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Help fulfill Akoni Akana’s vision to restore Moku‘ula

May 12, 2011 LAHAINA — Have you ever considered a place in Lahaina that would honor the rich cultural heritage of our beloved town while providing a learning center for Native Hawaiian studies and a community... more »»

LIS collecting school supplies for students in Iwata, Japan

May 12, 2011 LAHAINA — Aloha, parents! May is the final month of school year 2010-11. Where has this year gone? It seems as though the school year is getting shorte. more »»

A visitor whose ashes will be here forever

May 5, 2011 KAHANA — One thing many locals may not understand is how passionate some visitors are about Maui. more »»

Up Front Lahaina

April 28, 2011 ... Well, last weekend was sure a busy one — on Friday, I attended the DAVID PAQUETTE concert in the FRONT STREET JAZZ AND BLUES WALK at the PIONEER INN. more »»

Council immersed in budget process

April 28, 2011 WAILUKU — This past month, I have been fortunate to add Chelsey Piano and Michael Freistat to my staff part-time to assist with a few key projects. more »»

Straight Talk From the Capitol

April 28, 2011 As the 2011 Legislature reaches its final weeks, Senate and House managers have begun conference committee meetings to resolve differences between their respective bill versions. more »»

Track LIS students’ progress online through

April 28, 2011 LAHAINA — We are past mid-quarter. Parents, have you been checking your child’s edline. more »»

Up Front Lahaina

April 7, 2011 ... more »»

Superstar company in our midst

March 31, 2011 LAHAINA — Chances are good that when a visitor asks a local about the best luau, the answer will come back, “Old Lahaina Luau. more »»

Willie the great at Kimo’s

March 24, 2011 KIMO’S ON FRONT STREET — There is King Kamehameha the Great, written about in this space last summer. And then there is Willie K the Grea. more »»

Sen. Baker: State budget a challenge for lawmakers

March 24, 2011 HONOLULU — Aloha kakou. Just when we thought the economic news couldn’t get any worse, the cost of a barrel of oil skyrockets, sending gasoline prices over $4 on Maui. more »»

Elle Cochran busy attending meetings on county issues

March 17, 2011 WAILUKU — In the past month, I have had the pleasure of meeting with several organizations and individuals throughout the community. On Feb. more »»

Up Front Lahaina

March 10, 2011 ... Well, we were all looking forward to the SACRED HEARTS BAZAAR and then look what happened! Though the crowds were down, attendance was still not too bad in spite of the downpours on both nights. more »»

The incredible change in educational pedagogy

March 10, 2011 There has been a dramatic shift in educational pedagogy over the past two years as educational leaders engage their faculties in focusing instruction on the development of 21st Century skills. more »»

LIS students learn about visitor industry careers in ‘OPPORTUNITY ROCKS!’

March 3, 2011 LAHAINA — “OPPORTUNITY ROCKS!” What a great community we live in. On Feb. 22, our eighth grade students visited six hotels. more »»

Up Front Lahaina

February 24, 2011 ... Well, the Sweetheart Affair was well-attended. The event is the ROTARY CLUB OF LAHAINA’S major push to fund scholarships for Lahainaluna and Molokai High School students. more »»

Volunteers sought for ‘Opportunity Rocks’

February 17, 2011 LAHAINA — Aloha, parents. The past couple of weeks have been exciting for Lahaina Intermediate School. more »»

Bill would help struggling homeowners stay in their homes

February 17, 2011 During the past two weeks, the Senate began the confirmation process for Gov. Neil Abercrombie’s nominees for various cabinet and judicial positions. more »»

Up Front Lahaina

February 10, 2011 ... Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and it’s the time of year for Lahaina Rotary’s “SWEETHEART AFFAIR” dance and auction to help raise funds for scholarships to students from local high school. more »»

Ricebird Roz flies high for Maui

February 3, 2011 She once was a “Ricebird,” strutting as a medal-winning majorette on a football field alongside a high school mascot named for the birds that flew over swaying fields of rice that dominated her... more »»



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