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State plan will help protect the ocean

August 1, 2013 Sunday’s Kahekili Herbivore Fisheries Management Area celebration and the West Maui Kumuwai campaign’s recent planting project at Canoe Beach are good examples of what can happen when a range of... more »»

Help equip children with the tools to succeed

July 25, 2013 Jake Jacobus wants the Maui community to be aware of a sad, quiet reality in our schools. more »»

Help provide slippers for elementary school kids

July 18, 2013 With the 2013-14 school year starting soon, West Maui Lions want to provide a very basic need for elementary school children in Lahaina. more »»

Thanks to everyone involved with Project Graduation

July 11, 2013 Well, we’re more than a month into the summer school break, and all across Maui County, the celebrations continue to honor the graduating high school seniors taking the momentous step forward into... more »»

‘Angels on wheels’ needed to help area cancer patients

July 4, 2013 When Lahaina resident Grace Nava’s daughter’s cancer went into remission two years ago, she felt the need to help other. more »»

A fond aloha to Debbie and Mike Jokovich

June 27, 2013 The relationship between the Hyatt Regency Maui and departing General Manager Michael Jokovich was a match made in heaven. more »»

Takao Matsuda continues to inspire the Lahaina community

June 20, 2013 They are, indeed, the greatest generation. more »»

When is the best time to close Mala for repairs?

June 13, 2013 The state needs to close the Mala boat launch ramp for two months for an $892,000 improvement project. more »»

GaryDean Kaleoho‘olaokalani Kahunanui remembered for his kindness

June 6, 2013 It was an intersection in Lahaina that GaryDean Kaleoho‘olaokalani Kahunanui had crossed hundreds of times. more »»

Capitalize on free health checks during Tropic Care Maui County

May 30, 2013 The U.S. Military, Maui County Mayor’s Office and state Department of Health recently announced very good news for Maui County residents who lack health insuranc. more »»

Honor our soldiers on Memorial Day

May 24, 2013 Living on Maui, wrapped up in work, family and day-to-day life, it’s easy to forget that American soldiers are fighting in the Middle East. more »»

Help send Lahaina hoops players to Oregon

May 16, 2013 The West Maui Girls Basketball Club has once again received an invite to compete in the 2013 End of the Trail Oregon Basketball Shootout Classic in July. more »»

Lahaina Restoration Foundation keeps area’s history alive

May 9, 2013 David Allaire is the perfect front man. A never-ending look of bemusement on his face coupled with a quick draw sense of informed humor to match, he is the ideal master of ceremonies. more »»

Women invited to help build affordable housing on Maui

May 2, 2013 Maui women are encouraged to grab their hammers and volunteer during Habitat for Humanity’s sixth annual National Women Build Week. more »»

Need help communicating with your children?

April 25, 2013 According to “Raising Resilient Teenagers” author Chris Hudson, “By far the most common issue that comes up when discussing teenagers with adults is that of communicatio. more »»

After tough start, Rosenthal enters golden chapter of his life

April 18, 2013 This is a story that began 18 years ago on the dark side of the rainbow of life and slowly has brightened over that span to become a heartwarming manifestation of the richness of existence here in... more »»

Help Feed My Sheep receive a $25,000 grant

April 11, 2013 Feed My Sheep, a mobile food distribution program, drives trucks into neighborhoods where poverty exists to feed the hungry. more »»

Tragedies remind everyone to drive with aloha

April 4, 2013 In an eerily similar tragedy to the one that took the life of a young Lahaina man just four months ago, another West Side teenager has perished in a traffic accident on Honoapiilani Highway at... more »»

Support crosswalks on Lahainaluna Road

March 28, 2013 The state budget proposed by the House of Representatives includes a relatively small but important line item: $150,000 for crosswalks on Lahainaluna Road. more »»

With donations, ‘Gotcha Store’ can reopen for students

March 21, 2013 Parents of keiki at Princess Nahi‘ena‘ena Elementary School contacted the paper last week. They seek help to supply the “Gotcha Store” at the school. more »»

 
 
 

 

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