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Teach your child ocean safety this summer

April 29, 2010 The county Department of Parks and Recreation last week announced plans for one of its most popular summer programs. more »»

Bailey Ball continues path of achievement

April 22, 2010 One of the most spectacular plays in the storied history of Lahainaluna High School football covered but five yards and a cloud of dust at the Olowalu end of the Luna home field, the Imu, on the... more »»

Help move West Maui toward sustainability

April 15, 2010 With all of Maui’s bountiful resources, why are we dangerously dependent on imported food and oil?  A new group, West Maui Sustainability, is considering ways the community ca... more »»

Fight for the LHS Boarding Department

April 8, 2010 More than 100 people lined Honoapiilani Highway at Lahaina Cannery Mall Saturday morning to send the Hawaii Legislature a message: fund the Lahainaluna High School Boarding Department. more »»

The future is promising for U.H. Maui College

April 1, 2010 A rainbow of good news broke through the depressing darkness of our economic situation recently with the advancement of the former Maui Community College to four-year status as the University of... more »»

Help the county prepare for the next disaster

March 25, 2010 Residents and visitors gave Maui County good grades for its response to the tsunami warning on Feb. 27. This time, many factors were in our favo. more »»

Group wants to unite Lahainaluna boarders

March 18, 2010 Robert “Coach Bobby” Kawaguchi and other Lahainaluna High School alumni have a great idea for a new facility on the historic campus. more »»

Little fire ants a dangerous threat

March 11, 2010 The county and environmental organizations are taking a new, tiny pest on Maui very seriously. Residents are urged to help them by keeping an eye out for little fire ants on the island. more »»

Help fuel WMTA’s work in the community

March 4, 2010 Longtime West Maui Taxpayers Association leader Joe Pluta said the community nonprofit is running on empt. more »»

Meaningful events can help offset Furlough Fridays

February 25, 2010 With Furlough Fridays taking away instructional days in the schools, Pat Endsley sought solutions to provide rich educational experiences for youngsters in grades 3-8 in the Lahaina Complex After... more »»

A dream comes true at Lahainaluna

February 18, 2010 Lahainaluna High School’s “field of dreams” is coming true. more »»

Crowds inspiring Lunas to dream hoops season

February 11, 2010 Those tremors you’ve been feeling coming from the Lahaina Civic Center area are not tsunami warnings. more »»

Community loses Robert Kawahara

February 4, 2010 Robert Masaaki Kawahara represented the old guard of Mauians that prized family and community above all els. more »»

Hoops season dedicated to Sindiong

January 28, 2010 Kahi Sindiong defined the word gentleman, and at the same time, manifested the essential Hawaiian values of aloha (sharing the breath of life) and malama pono (nurturing that which is good and... more »»

Community loses David Chenoweth

January 21, 2010 The West Side community lost a friendly, caring soul in David Victor Chenoweth. He passed away at his home in Lahaina on Jan. 10 under Hospice care. He was 79. more »»

Maui deserves TAT revenues

January 14, 2010 Mayor Charmaine Tavares will open West Maui Taxpayers Association’s Annual Meeting tonight with a talk about the importance of transient accommodations tax (TAT) revenues in the county budget. more »»

Document could fix Maui’s planning woes

January 7, 2010 What does the future hold for West Maui? Residents can learn about possible land use scenarios at a meeting Monday. more »»

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 »»

 
 

 

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