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Give Maui students the tools for success at school

July 22, 2010 The 2010-11 school year will begin soon, and in these tough times, some parents don’t have money to buy school supplies for their children. more »»

Project Graduation keeps students safe

July 15, 2010 The positive action heroes of our community come in many shapes and sizes, from diverse sectors of the population that reflect the rainbow culture of Lahaina. more »»

Pitch in to beautify Maui

July 8, 2010 Does litter bug you? Community Work Day Program (CWD) on Saturday, July 17, will give you a chance to do something about i. more »»

Join the fight against cancer

July 1, 2010 It’s scary to realize that one in three people will be impacted by cancer at some point in their lives. According to the American Cancer Society-Hawaii Pacific In. more »»

Many mentors in the Village of Lahaina

June 24, 2010 About a year ago in this space, we expressed our gratitude as a family to the community of Lahaina for its support in raising our daughter, Audrey, through her college education and a healthy start... more »»

Help fund Lahaina’s Fourth of July fireworks

June 17, 2010 The Maui Chamber of Commerce (MCOC) needs help to stage Lahaina’s biggest summertime event. more »»

Strive to live like Jane Kupau

June 10, 2010 In this upside down world we live in — with family values going by the wayside and public education continuing on a decaying path of frustration — it is indeed an inspiration to review... more »»

The future is bright for Hui O Wa‘a Kaulua

June 3, 2010 Hui O Wa‘a Kaulua (Assembly of the Double-Hulled Canoe) is sailing into uncharted waters. more »»

Don’t fight a chronic disease by yourself

May 27, 2010 West Maui residents battling chronic diseases should take advantage of a six-week program that starts June 5 at the West Maui Senior Center. more »»

Voters support change in council election system

May 20, 2010 Should County Council members be elected solely by residents of their districts?    Maui voters say “yes!” In a recent poll conducted by the... more »»

The browning of West Maui

May 13, 2010 The Pioneer Mill abandoned the sugarcane fields of Lahaina in 1999, and the browning of the once verdant slopes of the West Maui Mountains began. more »»

Help conserve water during Maui's serious drought

May 6, 2010 Weeks before the start of summer, lawns are brown, hillsides are parched and Hawaii is experiencing some of the worst drought conditions in the country. more »»

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 »»



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