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LETTERS for April 17 issue

April 17, 2014 Grading teachers Imagine if teachers gave grades in the same way they were paid. In kindergarten, all kids would get an F. By the first grade, the entire class would get a D-minus. more »»

LETTERS for April 10 issue

April 10, 2014 Hoerl was a gem Christine Hoerl was tough as nails but with a soft heart. more »»

LETTERS for April 3 issue

April 3, 2014 Bus stop needs a bench and recycling bin I would like to talk about the Maui Bus stop at the bottom of Lahainaluna Road. more »»

LETTERS for March 27 issue

March 27, 2014 Christine Hoerl was one-of-a-kind Lahaina people will be saying, “Where’s Christine? You know — the laundry lady with all the cats.” Well, my friends, her time came up recently. more »»

LETTERS for March 20 issue

March 20, 2014 Community in the dark on new project Can you tell me when the developer was going to get around to letting our neighborhood know that he was building a condo complex on the old Rainbow Ranch site i... more »»

LETTERS for March 13 issue

March 13, 2014 Speed limit on Lahaina Bypass revised As the former president of Lahaina Bypass Now, I have a special interest in making sure the Lahaina Bypass serves the needs of the community. more »»

LETTERS for March 6 issue

March 6, 2014 Kahoma Village: The triumph of ‘mundanity’ As a former resident of Maui now living in California, I was incredulous to learn recently that the Maui County Council so effortlessly approved the... more »»

LETTERS for February 27 issue

February 27, 2014 Appreciates doctor’s informative letters I, and I am sure many other West Siders, would like to thank Dr. George Lavenson for his informative and timely letters of Dec. 26, 2013 and Jan. more »»

LETTERS for February 20 issue

February 20, 2014 Too much garbage at ‘Guardrails’ We all know by now that there is a huge problem with rubbish being scattered along our beaches and simply everywhere on the islan. more »»

LETTERS for February 13 issue

February 13, 2014 HC&S should consider growing hemp Heartfelt congratulations to Vincent Mina, who received the Malama I ka ‘Aina Award, and Mahina Martin, who received the Onipa‘a Award, at the Sierra Club annual... more »»

LETTERS for February 6 issue

February 6, 2014 Why rents are rising on Maui I’m paying $1,000 a month to live in a tiny studio on the West Side of Maui. more »»

LETTERS for January 30 issue

January 30, 2014 New roadway cost $13 million per mile? Seriously, $13,000,000 per mile on the Lahaina Bypass? Plus the Kahoma Bridge way over budget on cost. A pure waste of taxpayers’ money. more »»

LETTERS for January 23 issue

January 23, 2014 Public should be clear on hospital services This is in response to Mr. Pluta’s letter in the Jan. 9 issue of the Lahaina News relating to my letter in the Dec. more »»

LETTERS for January 16 issue

January 16, 2014 Launiupoko land purchase a blessing (The following letter was sent to Mayor Alan Arakawa.) The last piece of the Pali to Puamana Shoreline Park is in plac. more »»

LETTERS for January 9 issue

January 9, 2014 West Maui Hospital will treat and save lives in its E.R. In the Dec. 26 edition of the Lahaina News, the good news of Newport Hospital Corp. more »»

LETTERS for January 2 issue

January 2, 2014 Don’t feed feral cats in vacant lot This concerns the feeding of feral cats that live in clusters very close to populated area. more »»

LETTERS for December 26 issue

December 26, 2013 Suggestions to improve traffic safety You may have noticed that pedestrians are being “counted down” at most intersections (telling them when the red blinking light will become steady, and they... more »»

LETTERS for December 19 issue

December 19, 2013 Community must address homelessness and addiction Kamehameha Iki is my favorite park in Maui. Under its tree sits many, many syringes, drug items, alcoholics and bad thoughts. more »»

LETTERS for December 12 issue

December 12, 2013 Typhoon victims in the Philippines need help My name is Joshua Ancheta, a 16-year-old Filipino-American boy who attends Maui Preparatory Academy. more »»

LETTERS for December 5 issue

December 5, 2013 The Philippines need our kokua The historic and cultural bonds between Hawaii and the Philippines are strong, and our communities’ roots run deep. more »»

 
 

Hula shows set April 24, 2014

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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