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Jon Conrad is the Lahaina News' Sportsman of the Year

January 29, 2015 Malama pono is the highly revered Hawaiian tradition to nurture in a motherly way that which is good and righteous. more »»

Maui Lions helping keiki and needy around the world

January 22, 2015 Maui Lions will be out in force on Saturday, Jan. 24, to conduct two important drives. more »»

Give a gift to the ‘aina

January 15, 2015 Is an area you love getting trashed? Do something about it on Saturday, Jan. 17, during “Aloha ‘Aina.” The event is Malama Maui Nui’s first cleanup campaign of the year. more »»

Help Pacific Cancer Foundation serve Maui County residents

January 8, 2015 The Pacific Cancer Foundation plays an important role in Maui County by providing access, knowledge and support to promote optimal care and to improve the quality of life for cancer patients,... more »»

Get rid of ‘E-waste’ responsibly

January 1, 2015 Many tech-savvy households over the years have accumulated closets full of old TVs, VCRs and other now “obsolete” electronics. more »»

Help Hawaii trust protect Maui’s precious places

December 25, 2014 Do you care about protecting Hawaii’s precious places for the future? Help the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust carry out its mission: “To protect the lands that sustain us for current and future... more »»

Help make Maui’s roads safer

December 18, 2014 A new group has an important mission: to make Maui a safer place for adults, kids and seniors to bicycle and walk. All are welcome to join the campaign with the Maui Bicycling League. more »»

The case for Lahainaluna football

December 11, 2014 “Don’t be sad that it’s over; be glad that you’re here,” said Lahainaluna High School co-head football coach Garret Tihada in his address to the Luna team in the Aloha Stadium locker room following ... more »»

U.H. wants to help Native Hawaiians go to college

December 4, 2014 The University of Hawaii is reaching out to Native Hawaiians who are interested in going to college and applying for millions of dollars in college scholarships. more »»

Get involved in local government by serving on a county board

November 27, 2014 Letters leading up to the election show that many residents are interested in county government. more »»

Help Surfrider protect the ocean

November 20, 2014 Ocean enthusiasts in West Maui should join the Surfrider Foundation, Maui Chapter. Currently sitting at 68 members, Surfrider is on a mission to build up its ranks. more »»

West Maui Rotarians want to meet new friends

November 13, 2014 Have you ever thought about joining a Rotary club or attending a meeting to see what this community service organization is all about? Maui residents are invited to attend a “Friend-Raiser” hosted... more »»

Dine out to help Hospice Maui

November 6, 2014 Go out to eat on Tuesday, Nov. 11, to help ensure that hospice care is available to all Maui residents in nee. more »»

Keep West Maui's elected officials on the job

October 30, 2014 The West Side is well-represented by Sen. Roz Baker and Rep. Angus McKelvey. We hope voters on Nov. 4 will keep them on the job for another term. more »»

New book explores history of Keka‘a

October 23, 2014 I remember watching the Lahaina Citizens Advisory Committee hard at work updating the West Maui Community Plan in the early 1990s. more »»

‘Ohana will carry on Bert Kukahiko's legacy

October 16, 2014 Elbert Kahele Kukahiko is a person who manifests all that is good about life here on the West Side. more »»

Proposed state rule could impact thousands of Maui homeowners

October 9, 2014 The state Department of Health will hold an informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 15, at 6 p.m. more »»

Register and be part of Maui County history

October 2, 2014 As the letters nearby indicate, the upcoming general election ballot question on genetically engineered organisms is the biggest issue this yea. more »»

Entire Casco family shows great strength of character

September 25, 2014 Many years ago, as I was complimenting her for the admirable way she and her husband were bringing up their three sons, Stacy Casco replied, “Well, it really takes a village to raise a child. more »»

Council members take initiative to support recycling in West Maui

September 18, 2014 Mayor Alan Arakawa and County Council Chair Gladys Baisa last week reported that regular and holiday landfill operations and trash pick-ups will resume effective immediatel. more »»



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