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Help share the gift of sight

January 19, 2017 According to the World Health Organization, the eyesight of approximately one-fourth of the world's population can be improved through the use of corrective lense. more »»

 
 
 
Sophia DeLoria’s legacy of youthful aloha continues

January 12, 2017 There is perhaps no greater joy in this life for a man and a woman than the birth and nurturing of their first-born child. Conversely, there is no more devastating a blow than to lose that child. more »»

LETTERS for January 12 issue

January 12, 2017 West Maui needs traffic solutions I’ve been reading about the plans for the next phase of the Lahaina Bypass from Hokiokio to Olowalu. more »»

Lahaina residents worried about losing their housing

January 5, 2017 Creating truly affordable housing is one of Maui’s lingering, complex issues. more »»

Imua Family Services coming to help West Maui keiki

December 29, 2016 It is terrific news that Imua Family Services is expanding here and opening the West Maui Imua Family Center next month. more »»

West Maui church looks to begin a new Christmas tradition

December 22, 2016 One of the key players in Lahaina’s Keiki Halloween Parade wants to start a new tradition this Saturday, Christmas Eve. Church on the Go Inc. more »»

Volunteer to help improve family literacy in West Maui

December 15, 2016 Parents and students will be excited to hear that a Read Aloud America program is set to begin at Princess Nahi‘ena‘ena Elementary School next month. more »»

The tradition has been set for Lahainaluna football

December 8, 2016 College Basketball Hall of Famer John Wooden once said, “It is not the inn at the end that counts; it is the journey that truly matters. more »»

Little fire ants take a bite out of Kapalua

December 1, 2016 “The Invasion of Little Fire Ants (LFA) in Kapalua” is not the title of a B-rated horror flick; it’s the topic of a recent press release issued by the Maui Invasive Species Committee, and it’s no... more »»

It’s time to stop the foam on Maui

November 24, 2016 Plastic bags are history on Maui. Let’s take the next step and become the first county in Hawaii to ban single-use Styrofoam to-go containers. more »»

Elementary school should be built concurrently with Pulelehua

November 17, 2016 Finding a location for a third elementary school on the West Side has been somewhat like playing “pin the tail on the donkey. more »»

Lions seek contributions to help the homeless

November 10, 2016 A new Lahaina branch of the Lions Clubs of Maui, the Mauna Kahalawai Lions Club, is gearing up to help the less fortunate during the upcoming holiday season. more »»

Comment on West Maui’s water issues

November 3, 2016 When it comes to water in West Maui, what are the key issues and potential solutions? How to manage water resources held by former agricultural operations and preventing runoff, halting the use of... more »»

Lahaina school to highlight serious problem of bullying

October 27, 2016 A recent statewide survey, the “Bullying Poll” conducted by Qmark Research for the Equality Hawaii Foundation, found that bullying continues to be a significant problem in Hawaii’s schools. more »»

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard trying to stop corporations from buying elections

October 20, 2016 It’s clear that Hawaii’s new political star is Rep. Tulsi Gabbard. more »»

Learn how to make your voice heard at the Legislature

October 13, 2016 In recent years, important Maui bills have been debated at the Hawaii Legislatur. more »»

LETTERS for October 13 issue

October 13, 2016 Bike lane at Olowalu is narrow and dangerous The bike lane, which is also the shoulder of the highway, has been severely narrowed on the mauka side over a long length just north of Olowalu by... more »»

Maui residents were right about the Trans-Pacific Partnership

October 6, 2016 By all accounts, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) — a proposed trade pact between several countries involving many matters of economic policy — is dangerous and severely flawed. more »»

Help protect marine life from litter

September 29, 2016 Malama Maui Nui is calling on community groups to help in a campaign to target marine debris and contribute to research aiming to eliminate ocean trash worldwide. This Saturday, Sept. more »»

DOT’s seawall ‘solution’ to highway erosion will never work

September 22, 2016 How long will our state officials continue the insanity of repeating costly and devastating mistakes regarding our Maui coastline? The current controversy involves the DOT’s movement on another... more »»

Help protect marine life from litter

September 15, 2016 Malama Maui Nui is calling on community groups to help in a campaign to target marine debris and contribute to research aiming to eliminate ocean trash worldwide. This Saturday, Sept. more »»

 
 

West Side Recycle Event on Jan. 21 January 21, 2017

Maui County west side residents looking for a fast, fun and easy way to get rid of their recyclables are encouraged to stop by M?lama Maui Nui and the Rotary Club of Lahaina Sunset’s Go Green Recycle event from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Jan. 21 at the Lahaina Cannery Mall. more »

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Voices of Maui By Norm Bezane

May 3, 2012 Honoring Maui’s fallen in Vietnam: Kenneth Kaaihue Some 50 years ago, 42 members of the armed forces from Maui lost their lives in the jungles of Vietnam. more »

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