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Lahainaluna coaches face uncertainty as workouts begin

LAHAINA — With the COVID-19 pandemic protocols still confusing and shaking up the situation for high school sports, Maui Interscholastic League football began official workouts last week. While Interscholastic League of Honolulu — the so-called private schools on Oahu — have ...

Barrio Fiesta set for Oct. 2

KAHULUI — Binhi At Ani Filipino Community Center will present the 52nd annual Barrio Fiesta on Saturday, Oct. 2. The hybrid event will consist of a virtual broadcast on Binhi at Ani’s Facebook Page (facebook.com/BinhiatAniFilipinoCommunityCenter) between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., and a ...

‘Generous Slice of Hula Pie’ to provide school supplies for keiki

WEST MAUI — T S Restaurants is serving up slices of its Kimo’s Original Hula Pie in support of Parents and Children Together (PACT.org). For one day only — on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021 — all eight restaurants in Hawaii will donate 100 percent of sales proceeds generated from the ...

Rotarians collect school supplies and cash for needy students

LAHAINA — On Sept. 7 and 9, two West Maui Rotary Clubs held very successful drives to collect school supplies for children in need. Twelve boxes of school supplies and over $800 in funds were collected during the two days of the collection effort. On Friday, Sept. 7, the Rotary Club ...

Ray Lasco leaves a legacy of leadership for the youth of Lahaina

LAHAINA — The spiritual strength of the West Side community is built upon the backs of a dedicated core of volunteers. Ray Lasco was a shining light amongst them. Lasco, a humble family man, passed peacefully away two weeks ago at the age of 59, but his legacy of leadership for the ...

Theatre Theatre Maui thanks supporters and looks ahead to fall

LAHAINA — Theatre Theatre Maui (TTM) wrapped up its 29th summer season of youth theatre culminating in digital productions of “The Trial of Goldilocks,” “Alice in Wonderland” and other shows, thanks to the phenomenally creative team of Kristi Scott, Francis Taua, Felicia ...

Community loses Bobby Balderson

LAHAINA — Robert Nelson “Bobby” Balderson passed away in his sleep at Maui Memorial Medical Center on June 28, 2021. Balderson was born in Pasadena, California, on May 22, 1945, where he lived for most of his teenage years. He rebuilt a classic Woody car that was his pride and ...

Planning Commission to consider 310-acre Pulelehua project

KAHANA — The Maui Planning Commission has scheduled a virtual public hearing at 9 a.m. on Oct. 12 to discuss an application for Phase II Project District Development Approval for the Pulelehua project (West Maui Project District 5) slated below Kapalua Airport. Maui Oceanview LP is ...

Nathan Aweau to perform ‘Live @ the MACC’ streamed concert

KAHULUI — The Maui Arts & Cultural Center recently announced the return of its popular ‘Live @ the MACC’ series of streamed Saturday night events. Next up is Nathan Aweau on Sept. 25. Each event will be at 7:30 p.m., but instead of the audience coming to the MACC, the center ...

School community unites for Kupuna Care Project

LAHAINA — The mission of Sacred Hearts School is to provide Excellence in Education and to nurture a life of Prayer, Faith, and Service in the Catholic tradition. Tonata Lolesio kicked off her second year as principal by embracing these concepts and leading the Kupuna Care School ...