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Improve turnout by making it easier to vote

January 28, 2016 With the races for governor and mayor off the ballot this year, and no controversial ballot question on GMOs, will voter turnout on Maui fall to disgraceful levels? Realizing that voter turnout is... more »»

Scott Soldwisch is the Lahaina News’ Sportsman of the Year

January 21, 2016 It is truly one of the country’s toughest jobs. more »»

Yaeno Okada a role model for her kindness

January 14, 2016 They are, indeed, America’s greatest generation; and those that lived the 20th Century on Maui were enriched with a warmth of spirit — a true beauty of humanity to pass on to future generations. more »»

Help LahainaTown Action Committee foster the vitality of Lahaina

January 7, 2016 LahainaTown Action Committee is an important group that many residents and merchants may take for granted. more »»

Contribute your ideas to improve Lahaina Intermediate School

December 24, 2015 Want to play an important role in improving student achievement at Lahaina Intermediate School? Volunteer to serve on LIS’ School Community Counci. more »»

HSTA suggestions make sense

December 17, 2015 The Hawaii State Teachers Association (HSTA) last week announced the introduction of an ambitious ten-part education omnibus bill designed to dramatically improve Hawaii’s school system. more »»

Help the needy this holiday season

December 10, 2015 Lahaina’s own Spanky’s Riptide is reaching out to the community to help the needy this holiday season. more »»

Are interisland airfares too expensive for families?

December 3, 2015 The day before Thanksgiving, Maui County Councilman Michael P. Victorino announced that he introduced a resolution urging competition and lower fares for interisland air travel. more »»

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 »»



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