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Father Bill and Dr. Busaba Yip-Douglas: Mini profiles

December 20, 2012 LAHAINA — When a columnist sets out to chronicle the lives of remarkable people in Lahaina and on Maui, recognition soon comes that one can never catch up. more »»

Gecko weighs in on Lahaina’s Top 11 stories

December 13, 2012 LAHAINA — Kapono Gecko, the fictional character who lives in Lahaina Public Library and has not been heard from for some time, decided to offer his own Top 11 list of the biggest news stories of the... more »»

Tricks for iPhones and iPads

December 6, 2012 In this issue, we’re gonna cram every trick in the book I think will help you better appreciate your iPhone and iPad. more »»

The changing landscape of education

December 6, 2012 The profile of learners today has little in common with students of the past, and as a result requires teachers to develop new approaches to teaching. more »»

Basketball joy thanks to hundreds

November 29, 2012 LAHAINA — Lahaina... 7:30 a.m. ... The day before Thanksgiving. An ESPN TV camera sits atop Lahaina Civic Center to beam pictures of paradise to nine million Mainland viewers over three days. more »»

Love Your Smile with Dr. Sujata Bhatia

November 29, 2012 Dr. Bhatia has completed two full years of specialty training in orthodontics after obtaining her degrees in Pediatric Dentistry and General Dentistry. more »»

New iPhone tricks

November 22, 2012 Well, the new iPhone 5 just arrived with an operating system called iOSX 6. You can also upgrade this system on your older iPhone. In this issue, we are going to explore some of the newer features. more »»

Uwe Schulz’s last stand

November 15, 2012 KAANAPALI — The sign on the door in the J-Building condominium high above Whalers Village gets your immediate attention right away. “Caution: Oxygen in Use. more »»

Lahaina Intermediate to hold public forums on early dismissal waiver

November 15, 2012 LAHAINA — Aloha! Currently, Lahaina Intermediate School is taking a look at renewing our SCC Waiver for the 2013-14 school year. This waiver allows our school to release our students at 11:45 a.. more »»

Voices of Maui

November 8, 2012 LAHAINA: Watch for a grand reopening and blessing of the Lahaina Public Library on Nov. 18 from 4 to 6 p.m. The head of the Hawaii State Public Library System will be here. more »»

Try traditional Hawaiian games at foundation’s Makahiki event

November 8, 2012 LAHAINA — Hawaiian games will be held at Campbell Park next to the Baldwin Home Museum on Front Street from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 18, in observance of the beginning of the Makahiki Season. more »»

Vote! Don’t forfeit your voice in local politics

November 1, 2012 My first term in office is nearing the end, and as I look back at the wide range of topics that were discussed, voted on and adopted, I consider these first two years to have been very productive to... more »»

Doing right at Moku‘ula

October 25, 2012 LAHAINA — When it comes to the question of whether or not to restore Moku‘ula, the sacred site that was home of Hawaiian royalty, what is most important to keep in mind are these words: “All sites... more »»

Useful tools on the Net

October 25, 2012 In this issue, we’re going to explore some really cool websites that everyone can benefit from. We are going to places that you never knew existed, so let’s start out and play police detective. more »»

Parents must help children take on the challenge of change

October 18, 2012 LAHAINA — Aloha, everyone! I hope all is well, and everyone enjoyed the week intersession by seeking a variety of rest and recreation.   For me, I attended a three-day Common Core Institut. more »»

Dedicated volunteers help set the stage for Lahaina Plantation Days

October 11, 2012 LAHAINA — In addition to the many boxes of light bulbs, pounds of zip ties and miles of electric wire, it takes more than a hundred dedicated volunteers to transform an empty field into a vibrant... more »»

What should become of Moku‘ula?

October 4, 2012 LAHAINA — Which way, Moku‘ula? For 19 years, Hawaiians and transplants alike have struggled to bring this wahi pani (sacred site) back to life. more »»

‘Bad teeth run in my family’

September 27, 2012 Often we hear parents say “bad teeth run in my family.” They grew up with poor dental health and are resigned to the fact that since they have bad teeth, their children will, too. more »»

‘No spill’ Christina thrives at Leilani’s

September 13, 2012 KAANAPALI — Even at 28, Christina Olayan has been around restaurants and bar food for most of two decades. more »»

County Council panel’s decisions threaten West Maui’s future

September 6, 2012 August was a challenging month for me, my office and for the district of West Maui. more »»



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