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State exploring the value of hemp

July 31, 2014 Gov. Neil Abercrombie this year signed an industrial hemp bill into law, paving the way for the University of Hawaii to grow a field of the plants on Hickam Air Force Base for research for two year. more »»

Columnist wrote about LAC hoping for positive change

July 24, 2014 In all fairness, here is what I hope will be considered a thoughtful, positive response to anyone offended by my recent column item concerning LahainaTown Action Committee. more »»

Help equip students for the 2014-15 school year

July 17, 2014 When the 2014-15 school year opens on Aug. 4, low-income children in West Maui will need classroom supplies. more »»

County to begin enforcing signage guidelines in Lahaina

June 26, 2014 The Maui County Cultural Resources Commission wants business signs in Lahaina’s Historic Districts to reflect the history and dignity of these world-renowned areas. more »»

Help is available for West Maui veterans

June 19, 2014 The national scandal concerning wait times and poor care for America’s veterans by the VA is a heated issue in Hawaii. Thankfully, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is all over the problem. Rep. more »»

Help Book Trust Maui County provide books for needy keiki

June 12, 2014 What was your favorite book as a child? Imagine your world today if you didn’t have the opportunity to own a book. Sadly, this is reality for many kids right here in Maui County. more »»

Community loses Sandy Saxten

June 5, 2014 In the past year, we’ve seen some of Maui and Lahaina’s top restaurants abruptly close their doors and bid their employees and loyal customers farewel. more »»

Help fund Lahaina’s Fourth of July fireworks

May 29, 2014 LahainaTown Action Committee encourages the Maui community to contribute to the fundraising effort for Lahaina’s popular Fourth of July fireworks sho. more »»

Reflect on West Maui soldiers’ sacrifices

May 22, 2014 “It doesn’t take a hero to order men into battle. It takes a hero to be one of those men who goes into battle. more »»

Welcome the Hokule‘a to Lahaina on Sunday

May 15, 2014 Lahaina can be proud that Hokule?a’s first unofficial stop on its World Wide Journey is our historic town. more »»

Hawaii loses one of its greatest composers

May 8, 2014 West Sider George Kahumoku Jr. and Maui’s music community are mourning the loss of Rev. Dennis David Kamakahi, who lost his battle with cancer last week Monday. more »»

Student’s good idea leads to a county law

May 1, 2014 Congratulations to Maui Preparatory Academy junior Gina Marzo, whose idea for a class assignment evolved into a grassroots campaign among Maui students to get “Butts Off Our Beaches” (see “Maui Prep... more »»

A wonderful surprise for Loke Basques Rosenthal

April 24, 2014 Imagine the dark life of an abused, neglected child trying to find her way through the roadblocks set by a mother and father caught in the strangling web of drug abuse. more »»

Take advantage of free health screenings

April 17, 2014 The Project Vision Hawaii bus will soon circle Maui, with volunteers offering much-needed health screenings. Look for the 35-foot, orange bus on Thursday, April 17, from 9 a.m. more »»

Volunteers needed to help Maui children

April 10, 2014 Maui volunteers are sought to help keiki when they need someone in their corner the most. more »»

Persistence leads to first MIL surfing season

April 3, 2014 For years, for decades, Kim Ball has been a pillar for youth sports here on the Valley Isle. more »»

Voter turnout in West Maui must improve

March 27, 2014 This year, West Maui must move down a high-profile top ten list in Hawaii. While we take pride at being the best in many areas, it’s not a plus to rank in the basement in voter turnout. more »»

Lahaina to remember Hawaii’s ‘Citizen Prince’

March 20, 2014 The West Maui community will remember Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole and his love for Hawaii citizens with an event in Banyan Tree Park on March 26. more »»

Community loses Charlie Fox

March 13, 2014 They are the unsung nobility of the Lahaina community — the altruistic visionaries that see the value of education and cultural preservation. more »»

Help send LHS students to the National Leadership Conference

March 6, 2014 Eight Lahainaluna High School students seek the community’s help to travel to Orlando, Florida, on June 22-29 to compete in the National Leadership Conferenc. more »»



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