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Foundation to celebrate 50 years of restoring Lahaina’s history

April 26, 2012 LAHAINA — Fifty years and counting... Lahaina Restoration Foundation will be holding its annual breakfast meeting at the Pioneer Mill Company Smokestack on Saturday, April 28, beginning at 8:30 a. more »»

J.D. on the Rocks has Pioneer

April 19, 2012 There’s room for more offbeat news of people, places and things in Lahaina News. Today marks the start of a new bimonthly column about Lahaina — more and more a happening place. ON FRONT STREET: J.D. more »»

Lahaina Intermediate students busy with contests, tests in the fourth quarter

April 19, 2012 LAHAINA — Aloha, everyone! We are halfway through the fourth quarter. Spring semester always brings about a variety of school competitions that are exciting and interesting. more »»

Amy Hanaiali‘i: ‘It’s all good’

April 5, 2012 LAHAINA — Most of us have a favorite expression we use and overuse all the time. For singer-composer Amy Hanaiali‘i Gilliom the expression of the month apparently is “it’s all goo. more »»

Testing is in full swing at Lahaina Intermediate School

March 29, 2012 LAHAINA — Aloha, LIS families! By the time you receive this month’s newsletter, we will have begun the final quarter of this school year. Testing is in full swin. more »»

County officials take enlightening trip to the Philippines

March 22, 2012 WAILUKU — In early February, County Council Chair Danny Mateo, Council Members Don Couch and Gladys Baisa, Managing Director Keith Regan, Assistant Chief of Staff Kit Zulueta and I had the esteemed... more »»

The Visitor Channel’s Jim Kartes: A man of three lives

March 22, 2012 LAHAINA — Most of us would be content to have one great career. Paradise Television/Visitor Channel owner and longtime Mauian Jim Kartes has had three. more »»

Integration of the Hawaiian culture

March 22, 2012 NAPILI — One of Maui Prep’s core values is the acceptance and appreciation of the differences of others. more »»

How to remove a computer virus

March 22, 2012 Aloha! My name is George, owner of Mauisoft Computer Repair, and this column is about computers, iPads, iPhone apps, tricks and answers on how to do things. more »»

A look back at Lahaina Restoration Foundation’s first 50 years

March 9, 2012 LAHAINA — Chartered in July 1962, Lahaina Restoration Foundation is celebrating 50 years of saving Lahaina’s history and culture. more »»

The Parrot Man: ‘PURRFECT’ days in paradise

March 1, 2012 LAHAINA — In this era of the digital camera — clunky version, handheld, iPhone or iPad — no visitor or resident, no matter how many sunsets, hula dancers, rainbows or plumeria photographed this or i... more »»

Community offers insight on West Maui transit hub

February 23, 2012 LAHAINA — On Jan. more »»

Condo meeting season: 18 new rules

February 23, 2012 Kapono Gecko, the fictional character who lives in the soon-to-be-renovated Lahaina Public Library (contributions are still being accepted), knows it is annual condominium meeting season, because... more »»

Pastor Laki: From green fields to saving souls

February 9, 2012 KAANAPALI — Nine-year-old Laki Pomaikai already looked like a loser. Today, he may be the most flamboyant, colorful preacher in all of Maui. His father drank and his family was impoverished. more »»

Council members gain feedback from residents across the county

February 2, 2012 WAILUKU — The month of January has kept my fellow County Council members and me in constant motio. more »»

Lahaina Intermediate School students excel at Science Olympiad

February 2, 2012 LAHAINA — Aloha! As mentioned in last month’s message to you, for anyone who wants to nominate a student to be considered for the Honors Program at LIS, the nomination period is officially ope. more »»

The importance of preschool

January 26, 2012 Ask any American educator, “When should a young child begin school?” Or, “Are the benefits of early childhood worth the expenses and parental effort?” You will get the same answer. more »»

Sailing poet Briggs writes of land and sea

January 26, 2012 LAHAINA — “Sometimes I have come to wonder/How it came to be/That the white man brought his Christian God/on his journeys ’cross the sea/First they gave us ’aina, which we then claimed as our ow. more »»

Public welcome to comment on West Maui transit hub

January 19, 2012 LAHAINA — I would like to invite members of the public to an upcoming informal meeting to talk about the potential relocation of the West Maui transit hub from its current location at The Wharf... more »»

Revisiting 2011: Voices of the year

January 12, 2012 Kapono Gecko, the fictional character who lives in Lahaina Public Library and is excited about the coming renovation project spearheaded by the Rotary Club of Lahaina, has not been heard from for... more »»

 
 

 

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