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LETTERS for the August 6 issue

August 6, 2020 Hurricane Douglas and Hawaii government Everyone “Ohana” has to admit that Hawaii State Government completely and efficiently handled this last hurricane incident extremely proficiently. more »»

LETTERS for the July 30 issue

July 30, 2020 Practice aloha — Don’t accost people for wearing a mask Having moved recently to Lahaina to make it my permanent home, I was always under the impression that being “pono” and practicing aloha was... more »»

LETTERS for the July 23 issue

July 23, 2020 Open up tourism and let us earn a living This morning, there was a line for one box of food organized by the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua. more »»

LETTERS for the July 16 issue

July 16, 2020 Start a tourism tax to benefit locals Reflections of being “free” in paradise’s lock down. Da beach was incredible. more »»

LETTERS for the July 9 issue

July 9, 2020 Pay raises for public workers? Our stingy and greedy leaders are at it again — this time by awarding themselves a $152 million pay raise for all public workers during this Corona-virus, that they... more »»

LETTERS for the July 2 issue

July 2, 2020 We respect and appreciate law enforcement A sincere heartfelt acknowledgement and appreciation to the thousands of incredible men and women who serve in law enforcement across our country. more »»

LETTERS for the June 25 issue

June 25, 2020 A solution for cigarette litter Thanks for your editorial on how to help reduce cigarette litter. But, rather than reduce that litter in Hawaii, maybe we can eliminate i. more »»

LETTERS for the June 18 issue

June 18, 2020 Be prepared for a Human Services Tsunami We are looking at a Human Services Tsunami heading toward Maui that will strain our nonprofit human service providers even more than what they are now... more »»

LETTERS for the June 11 issue

June 11, 2020 Give Front Street businesses room to operate more effectively While none of us know with any certainty how all of the fallout from COVID-19 will work out, we can all agree that the small retailers... more »»

LETTERS for the June 4 issue

June 4, 2020 Lahainaluna High School has the best alma mater Several months ago, I went to meet my granddaughter at Lahainaluna High School. I had to wait until after a full student body assembly in the gym. more »»

LETTERS for the May 28 issue

May 28, 2020 Make May 16 a new holiday? Is it just me, or did last Saturday feel like the Fourth of July? Coming out of the darkness that was the Coronavirus and into the beautiful light of a magnificent Maui... more »»

LETTERS for the May 21 issue

May 21, 2020 Trust Maui Memorial and Kaiser I am writing in response to the negative press and concerns about Maui Memorial Medical Center and to tell you about my positive experience. more »»

LETTERS for the May 14 issue

May 14, 2020 County should promote recycling (The following letter was sent to County Councilwoman Tamara Paltin.) The County Council is now going over the mayor’s budget for the next fiscal year. more »»

LETTERS for the May 7 issue

May 7, 2020 Take action to help people Gov. David Ige, there’s no doubt you’ve been dealt the greatest challenge as a governor. There’s no doubt that we the people of Hawaii are facing an economic crisis. more »»

LETTERS for the April 30 issue

April 30, 2020 Put trash cans back in parks The trash cans at Honokowai Park and most other parks have been removed. more »»

LETTERS for the April 23 issue

April 23, 2020 Let’s beat this pandemic Just when you think people on Maui can’t get any more ridiculous, every doctor, nurse and health department official in the county, state and federal government is telling... more »»

LETTERS for the April 16 issue

April 16, 2020 Mahalo for the uplifting article Thank you once again for the wonderfully reported and written article in the April 9th edition by Louise Rockett titled “Lahaina Pastor and team of volunteers... more »»

LETTERS for the April 9 issue

April 9, 2020 Kaua‘ula Valley families seek the community’s support A call to all who live a pono life… The current families of Kaua‘ula Valley, Kuleana Land continue to rebuild their homes and lives a... more »»

LETTERS for the April 2 issue

April 2, 2020 Support local businesses Our world as we know it has changed and unfortunately something I never thought possible: shutting down an entire island of restaurants and businesses has become our reality. more »»

LETTERS for the March 26 issue

March 24, 2020 Sad to cancel David Malo Day Aloha, Lahainaluna Ohana. It is with heavy heart that we announce the cancellation of our iconic, time-honored David Malo Day Ho‘olaule‘a scheduled for April 4, 2020. more »»



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