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Lahaina museums to launch ‘Ha‘ina Hou — Let the Story Be Told!’

November 24, 2011 LAHAINA — “Ha‘ina Hou — Let the Story Be Told!” is the name of a 12-month program created by Lahaina Restoration Foundation for the new 2012 “Second Fridays” in Lahaina promotion. more »»

Residents’ input factors in councilwoman’s decisions

November 24, 2011 WAILUKU — October and November have flown by at the County Council. I am grateful to have this column to communicate council business, keeping the public even more in the loo. more »»

Dennis ‘3 Olive’ Winnie — a bittersweet tale

November 24, 2011 KAANAPALI — Dennis J. more »»

Up Front Lahaina

November 10, 2011 Well, what a success! Halloween in Lahaina is back — congratulations to Mayor ALAN ARAKAWA, the Office of Economic Development, Planning Department and LAHAINATOWN ACTION COMMITTEE for pulling it of... more »»

Lahaina Intermediate School encouraged by first HSA scores

November 10, 2011 LAHAINA — Wow! What a difference timing makes! In the first round of HSA testing on Oct. more »»

Hawaiian Guard sponsors festival to honor Merrie Monarch

November 3, 2011 LAHAINA — The 175th birthday of the “Merrie Monarch,” King Kalakaua, who spent the first four years of his life in Lahaina and was the first king of any nation to circle the globe, will be... more »»

Up Front Lahaina

October 27, 2011 ... Well, I’m back — like it or not! Took a break to see how it felt after 17 years of writing this column, but it felt somewhat lonely. So here I am on the warpath again... .. more »»

Hawaiian wisdom from the late Charles Ka‘upu, Part II

October 27, 2011 KAPALUA — Two months after cultural icon and noted Kumu Hula Charles Ka‘upu passed away, and 129 people presented chants and lei in his memory at a memorial service, his good friend, Clifford... more »»

Community welcome to join in Lahaina Royal Ho‘ike

October 27, 2011 LAHAINA — Be a part of history as we perpetuate Lahaina’s Royal Legacy. more »»

Hawaiian wisdom from the late Charles Ka‘upu

October 20, 2011 KAPALUA — Clifford Nae‘ole, cultural advisor to the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua and the chief planner over 15 Celebration of the Arts programs that have increased understanding of Hawaiian culture, once... more »»

New projects highlight Lahaina’s rich history

October 20, 2011 LAHAINA — What a great joy to see the Lahaina and Launiupoko locomotives returned from the Mainland to their home at the Pioneer Mill. more »»

LIS parents should check seventh-graders’ progress in Social Studies

October 13, 2011 LAHAINA — Aloha! We are currently at the beginning of second quarter. Report cards will be coming out within the next two weeks. more »»

Tess Cartwright: BE all you can BE

October 13, 2011 WAILUKU — Joyous. more »»

County Council tackling a wide array of important issues

September 29, 2011 WAILUKU — The months of August and September have been a test of strength and endurance for the County Council, and I am happy to say that I am still going strong. more »»

Edward Bailey and the missionaries: More than meets the eye

September 22, 2011 What most visitors and locals know about missionaries can be concisely summed up in a few short sentences. more »»

Join in the Lahaina Royal Ho‘ike!

September 22, 2011 LAHAINA — Aloha mai kakou! Come and be a part of the Lahaina Royal Ho‘ike on Nov. 12, 2011. The event will be held at Waiola Church (535 Waine‘e St. more »»

Charles Ka‘upu: A cultural icon passes

September 15, 2011 LAHAINA — On a beautiful late August Saturday morning, with waves pleasantly lapping to announce their arrival on the shore, a slight breeze wafting through, catamarans bobbing gently in the ocean,... more »»

Lahaina Intermediate students and teachers stressed by series of tests

September 15, 2011 LAHAINA — Wow! September is here! It feels as though we just started school. During the month of August, our new teachers spent three days in TRIBES training. more »»

Jim Luckey: Preserving our history

September 1, 2011 LAHAINA — Like thousands of other visitors before and since, Oregon sawmill salesman Jim Luckey and his wife, Annie, fell in love with Maui on their very first visit and thought they might like to... more »»

Innovative ideas for Maui County shared at national conference

August 25, 2011 Last month, I traveled to the National Association of Counties (NACO) Conference with hundreds of other government officials from all over the U.S. more »»

 
 

 

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