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Two easy ways to help ‘Redo the Imu’

October 14, 2010 The Lahainaluna High School Foundation is charging ahead with the next phase of “Redo the Imu,” a grassroots effort to build a state-of-the-art stadium at the historic school. more »»

Tutors help students succeed in life

October 7, 2010 Add Pat and Richard Endsley to the ever-growing list of positive action heroes for our “Village of Lahaina. more »»

Unique training program slated in West Maui

September 30, 2010 According to Women Helping Women (WHW), on average, there are more than 50 cases of domestic violence reported to police every month in West Maui. more »»

Help keep West Maui’s beaches clean

September 23, 2010 Anyone who goes to the beach regularly will see litter in the sand. Cigarette butts, beverage bottles and plastic bags are among the most common items left behind. more »»

Student’s senior project will benefit keiki for years

September 16, 2010 A community project by a Lahaina student will benefit Princess Nahienaena Elementary School students for years to come. more »»

Show up and vote!

September 9, 2010 Maui residents like to complain about county and state government, but many don’t take a stand by voting. Voter turnout in the 2008 primary was a dismal 21,066 (25.6 percent). more »»

Tell the county why programs are essential

September 2, 2010 It’s no secret that in these tough times, money is tight in county government. more »»

New Luna stadium a fantastic achievement

August 26, 2010 “Well, it doesn’t get much better than this now, does it,” beamed ESPN West Coast sportscaster Neil Everett during his guest appearance at last year’s “Redo the Imu Kic... more »»

Volunteers will play a key role if disaster strikes

August 19, 2010 If West Maui is struck by a major disaster, first responders that provide fire and medical services will not be able to help everyone. more »»

Donations will help Women Helping Women serve victims

August 12, 2010 It’s terrible to hear that there are more than 190 reported domestic violence cases in Maui each month. more »»

Same sad story on Halloween

August 5, 2010 We have some frightening news for fans of Halloween in Lahaina. This year, pedestrians will likely be herded onto the sidewalks, and there will be no bands on stages along Front Street. more »»

Hard work pays off for Holden Mowat

July 29, 2010 The 2009-10 school term will be remembered as a banner year in sports at Lahainaluna. more »»

Give Maui students the tools for success at school

July 22, 2010 The 2010-11 school year will begin soon, and in these tough times, some parents don’t have money to buy school supplies for their children. more »»

Project Graduation keeps students safe

July 15, 2010 The positive action heroes of our community come in many shapes and sizes, from diverse sectors of the population that reflect the rainbow culture of Lahaina. more »»

Pitch in to beautify Maui

July 8, 2010 Does litter bug you? Community Work Day Program (CWD) on Saturday, July 17, will give you a chance to do something about i. more »»

Join the fight against cancer

July 1, 2010 It’s scary to realize that one in three people will be impacted by cancer at some point in their lives. According to the American Cancer Society-Hawaii Pacific In. more »»

Many mentors in the Village of Lahaina

June 24, 2010 About a year ago in this space, we expressed our gratitude as a family to the community of Lahaina for its support in raising our daughter, Audrey, through her college education and a healthy start... more »»

Help fund Lahaina’s Fourth of July fireworks

June 17, 2010 The Maui Chamber of Commerce (MCOC) needs help to stage Lahaina’s biggest summertime event. more »»

Strive to live like Jane Kupau

June 10, 2010 In this upside down world we live in — with family values going by the wayside and public education continuing on a decaying path of frustration — it is indeed an inspiration to review... more »»

The future is bright for Hui O Wa‘a Kaulua

June 3, 2010 Hui O Wa‘a Kaulua (Assembly of the Double-Hulled Canoe) is sailing into uncharted waters. more »»

 
 
 

 

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