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Keep the Hawaiian Islands Beautiful to Hold 2014 Great American Cleanup

April 17, 2014 Keep the Hawaiian Islands Beautiful (KHIB) is looking for site coordinators, organizations, volunteers, businesses and those who are passionate about becoming an integral part of the nation’s larges... more »»

 
 
 
EV for Earth Day

April 17, 2014 Hawai‘i is a little greener this year as we approach Earth Day, thanks in large part to the state’s adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). more »»

Angels on Wheels

April 15, 2014 Imagine this: No hot meals. No showers or baths for days on end. No clean clothes. Untreated staph infections. Abuse thrown at you all day. It’s a life the homeless live daily. As many as 3. more »»

Maui Search and Rescue Emerges

April 15, 2014 When Carly “Charli” Scott and Moreira “Mo” Monsalve went missing earlier this year, Maui County did not have a search and rescue team like Kaua‘i (KSAR) and Hawai‘i Island (HSAR). more »»

Maui County Conference Explores the Future of Energy

April 10, 2014 At the end of March, Maui hosted a conference--“Electric Utilities: The Future Is Not What It Used To Be. more »»

Accreditation Assessment Team Invites Public Comment on MPD

April 10, 2014 A team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies Inc. more »»

Monsanto Employees Rally in Support of Hawai‘i Agriculture

April 10, 2014 Hundreds of Monsanto employees on Maui and Molokai rallied on the morning of Wednesday, April 2, to demonstrate their support for Monsanto and Hawai‘i agriculture, and to deliver copies of several... more »»

Smart Approaches to Marijuana

April 8, 2014 Maui residents had an opportunity to learn and ask questions about marijuana policy and the issue of legalization on Friday, March 28, at a community meeting co-hosted by Maui Youth & Family Service... more »»

SHAKA Movement Collects Required Signatures

April 3, 2014 The line was long to have voter signatures notarized for SHAKA Movement’s GMO moratorium ballot initiative. The notary process was part of the march and rally on Sunday, March 30. more »»

Mayor’s 2015 Budget a Work of Art

April 2, 2014 Maui Budget Director Sandy Baz and his staff have crafted a very thorough piece of financial writing, otherwise known as Mayor Alan Arakawa’s proposed 2015 budget for the County of Maui. more »»

Maui Police Commission Elects New Chair

April 2, 2014 Kihei resident Roger Dixon, 60, was elected as the new chairman of the Maui Police Commission at its March 19 meeting in Wailuk. more »»

Part 1 - How It All Began… - ACLU Brings Lawsuit Against Maui County

March 27, 2014 There’s nothing like a nice federal lawsuit to get your attention, and the recent filing of Neldon Mamuad complaint against the County of Maui alleging violation of his First Amendment rights has al... more »»

Part II - What the PIA Heard - Only White and Victorino Appear to be Friends of First Amendment

March 27, 2014 “Everybody wants to sue the county,” said Wong. He pointed out that Mamuad and the ACLU had brought the case, and to defend against a federal lawsuit costs money. more »»

Joe Blackburn… pulled nomination papers last week

March 27, 2014 Wailuku resident Joe Blackburn, a realtor, former Maui police officer, firefighter and Maui Electric Company safety director, pulled nomination papers last week for his candidacy for the Wailuku,... more »»

MISC: How to ‘Spot and Stop’ Little Fire Ants

March 25, 2014 Members of the public and the Kihei Community Association (KCA) heard a discouraging word from Maui Invasive Species Committee (MISC) Spokesperson and Field Investigator Abe Vandenberg on Tuesday... more »»

Local Election Trends in 2014

March 18, 2014 It’s only March and the 2014 Primary Election on Saturday, Aug. 9, is more than five months out. more »»

An Introduction to Local Elections 2014

March 18, 2014 South Maui is notorious for its low voter turnout. more »»

Veteran Hawai‘i Casting Director Speaks to Local Film Hopefuls

March 11, 2014 Longtime Casting Director Margaret Doversola spoke to Maui acting hopefuls on Tuesday, March 4, at the Maui Tropical Plantation. The TV and film veteran, whose credits include “Lost,” “Magnum P.I. more »»

Exhibition Match to Kick Off Annual Volleyball Tournament Series

March 11, 2014 Hawaiian Style Volleyball will host a fun-filled event for the entire family. more »»

Biodynamic Farming Cultivates Conscious Connections

March 11, 2014 Some say that humanity has lost its spiritual connection to the Earth that sustains us and must turn back to its natural rhythms. more »»

MARCH & RALLY UPDATE: SHAKA Movement Launches GMO Moratorium Drive with Huber Talk

March 6, 2014 UPDATE: GMO Moratorium March & Rally The march and rally in support of the SHAKA GMO crop moratorium that was originally scheduled for Sunday, March 16, has been changed to Sunday, March 30,... more »»

 
 

Trail of the Whale: Free Whale Information Stations April 18, 2014

Trail of the Whale: Free Whale Information Stations Learn to locate whales from shore and get answers to your whale questions from expert Pacific Whale Foundation naturalist. At Papawai Point on Route 30 (Daily 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.), Wailea Marriott Resort and Spa (T, Th 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. more »

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Local News Poll

  1. Yes. I have an issue with annual operating costs projected at over $600 million with the lion’s share going to wages and benefits.
  2. No. “This book told me more about penguins than I wanted to know.”
  3. Doubtful. Although they say they want input from the public, I feel my request would be wholly ignored.
 
 
 
 

The Dish from Trish

"The Weekly Dish" April 4, 2014

April 4, 2014 Happy Friday! Miss this morning's live broadcast of "The Weekly Dish" radio show on KAOI 1110Am/96.7FM? No worries. You can listen now at the links section below or here: http://www. more »

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