independence Day. more »»

LETTERS for December 4 issue

December 4, 2014 Why haven’t MECO’s rates dropped with oil prices? I just received my electric bill. more »»

LETTERS for November 27 issue

November 27, 2014 Family appreciates support from community My 18-year-old son, Braiden Maither, was recently diagnosed with a disease called Anklosing Spondylitis (A.S.). more »»

LETTERS for November 20 issue

November 20, 2014 Maui Bus must operate carefully It is apparent that Maui buses in the Napili area are driven by people who really should not be on the road. more »»

LETTERS for November 13 issue

November 13, 2014 Keiki can learn to surf We just started a new program for our kama‘aina keiki. It’s called the Maui Learn to Surf Program. It’s a free learn to surf program for any and all local kids. more »»

LETTERS for November 6 issue

November 6, 2014 Return agriculture to prominence in Hawaii Why we are... where we are... for such a time as this. more »»

LETTERS for October 30 issue

October 30, 2014 Timeless comments on election season It’s election time again. Here are some of Maui Blackie Gadarian’s letters that appeared in the news in the past. They are timeless. “It happens every electio. more »»

LETTERS for October 23 issue

October 23, 2014 Anti-GMO initiative will have dire consequences As the president of the Lahaina-Honolua Senior Citizens’ Club, I, along with members of our club and many Lahaina residents, were saddened and... more »»

 
 

Hula shows set March 6, 2015

Free hula shows are held daily from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Kaanapali Beach Hotel. Hawaiian music is played from 6 to 9 p.m. Call 661-0011. more »

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