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Help Coral Reef Alliance protect West Maui’s reefs

May 28, 2020 Want to make a positive impact on the health of our reefs? You can do it home! The Coral Reef Alliance is launching a project in which volunteers can get their hands dirty, learn about native... more »»

An inspiring story of courage

May 21, 2020 Amid the angst and heartbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are countless examples of courage and self-sacrifice that serve to buoy our spirits in these darkest hours of our lives. more »»

West Maui community loses Scott Fleck

May 14, 2020 He was a man dedicated to his faith and his family who channeled this love into a deep relationship with the ocean waters surrounding his island home of Maui. more »»

Families need extra support during the COVID-19 pandemic

May 7, 2020 Child and family support organizations report that many parents are overwhelmed with the financial and emotional stress of the COVID-19 emergenc. more »»

Lawmakers: Apply for state support programs

April 30, 2020 Maui legislators encourage residents to make use of state support programs during the COVID-19 crisi. more »»

Donations sought to help people in need

April 23, 2020 The Salvation Army of Maui County, working in conjunction with Maui Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, is collecting donations to be distributed to partner agencies for COVID-19 response to... more »»

Maui small businesses should seek help

April 16, 2020 It is inspiring to see Maui’s response to this awful COVID-19 pandemic. We truly are a great community of caring peopl. more »»

Take health guidelines seriously

April 9, 2020 Maui may have an advantage in minimizing the spread of the highly infectious COVID-19 virus. Our island is rural and not densely populated. more »»

Let’s be vigilant and smart

April 2, 2020 Some of us old people are self-isolating. Some of us are more Corona-vulnerable than others. Here are some Corona-suggestions to make us more Corona-safe and happ. more »»

Lahaina community loses Doug Shue

March 24, 2020 Beloved Lahaina community personality Doug Shue passed away peacefully at home on Feb. 8 at the age of 83. more »»

Be prepared for a new threat

March 19, 2020 We hope and pray that the Coronavirus won’t become a major problem on the island. more »»

What can be done to better protect West Maui from fires?

March 12, 2020 It’s sad that House Bill 2518 promptly died at the Hawaii Legislature, because it would have initiated steps to help address two major issues in West Maui. more »»

Be counted during the 2020 Census

March 5, 2020 The County of Maui is emphasizing the importance of the 2020 Decennial Census and wants residents to say, “COUNT ME IN!” With an official kickoff date of April 1, the goal of the 2020 Census is to... more »»

Program to guide Native Hawaiians running for office this year

February 27, 2020 The Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement is launching a program aimed at empowering Native Hawaiians seeking election to a state or county seat in 2020. more »»

Help provide truly affordable housing here in Lahaina

February 20, 2020 While Maui affordable housing projects are in the approval process, thousands of units are needed right now. more »»

Join the Lahainaluna PTSA

February 13, 2020 The Lahainaluna High School Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) aims to make a difference in the education, health and safety of our community’s children. more »»

Pascual is our Sportsperson of the Year

February 6, 2020 It is a story line that defines the rich immigrant history of the United States and, particularly, here in Hawaii. more »»

Provide feedback on your child’s school

January 30, 2020 How is your child’s public school performing? It’s the parents’ turn to issue grades. more »»

Be civically engaged in 2020

January 23, 2020 On the eve of the Opening Day of the Hawaii State Legislature last week Tuesday, groups held a rally at the State Capitol to raise awareness of the importance of civic engagement and census... more »»

Maui to remember Jan Dapitan

January 16, 2020 The Maui community recently lost one of its biggest environmental heroes in Janet “Jan” Miller Dapitan. Dapitan, 84, passed away on Dec. more »»

Public Access Room can help citizens navigate the legislature

January 9, 2020 The Hawaii State Legislature will convene on Jan. 15 and hit the ground running to meet the bill introduction cutoff of Jan. 23. more »»



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