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Lawmaker finally questions inflated cost of DOE projects

June 30, 2016 What could you buy for a million dollars? Would you believe that’s about the going rate to build ONE portable classroom in state Department of Education schools? The astronomical cost to complete a... more »»

Hawaiians look to make an impact in local elections

June 23, 2016 The nonprofit Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement last week announced it has opened a five-year voter registration campaign to raise the impact of the Native Hawaiian community on local elections. more »»

Join the movement to expand Papahanaumokuakea

June 16, 2016 There is a massive campaign underway to lobby the state and federal government to expand Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument. more »»

Project Graduation is working

June 9, 2016 This one is about the good, the bad and the ugly of traffic safety here on Maui. I’ll start with the bad and the ugly, so we can move on with a positive finish. more »»

Support Women Helping Women’s important mission

June 2, 2016 From its start in 1977 as a grassroots campaign to provide assistance and support for women victims of domestic violence, Women Helping Women has steadily grown to become a vital nonprofit agency... more »»

Remember those who died in service to our country

May 26, 2016 This holiday weekend, as you see family and friends and enjoy life on beautiful Maui, take time to reflect on the meaning of Memorial Day and remember our soldiers, past and present. more »»

State investing in Honolua Bay’s future

May 19, 2016 There is good news for Honolua Bay coming out of the recently completed legislative session in Honolul. more »»

Lawmakers secure funding for important West Maui projects

May 12, 2016 The 2016 Legislative Session wrapped up last week, and Sen. Roz Baker and Rep. Angus McKelvey of West Maui deserve credit for landing funds for important projects here. more »»

Contribute to Lahaina’s main summertime event

April 28, 2016 With July approaching fast, LahainaTown Action Committee seeks donations for West Maui’s biggest summertime even. more »»

Help monitor water quality in West Maui

April 21, 2016 West Maui volunteers are sought for a new community-based water quality network called Hui O Ka Wai Ola. more »»

Make the West Maui Community Plan a true decision-making resource

April 14, 2016 As West Side County Councilwoman Elle Cochran noted in a recent column, the Maui County Planning Department is gearing up for the West Maui Community Plan update process. more »»

Vote online to help Napili Community Garden grow

April 7, 2016 Lahainaluna High School arts and communications teacher Nancy Young grasps the importance and value of grant. more »»

Senator Baker announces great news on the Lahaina Bypass

March 31, 2016 West and South Maui Sen. Roz Baker last week reported big news on the long-awaited Lahaina Bypass. more »»

Help the Lahainaluna High School Foundation continue its important community programs

March 24, 2016 The Lahainaluna High School Foundation does great work to support the LHS community. The brand new Sue D. more »»

Governor should release funds for Lahaina Harbor dredging

March 17, 2016 West Maui Rep. Angus McKelvey wonders why Gov. David Ige is sitting on funds to dredge the Lahaina Harbor channel. more »»

Moms and newborns enjoy magical experience

March 10, 2016 Here’s a good one for everybody... more »»

Volunteers sought to help veterans

March 3, 2016 As Walter Chihara explained in a series on Vietnam veterans last year, the stress and horror of war can stay with soldiers long after they return home. more »»

Help keep an eye on Maui’s reefs

February 25, 2016 As we have reported in recent months, reefs in West Maui and around the state face dire threats in pollution, rising ocean temperatures, poorly managed land practices and increasing recreational and... more »»

Lady Lunas’ character shined during heartbreaking loss

February 18, 2016 The Lahainaluna High School girls basketball team’s run to a second Hawaii High School Athletic Association state championship came to a heartbreaking end last Thursday night, as the Maryknoll... more »»



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