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Foundation seeks nominations for ‘Legends of Lahainaluna’

September 8, 2011 Who are the legends of Lahainaluna High School, past and present? An educator like longtime Principal Henry “Bruno” Ariyoshi? Or maybe a cultural icon like Keali‘i Reichel... more »»

Help LRF protect a Lahaina landmark

September 1, 2011 Lahaina Restoration Foundation (LRF) seeks the community’s help in a project to preserve Lahaina’s most prominent landmark. more »»

When will our lucky streak end?

August 25, 2011 In the last 20 years, Maui has flirted with disaster but has never been hit har. more »»

New West Maui food co-op makes it easier to eat healthy

August 18, 2011 It is indeed a frightening fact to take note of the skyrocketing statistics regarding obesity rates across the country and specifically here in Hawaii. more »»

Community rallying to support Huck’s family

August 11, 2011 Erika Huck’s friends and family are holding a fund-raiser on Sunday, Aug. 14, to support her healing journey. more »»

Community steps up to help Feed My Sheep

August 4, 2011 In the June 30 Lahaina News, we put out a call for help for Feed My Sheep. Readers listened, and now the important charity is back in busines. more »»

Light Bringers seek site for drop-in shelter

July 28, 2011 After helping the homeless on the West Side for more than 20 years, Victor Bellarosa is pursuing a solution. more »»

Students need help with school supplies

July 21, 2011 In this rough economy, some West Maui parents cannot afford to buy school supplies for their children. more »»

Project Graduation keeps teenagers safe

July 14, 2011 Over the past few years, the number of tragic and deadly automobile accidents involving teenagers around graduation time has gone steadily downward. Sgt. more »»

Join the fight against cancer

July 7, 2011 How big of a problem is cancer in Hawaii and around the world? The American Cancer Society (ACS) reported that the disease causes one in eight deaths worldwide and is rapidly becoming a... more »»

Feed My Sheep needs help

June 30, 2011 Thousands of people in West Maui received bad news this mont. more »»

Program provides summer meals for needy keiki

June 23, 2011 More than 10,000 children in Maui County receive free or reduced-price meals during the school year. Many of these students do not get enough to eat when school is out. more »»

Support the Aloha Initiative

June 16, 2011 Next month, Maui households will cheerfully welcome visitors facing a crisis at home. more »»

West Side community loses Asayo Sera

June 9, 2011 One of the fondest memories of my life will forever be a Halloween evening back in 1989. more »»

Chamber needs donations for Fourth of July fireworks

June 2, 2011 The Maui Chamber of Commerce’s West Side Committee reported that contributions to secure fireworks for the Fourth of July have been coming in slower this year. more »»

Remember soldiers’ sacrifices

May 26, 2011 Sometimes we forget that true heroes live among us. As you enjoy life on Maui and gather with family and friends this holiday weekend, take time to think about the meaning of Memorial Day. more »»

Help Book Trust reach needy keiki

May 19, 2011 Book Trust Maui County is a terrific nonprofit organization that provides a pathway to literacy for needy children by growing their passion for reading. more »»

Help Lahainaluna renew its Agricultural Department

May 12, 2011 As Walter Chihara reported in last week’s issue, a major community effort is underway to revitalize the Lahainaluna High School Agricultural Department. more »»

Lady Lunas back on top in softball

May 5, 2011 You could just feel it coming. more »»

Experts to offer safety tips

April 28, 2011 “Realizing West Maui is isolated and geographically distant from Central Maui, the more safety and precautionary education we can provide our community is priceless,” said Ann Neizman, Rotary Club o... more »»



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