Kepaniwai Park was beautiful today until I heard the sounds of voices commanding a dog to fight. I glanced around the wall and saw you sic your dog on a cat that was under the car. You then attacked the cat, hitting it brutally across the back with a bat sized branch. The cat still had the energy to head for a tree. You then punched the cat off the tree. Cheers were coming from … [Read more...] about Eh Brah: How dare you attack that cat at Kepaniwai Park!
1. The County of Maui finally reopened Kepaniwai Park on Monday, April 10 after it was severely damaged by a flood. When did it close? A. August 2016 B. September 2016 C. October 2016 D. November 2016 E. December 2016 2. On April 10, Pacific Business News reported that the $354 million redevelopment of the Makena Resort could start next year. According to the story, when … [Read more...] about QuizUnderstood: What do you know about the reopening of Kepaniwai Park?
The Maui County Department of Water Supply is asking all Westside residents to conserve water because of last night's storm, officials announced this morning. "The Lahaina Water Treatment Plant is not operating due to heavy rain," stated the county's news release. "As a result, the Maui County Department of Water Supply is asking all water consumers in Lahaina to immediately … [Read more...] about Storm causes flooding, water problems for Maui
A lot of people got awards from the nonprofit organization African Americans on Maui at their June 30 ceremony in Kepaniwai Park in Iao Valley. The ceremony was to (finally) commemorate the historical accomplishments of African-Americans in Hawaii history in the park that already honors other ethnic groups’ culture and traditions in Maui history. Mayor Alan Arakawa got a … [Read more...] about Maui News gives huge gift to Keith Regan’s 2016 Maui County Council campaign
For better or worse, we all live in historic times. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex marriage is every bit as protected by the Constitution as hetero marriage. The flying of Confederate battle flags at state capitols across the South–an act begun in the mid-20th century in response to the Civil Rights movement–may finally be ending. And everywhere on the Mainland, … [Read more...] about Maui County finally honors its African-American history