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Conscience, Courage and Community

April 1, 2010 “We are not bound to win, but we are bound to be true. We are not bound to succeed, but we are bound to let whatever light we have shine. more »»

Hawai‘i Not Racing to the Top

March 25, 2010 If Hawai‘i wants to build and maintain a strong economy with abundant opportunities for our people, comprehensive, well-rounded education for our keiki must be our priorit. more »»

Start! Heart Walk

March 18, 2010 Every March, the American Heart Association holds its Start! Heart Walk on Maui. more »»

Dying To Entertain

March 11, 2010 SeaWorld’s damage control team is in overdrive following the tragic death of a trainer who was killed by one of the theme park’s captive orcas. more »»

‘Invasive’ Ironwoods?

March 4, 2010 We need to be very careful when we try to improve on nature. Things can be labeled invasive or endemic, but all of these living things are interconnected and play an important role in our environment. more »»

KCA Kalama Park Bench Project

February 25, 2010 The Kīhei Community Association (KCA) has completed phase one of a project to purchase and install high-quality commercial-grade park benches at Kalama Park. more »»

Maui Film Festival Update

February 18, 2010 For weeks, many people have been asking us “What’s up with the Maui Film Festival’s CandleLight Café & Cinema?” Simply put, in its holiday season... more »»

The Residential Fuel Cell Story

February 11, 2010 As an eco-minded tourist, I picked up your free newspaper in a health food store during a recent visit to your beautiful island. more »»

You Are What You Eat

February 4, 2010 What food we choose to consume sometimes says much about us, and menu items vary extremely on Maui. more »»

Justice for All

January 28, 2010 Once again this year, the Hawai’i State Legislature is poised to vote on the matter of extending equal rights to all Hawai‘i citizens by authorizing civil unions for same-sex couples. more »»

Furlough Friday Solutions

January 21, 2010 There were many times when I disagreed with former superintendent Pat Hamamoto, but I am a product of the Hawai‘i Public School System and so I thank her for her many years of service. more »»

What Now Toons - Haitians Need Our Help!

January 18, 2010 Haitians need our help! What we can do… Online: www.redcross.org Phone: 1 800-RED-CROSS Text: HAITI TO 90999 Texting this will donate $10.00 to the Red Cross instantly. ©Keith Tucker www.whatnowtoons. more »»

State Bills Would Regulate Fireworks

January 14, 2010 As chair of the State House Committee on Public Safety, I have been working diligently alongside many of my colleagues in the House and Senate to pass legislation to address the deleterious effects... more »»

A Copenhagen Climate Copout

January 7, 2010 Despite President Obama’s best efforts at the recent Copenhagen Climate Summit, a meaningful, binding agreement to mitigate the negative impacts of climate change could not be achieve. more »»

Hawai‘i in Doghouse for Animal Abuse

December 31, 2009 According to a recent annual nationwide report conducted by the California-based Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF), Hawai‘i was named one of the top five states with the worst animal protection... more »»

Are You “Safe and Well?”

December 24, 2009 One of the most vital services the American Red Cross provides to families during a disaster is the peace of mind that comes from knowing that friends and family are safe and well. more »»

We Deserve Better Representation

December 17, 2009 The Maui Weekly’s De. more »»

Paradigm Shift for a Successful Future

December 10, 2009 For those of us that believe that climate change and resource mismanagement have left us a future with some repair work needed, how do we broaden the conversation to include and involve others? In... more »»

Loose Change

November 30, 2009 My open palm accepts the coins. I am at the reclamation center—seven returned plastic bottles equals $.35. more »»

Back to the Future

November 19, 2009 Have you been to the grocery store lately and noticed that you are paying no less than $20 for just two bags of groceries? It is only going to get worst as inflation kicks in. more »»

 
 

 

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