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July 22, 2015

Maui Radio Stations Celebrate Summer With Games and Prizes

Maui radio stations are celebrating the summer with games that give listeners a chance to cash in and win money and prizes. Pacific Media Group's 99.9 KISS FM, Da JAM 98.3 FM, KPOA 93.5 FM, and Native 92.5 FM are among the company's family of stations that are sharing their summer with loyal listeners. Prizes range from instant cash to a round trip for two to Las Vegas.
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April 20, 2010

Wendy Osher interview with Sol Kahoohalahala on Mayoral bid

WO:  What prompted your decision to run for Mayor? SK:  I think these times require us to take a closer look at how we manage our affairs as government.  Having been a part of the council in this term, has really solidified for me the idea that there is a necessary requirement for us to... Read more »
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October 15, 2009

Save Our Schools Pushes For Special Legislative Session To Lift Furlough Fridays

A group of concerned citizens will hold another rally on Maui this Thursday to drum up support for a special legislative session aimed at repealing the state’s furlough Fridays at public schools. The Save Our Schools campaign will be circulating a petition calling for the special session.  Event organizer Liza DeLaRosa Walker called the furloughs... Read more »
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October 14, 2009

Morning Fire Burns Building Under Construction in South Maui

A structure fire in South Maui was brought under control shortly before 7 o’clock this morning (Wednesday, October 14, 2009). The incident was reported at 5:45 a.m. at a single story condominium building under construction at 64 Ehiku Street.  The 4,500 square foot building was unoccupied and was intended for use as a community hall... Read more »
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June 01, 2009

MPD SEEKS PUBLIC’S HELP IN FINDING MISSING MAN

The Maui Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in locating James Randy Christman, who was last seen at his residence at 3402 Keha Drive in Kihei at around 7 a.m. on May 28, 2009 .  Christman left a note behind stating that he was leaving the premises and would not return.  Maui Police say... Read more »
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May 28, 2009

WAILUKU MAN INDICTED FOR ELECTRONIC ENTICEMENT OF A CHILD

The Attorney General’s office today indicted a Maui man for the 1st degree Electronic Enticement of a Child. 37-year-old Chris Shizuo Mabe of Wailuku is accused of using the internet to solicit a law enforcement officer who he allegedly believed was a 14-year-old girl. The Attorney General’s office issued a news release today saying Mabe... Read more »
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May 28, 2009

MAUI COUNCIL PASSES 2010 BUDGET UNANIMOUSLY ON 2ND & FINAL READING

The Maui County Council unanimously passed the FY2010 budget on second and final reading this morning.  The budget is $8.8 million less than the Mayor’s $573 million proposal, which translates to a 1.5% difference. Budget Chair Joe Pontanilla described the budget as austere and tight for both county departments and nonprofits, but also noted the... Read more »
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May 27, 2009

KULA HOSPITAL GEARS UP FOR 100TH ANNIVERSARY: SEEKS PHOTOS, STORIES FOR CENTENNIAL BOOK

Kula Hospital is gearing up to celebrate the 100th anniversary in 2010, and as part of that celebration, the Kula Hospital Auxiliary is sponsoring a 100th centennial coffee table book. Alberta Canha is the project coordinator. “We are working on highlighting historical and current information, stories, and photos about Kula Hospital and the surrounding community,”... Read more »
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May 27, 2009

MAKENA WASTEWATER PLANT GOES SOLAR

The private sewage treatment plant at the Makena Resort is on its way to becoming the first net-zero energy wastewater treatment and reclamation plant in the state. A blessing was held today as Dowling Company unveiled the 549 panel system.  A second phase of the project calls for an additional 498 photovoltaic panels which will... Read more »
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May 24, 2009

SURVEY COULD INFLUENCE FUTURE STREAM FLOWS FOR E. MAUI FARMERS

Farmers have until today (Thursday, May 28, 2009) to submit a survey that could influence future stream flows in east Maui.  The Maui County Farm Bureau began distributing the survey several months ago in the hopes of obtaining information on water usage and needs.  The information from the survey will help the farm bureau in... Read more »
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May 24, 2009

PHONE SERVICE RESTORED TO UPCOUNTRY MAUI FOLLOWING FIREY CRASH

Phone service to thousands of residents and business in Upcountry, Haiku and Paia, Maui was restored by 4 o’clock this afternoon (Sunday, May 24, 3009). The outage was sparked by a fire that started when a vehicle hit a propane tank on Lower Kula Road yesterday afternoon, igniting a house fire and resulting in damages... Read more »
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January 23, 2009

50,000th NATIVE SEEDLING TO BE OUTPLANTED AT AUWAHI TO HONOR KUMU RENE SYLVA

A 50,000th Native seedling will be out-planted this weekend at the Auwahi forest on Maui’s `Ulupalakua Ranch.  The Maui Restoration Group and Leeward Haleakalā Watershed Restoration Partnership are conducting the ceremonial planting to honor the recent passing of famed Maui conservationist and Kumu Rene Sylva.  Since initiating the vision of reforestation nine-years ago, more than... Read more »
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