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Rick Nava

June 24, 2014 Rick Nava, 55, is a small business owner who wants to be the next Maui County Council member representing West Maui. more »»

Connect With the ‘Ohana of Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce

June 24, 2014 Maui Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce (MNHCoC) will host its by-monthly Social MNHCoC on Tuesday, July 8, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Maui Tropical Plantation. more »»

South and West Maui Come Alive for Hot Primary Race

June 16, 2014 No state has a worse voter turn out than Hawai‘i, and no districts have more apathetic voters than South and West Maui. more »»

‘A Night to Honor Israel’

June 16, 2014 At the end of last month, the Hawai‘i-Israel Alignment, working with Christians United for Israel and local churches, hosted “A Night to Honor Israel” at the Maui Lu Resort in Kihe. more »»

Pi‘ilani Promenade Developers Release Update

June 16, 2014 Sarofim Realty Advisors released a statement on the current status of their Business/Commercial, Light Industrial and Apartment Pi‘ilani Promenade Project in South Maui last wee. more »»

Maui Celebrates the Future of Industrial Hemp in Hawai‘i

June 16, 2014 Maui’s First National Hemp History Week began on Monday, June 2, with Mayor Alan Arakawa signing a proclamation, and ended with the Maui County Council signing a resolution. more »»

Maui Wedding Expo

June 16, 2014 The Maui Wedding Association presents the 19th Annual Maui Wedding Expo, the only wedding event of its kind on Maui, on Saturday June, 21. more »»

New Maui Humane Society CEO Named After Shelby Withdraws

June 16, 2014 The board of directors of the Maui Humane Society (MHS) announced last week that Jerleen Bryant, who is currently on staff at the MHS, has been appointed to the position of CEO for the nonprofit... more »»

Nominations Close for 2014 Primary Election

June 10, 2014 Tuesday, June 3, was a busy day at the Maui County Clerk’s office. It was the last day for candidates to file to run in the 2014 Primary Electio. more »»

Who Can Vote in What Races; Who is Running in the Primary Election

June 10, 2014 All federal and state elections are partisan races. That means in the primary, voters must live in the geographic district designated and can only vote in the primary of one party. more »»

SHAKA Movement Gathers Required Signatures for GMO Moratorium

June 10, 2014 The Office of the County Clerk has certified that the SHAKA Movement has collected the required number of additional valid signatures needed to advance a petition to place a moratorium on the... more »»

Maui Humane Society Names New CEO

June 10, 2014 The Board of Directors of the Maui Humane Society (MHS) announced recently that Sandra (Sandy) Shelby has been appointed to the position of CEO for the nonprofit agenc. more »»

Work Begins on Kihei Game Center

June 10, 2014 Nearly destroyed by an arsonist three-and-a-half years ago, a landmark building in North Kihei is due to reopen to the public by the end of Augus. more »»

Residential Rentals Scarce, Commercial Space Gluts

June 3, 2014 Are you an employed single person or perhaps a family looking for a place to live? And have you found that even though you work, have a decent credit score, local references and don’t do drugs or... more »»

Joe Kent: Reluctant Politician

June 3, 2014 Joe Kent is not exactly a household name, but that may change. He is a Libertarian candidate running against Tulsi Gabbard (D) for the Second Congressional District seat in the U.S. House. more »»

Maui’s Antiquated Water & Waste Systems Don’t Meet Today’s Needs

May 27, 2014 At the Kihei Community Association (KCA) meeting on Tuesday, May 20, state Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) Deputy Director William M. more »»

TEDx Youth at Seabury Hall: ‘Imagining a Better Tomorrow’

May 27, 2014 The first-ever TEDx Youth event on Maui took place at Sea-bury’s Hall’s A‘ali‘ikuhonua Creative Center on Sunday, April . more »»

SHAKA Movement: Criticism is ‘Wholly Unjustified and Untrue'

May 22, 2014 On Monday, May 12, news Website Honolulu Civil Beat published an article that drew public, county and state scrutiny about SHAKA Movement’s efforts to gather signatures for a temporary moratorium on... more »»

Hokule‘a a & Hikianalia Visit Maui

May 22, 2014 After six years of prepartation, the Hokule‘a and sister ship Hikianalia visited Lahaina on Sunday, May 18. more »»

 
 
 

 

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