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County councils say state lawmakers should follow open meeting laws, even though they’re not legally required to.
The rodent population on a Hana school campus was recently assessed by representatives of a company that produces the liquid contraceptive.
Four UH Maui College graduates hope to find sustainable solutions for preserving Maui’s environment and culture.
Hana’s public school is closing its agricultural fields, trimming back jungle around the campus and launching an education campaign to control the spread of the parasite.
Some vehicles left behind by motorists with car trouble are vandalized. To make matters worse, emergency call boxes frequently don’t work.
They call her “The Firestarter.” From a keyboard in Hana, Teresa Shook ignited the upcoming Women’s March On Washington.