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Lahaina teens launch new nonprofit to help people and society

LAHAINA — It is a tribute to the parents and families of West Side youngsters as the spirit of malama pono — to nurture in a motherly way that which is good and righteous — is manifested in growing accounts of positive action in the community. Most recently, two Lahaina grown teenagers launched a nonprofit organization with a simple goal — to help people and society. ImprovingEveryOpportunity is the brainchild of Taryn Cabingas, a 17-year-old senior at Lahainaluna High School, and Hunter Higdon, a 19-year- old 2019 Luna graduate, employee at Napili Kai ...

Local sports

The long evolution of modern fishing poles

“God made poles and men made rods” is an old saying that goes back a long way, but it is still true today. The old Mississippi cane pole has evolved drastically from the days of cotton cords, whiskey bottle cork floaters and catfishing in freshwater rivers. The evolution of rods ...

Community News



More tips for students

For all you kids back in school, I have a couple of tips to help you get straight A’s. As I mentioned in my last article, you should use iCloud Drive as a backup of all your school data. To do this, go into System Preferences, go into your Apple ID on the top right, then click on ...



Help battle plastic pollution via Small Acts for Clean Shores

Love Beauty and Planet and the Surfrider Foundation invite Maui residents to participate in Small Acts for Clean Shores, a series of seemingly small actions that collectively add up to major impacts for our ocean, coasts, waterways and our island community. Throughout October, ...