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Saturday, December 12, 2009
Kamaole I, II, and III Park Beaches Closed Due to Shark Sighting
County ocean safety officers and DLNR personnel are monitoring the near shore waters off of the three Kamaole Beach Parks in Kihei following a confirmed sighting of a shark estimated to be around 10-12 ft in size. The shoreline waters of Kamaole I, II, and III are closed to beachgoers at this time. Ocean safety […]
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Conference call: Cause for debate
The debate rages over which college football conferences are best.
Wednesday, July 08, 2009
MAUI COUNTY FAIR NAMES FAIR DIRECTOR, MANAGING DIRECTOR
The 87th Maui County Fair will be led by a team of two. Sherri Grimes, who served as the Fair Director for the past three years, will become the fair’s Managing Director.  The job calls for oversight of budget and logistics. Grimes teams up with new Fair Director Karey Oura who will lead the fair’s […]
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
MIL golfers contend for state title
By Fred Guzman MauiNow.com Two MIL athletes are in contention for individual honors as the state boy’s championship concludes today at the Royal Kaanapali Golf Course. With a 71, Kamehameha-Maui’s Aaron Kunitomo was in a three-way tie for second place, two strokes behind first-round leader Lorens Chan of Iolani.  Justin Keiley of Baldwin was alone […]
Monday, March 30, 2009
Hopes “spring” eternal at UH
The University of Hawaii football team kicks off spring football drills today, and second-year head coach Greg McMackin is promising a more wide-open approach in all three phases of the game. Of course, what you hope for now and what you actually do when the season actually rolls around in the fall are two very […]
Friday, March 27, 2009
The Big Beast rules
Who is the best college basketball team in the country?  That will be decided over the next couple of weekends, and the cast of contenders has now been reduced to an even dozen following Thursday’s first four games in the Sweet Sixteen. What is the best college basketball conference in the nation?  We don’t have […]
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Small school making big noise
By virtue of playing in Division-II, the BYU-Hawaii basketball team is one of the better-kept secrets in local sports. In sharp contrast with D-I University of Hawaii, which struggled to a 13-17 mark, BYU-H has quietly gone about a truly remarkable season. Did you know the Seasiders are 27-1? That they’ve won 24 straight games […]
Tuesday, January 06, 2009
Bows Pull Out a Thriller
After a near-perfect start, Hawaii raced out to a 24-11 lead by making 11 of its first dozen shots. But UH then couldn’t buy a bucket during a six-minute scoring drought down the stretch, blowing that early 13-point edge and trailing by four with just 33.3 seconds remaining. Somehow, the Bows pulled out a thrilling […]
Monday, January 05, 2009
Money Doesn’t Guarantee Titles
As history has shown, just because the New York Yankees are spending big bucks doesn’t mean they will win the World Series.