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Dinengdeng & Pinakbet

Judge Alfred Laureta’s life and legacy honors our shared Filipino ancestry and community. Gilbert S.C. Keith-Agaran Photographs of past Directors of the State of Hawai‘i Department of Labor and Industrial Relations line the walls of a conference room at the...

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Google Is Not Everything…

The Coup D’état Crisis Alexis Joy Viloria | Maui High School January 6th, 2021. This day in history will forever be remembered as a remarkable one. From the runoff election in Georgia to the counting of electoral votes and a...

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Iti Salun-At Yo

Vaccine for the COVID-19 Virus What you need to know! Errol Buntuyan, M.D. Our nation and our local Maui community have been hit hard with increased COVID positive cases in the last two months. It is undeniable the COVID-19 virus...

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Kwento Kwentuhan

Support Local Small Businesses in 2021 Liza A Pierce of “A Maui Blog” | All photos courtesy Liza Pierce Happy New Year! With the New Year comes many new opportunities. Opportunities for self-improvement and opportunities to serve and support our...

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Let’s Talk Pinoy!

Goodbye 2020. What a year to remember or forget! It’s the year that didn’t turn out the way we expected it would be. Was surviving the global pandemic on your plan or goal? It’s been a tough year for many...

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Ating Kabuhayan

Faith: In Evidence—Securely Knowing You’re in God’s Hands John A.H. Tomoso† A formal definition of faith is “the theological virtue defined as secure belief in God and a trusting acceptance of God’s will.” For Christians, this definition is not just...

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