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Are you prepared for the next Lahaina disaster?

April 14, 2011 The Pacific tsunami of March 11 should serve as a major wake-up call to Maui residents. more »»

Maui community to show aloha for Japan

April 7, 2011 The people of Japan need help in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake, tsunami and Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disasters. more »»

Friends remember Ira Kiyonaga

March 31, 2011 In the tapestry woven by those celebrating the life of Ira Kiyonaga in services held on March 12 at the Ballard Family Mortuary in Kahului, there were several common threads that illustrated the... more »»

Family needs help amid medical crisis

March 24, 2011 A young girl in the West Maui community needs help in her fight against a brain tumo. more »»

Help local junior golfers attend national tournament

March 17, 2011 There are two bright, new shining stars lighting up our Valley Isle skies and world-class golf courses. more »»

FACE Maui leading the fight on foreclosure reform

March 10, 2011 According to FACE (Faith Action for Community Equity) Maui, many island families face a crisis. Homeowners are in foreclosure or at risk of losing their homes. more »»

Two easy ways to support Women Helping Women

March 3, 2011 Women Helping Women (WHW) is an important Maui charity that provides emergency shelter services and programs for victims of domestic violence. more »»

Memories of his brother inspire Chanse Uyeda

February 24, 2011 Growing up here on the West Side, Kelsi Kaahui and Chanse Uyeda lived the typical “Maui Boy” life together as siblings in their working class family home. more »»

Help Ortiz keep supporting the West Maui community

February 17, 2011 Over the last 11 years, Art Ortiz has woven a deep and meaningful bond between the Lahaina community and Outback Steakhouse. more »»

Expert to share sustainability solutions for West Maui

February 10, 2011 What steps can the West Maui community take to promote sustainability and protect the environment? While promoting renewable energy and local agriculture are key goals, there are many facets to a... more »»

Hospital project on track

February 3, 2011 A letter writer last week asked, “What’s the holdup with the West Maui Hospital?” There were two major developments last year. more »»

Lahainaluna boarders to mark historic milestone

January 27, 2011 The Lahainaluna High School Boarding Department will celebrate a historic milestone this year. Past and present boarders will mark the 175th anniversary of the program. more »»

Joey Tihada is the Lahaina News’ ‘Sportsman of the Year’

January 20, 2011 There is a deep reverence among Native American peoples — and particularly the Iroquois Nation — for their cultural expression in the sport of lacross. more »»

Someone would love to have your old glasses

January 13, 2011 Have any old eyeglasses you no longer wear around the house? You can bet that someone around the world would love to have them. more »»

How would Leiali‘i impact West Maui?

January 6, 2011 Can West Maui handle a 1,033-acre, 2,923- to 4,105-unit project between Lahaina and Kaanapali? The Hawaii Housing Finance & Development Corp. more »»

Rickard, Carbajal honored for their strength of spirit

December 30, 2010 For the first time in 15 years, I missed the Lahainaluna High School football banquet, as I was attending the graduation of our son, George, from the United States Coast Guard boot camp training... more »»

Community groups should apply for grants

December 23, 2010 Happy Holidays, West Mau. more »»

Unique mural in jeopardy

December 16, 2010 Nearly nine years ago, Ron Cassidy painted a mural of an image he knew better than most West Maui surfers. more »»

Jo Anne Johnson represented us well

December 9, 2010 The slime is still dripping from all of the mudslinging that punctuated the lead up to the mid-term elections last month — a campaign that saw perhaps the peak of unsavory politics in the modern era... more »»

Help Lahainaluna High School win $100,000 prize

November 26, 2010 Lahainaluna High School parents, staff and students have united to try to win American Savings Banks’ “Bank for Education” contest. more »»

 
 
 

 

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