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Heart and masterful coaching helped the Lunas succeed

November 26, 2015 The Lahainaluna High School football program has been on a high-speed run at the top levels of the Hawaii High School Athletic Association rankings for nearly a decade now, but coming into the 2015... more »»

Lahaina to celebrate Jim Luckey’s life

November 19, 2015 The Luckey Family and Lahaina Restoration Foundation will host a buffet and memorial service for Executive Director Emeritus Jim Luckey in the Old Lahaina Prison yard (187 Prison St.) on Sunday, No. more »»

Like it or not, Na‘i Aupuni process is moving forward

November 12, 2015 The controversial Na‘i Aupuni process is underway, with more than 90,000 Hawaiians now asked to elect 40 delegates to a constitutional convention, or ‘Aha. more »»

Dine out to help Hospice Maui

November 5, 2015 It’s once again time for compassionate community members to convene over plates of ono kau kau to show their support for Hospice Maui’s compassionate care program. more »»

A tribute to Sammy Kadotani

October 29, 2015 Sammy Kadotani was affectionately known as the “mayor of Lahaina,” but that respect came less from politics per se than it did from the fact that his persona exemplified the grassroots kindness and... more »»

Another bypass straight through a quaint Lahaina neighborhood?

October 22, 2015 Say what? The Maui News reported that a plan is afoot to spend $36 million to build out a road fronting Kuhua Mill Camp to relieve congestion through Lahaina on Honoapiilani Highway. more »»

Reckless overharvesting leads to new regulations

October 15, 2015 It’s a good thing that Maui and Oahu residents discovered an unprecedented large-scale commercial harvest of sea cucumbers earlier this yea. more »»

Native Hawaiians should review federal proposal

October 8, 2015 The Native Hawaiian community has not had a formal government recognized by the U.S. since the overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii in 1893. This could change in the near future, however. The U.S. more »»

Help monitor the health of Maui reefs

October 1, 2015 The state last week reported that coral “bleaching,” a stress response caused by high ocean temperatures that makes corals appear white and can ultimately lead to their death, is reaching... more »»

Have your voice heard in Honolulu

September 24, 2015 The Hawaii State Legislature at times takes up matters important to West Maui residents. more »»

Celebrate 30 years of ‘Baggin’ It!’ during major global cleanup effort

September 17, 2015 Malama Maui Nui is once again rallying the community to clean island shorelines and waterways by participating in “Get the Drift and Bag It!” on Saturday, Sept. 19. more »»

Help the Save Honolua Coalition protect the bay

September 10, 2015 It’s time for businesses that utilize Honolua Bay to give back to the resource and help protect it for the future. more »»

Support West Maui’s Hawaiian Language Immersion Program

September 3, 2015 A unique and terrific element of the Lahaina Complex of schools is the Hawaiian Language Immersion Program. more »»

Police to crack down on impaired drivers

August 27, 2015 Maui Police Department is sending a clear message to Maui County residents that it will not tolerate impaired driving. more »»

West Maui community will miss Paul Dean

August 20, 2015 Paul Dennis Jenkins Dean was the kind of person that left you feeling better about the world we live in than before you met up with hi. more »»

Progressive change should boost voter registration

August 13, 2015 Given the very low turnout for the past few elections, the county and state should take whatever steps they can to make it easier to register and vote. A great reform was announced last week. more »»

Have your pet spayed or neutered for free

August 6, 2015 Credit the Maui Humane Society for its ongoing efforts to control the island’s pet overpopulation. more »»

Sue D. Cooley Stadium is ready for games

July 30, 2015 With incredible support by Sue D. Cooley and countless people in the West Side community, the Lahainaluna High School Foundation has achieved a feat that will serve LHS students long into the futur. more »»

Jim Luckey’s legacy is all around Lahaina

July 23, 2015 Lahaina lost one of its true heroes in the passing of James Luckey, 88, on July 12 in Oregon. The full story will be told in the Lahaina News soon. more »»

Caretakers sought for Pohaku Park gardens

July 16, 2015 With easy-going surf breaks out in front, Pohaku Park (a.k.a. “S-Turns”) in Kahana is one of the West Side’s busiest parks during the winter months. more »»

Does litter bug you?

July 9, 2015 Tired of seeing discarded trash that clutters public spaces on Maui? Do something about it through “Litter Bugs Me,” Malama Maui Nui’s next cleanup campaign from July 11-25. more »»


Hula shows set November 27, 2015

Free hula shows are held daily from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Kaanapali Beach Hotel. Hawaiian music is played from 6 to 9 p.m. Call 661-0011. more »

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May 3, 2012 Honoring Maui’s fallen in Vietnam: Kenneth Kaaihue Some 50 years ago, 42 members of the armed forces from Maui lost their lives in the jungles of Vietnam. more »

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