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Which college entrance exam is best for you?

Yes, college entrance exams are back to being a thing. After a year off due to the pandemic and the resulting logistical issues surrounding administration of the tests, colleges will be resuming the use of standardized tests in their decision-making process for admissions starting this ...

LETTERS for the March 11 issue

Maui’s cat problem Many third world countries have cat and chicken overpopulation problems. While groups like Animal Balance help dozens of poor, destitute islands throughout the world solve these issues, Maui and Hawaii have basically refused to come on board and accept the greatly ...

Learn how to use Hot Corners

With the new Big Sur, you can install Widgets like the ones on your iPhone by clicking on the “Date Time” on the top right, which then displays the Notification Center. There you can insert new Widgets, like Weather, Stocks, News, Clock and other cool stuff. If your desktop ...

Participate in the West Maui Affordable Housing Survey

Do you live or work on the West Side? The West Maui Taxpayers Association (WMTA) is conducting a survey to understand where you would like to see housing built for you and your family. There is no question that affordable housing is needed. WMTA explained that the mission ...

LETTERS for the March 4th issue

Supreme Court to take up Kahoma Village case The Hawaii Supreme Court will be holding oral arguments on the Kahoma Village development on Friday, March 19, at 2 p.m. It is case NO.SCWC-15-0000478-Protect and Preserve Kahoma Ahupua‘a Association vs. Maui Planning Commission and ...

Help clean up Honolua Bay

Honolua Bay stewards seek volunteers for a major cleanup on Saturday, Feb. 27, from 8 to 11 a.m. Volunteers will meet in the Honolua Bay small parking area across from the purple food truck. Drop in any time between 8 and 10:30 a.m. and you’ll be directed to different areas that ...

LETTERS for the Feb. 25 issue

Keep park restrooms and showers open (The following letter was sent to county and state officials.) I am writing with concerns regarding the Puamana Park situation. The park has been closed off to the public, supposedly for repairs, and was to re-open on Feb. 28, yet as of now ...

Help fund scholarships for students

Plans for the Rotary Club of Lahaina’s Feb. 27 fundraiser are quickly taking shape. Members have an aggressive goal to raise $25,000 in scholarship funding this year. Join the community-minded Rotarians for the virtual “A Night Under the Stars III” featuring entertainment by ...

Take advantage of the Pages app

I use the Pages app on my MacBook Air to write my articles for the Lahaina News because after Catalina and Big Sur, you can’t use older 32-bit versions of Microsoft Word, and you’re forced to buy Word 360. So if you don’t want to spend the big bucks, you can use Pages. ...