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Hospital an amazing achievement

December 31, 2009 The recession, end of the pineapple industry and Furlough Fridays were all major headlines here in 2009, but we think the approval of the West Maui Hospital & Medical Center is the year’s... more »»

County could use your insight

December 24, 2009 Residents with a keen interest in county government should try joining it for a term. more »»

Businesses step up to support Women Helping Women

December 17, 2009 Maui businesses are joining Women Helping Women (WHW) in its vital campaign to reduce domestic violence and help women and children dealing with this tragic problem. more »»

HSTA can help end Furlough Fridays

December 10, 2009 The Governor’s Council of Neighbor Island Advisors for Maui seeks input on issues for the state to tackle in 2010. more »»

Remember the needy this holiday season

December 3, 2009 This holiday season, give a gift to the community by helping the needy. more »»

Get on board with Hui O Wa‘a Kaulua

November 25, 2009 One of Lahaina’s most amazing cultural efforts is under way at Kamehameha Iki Park near 505 Front Street. more »»

Why are the Lunas playing at Aiea?

November 19, 2009 What’s wrong with this picture? The Lahainaluna High School football team won their third straight Maui Interscholastic League Division II title on a roll with a 28-14 victory over... more »»

Keep government out of health care

November 12, 2009 After the U.S. House passed the Affordable Health Care for America Act of 2009 on Saturday night, Rep. more »»

Mark Oreck leaves a legacy of volunteerism

November 5, 2009 Some residents get a charge out of tutoring West Maui students, volunteering at Lahaina Public Library or holding a big drive at work for the Maui Food Bank. more »»

Police handed a tough situation

October 29, 2009 The “Coconut Wireless” is humming over Halloween in Lahaina. One of Maui’s classic events is now a big question mark. more »»

Community effort can help offset Furlough Friday issues

October 22, 2009 The “Furlough Fridays” initiative is a done deal. more »»

Help Book Trust Hawaii reach more Maui keiki

October 15, 2009 Last year, 2,898 children in Maui County received 50,000 books. more »»

Community loses Tom Rosenquist

October 1, 2009 Tom Rosenquist was a man who lived on Maui for a relatively short period of time, but his philanthropic contributions to the future welfare of the people here — particularly in the area of the... more »»

Support local businesses at ‘Final Friday’ in Lahaina

September 24, 2009 Chinatown in Honolulu and Wailuku Town generate excitement and lure residents and visitors into the area through “First Friday” event. more »»

Help keep litter out of the ocean

September 17, 2009 Are slobs trashing your favorite beach? Take action Saturday through Community Work Day Program’s “Get the Drift and Bag It!” cleanup. more »»

Foundation achieves a win with ‘Redo the Imu’

September 10, 2009 The Lahainaluna High School varsity football team dropped its 2009 opener to Kauai High last Saturday by a score of 35-18, but the big picture on the day — to bring awareness and funds to the... more »»

Library a vital public resource

September 3, 2009 When Lahaina Public Library opens on Tuesday mornings after two days off, the line at the door is often 20 dee. more »»

Get rid of injection wells

August 27, 2009 Every day, an average of 3,000,000 to 5,000,000 gallons of treated sewage is dumped into the ground at the Lahaina Wastewater Reclamation Facility, and one million gallons is treated to R-1 quality... more »»

Mahalo for funding Friday Night Lights

August 20, 2009 Throughout the ages, the Friday or Saturday night lights of high school football was the biggest game in town. more »»

Maria Lanakila Church celebrating milestone

August 13, 2009 Maria Lanakila Church in Lahaina stands tall as a physical and spiritual pillar of the religious faith of this historic community. more »»



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