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Maui TV News for the Week Ending April 22, 2010

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This Week on Maui TV News:

Kupa'a Kupuna - Hundreds of seniors descend on the County building to fight to keep MEO entitlements intact.

DAR Going Under? - An O'ahu state senator wants to gut the funding for the Division of Aquatic Resources on the Neighbor Islands to pay for a part-time Marine studies class for schoolchildren in Honolulu.

How Dry We Are- Despite the turmoil at DLNR, it's business as usual. This week they issued a plea to residents to cut back on water use whenever possible in this dry, dry El Nino year.

Also this week on Maui TV News:

Men Can Stop Rape - It's a fact. It's a concept. And it's an organization that came to Maui to teach some teachers how to turn men into allies of women.

Hoosegow Is a Go - Again - This week Governor Linda Lingle announced that plans were back on track to build a $235 million dollar "Regional Safety Complex" next to the National Guard Armory.

Rewards of Paddling - Kihei Canoe Club is accept applications for up to five annual scholarships. There are rules, and we've got the list for you.

In Sports - Maui paddlers excelled in the solo Kaiwi crossing last weekend - and fared very well in the Boston Marathon, too.

And it's an amazingly busy week - and month - ahead if you want to be entertained, taught or renewed. We've got it all in Coming Attractions - on Maui TV News.

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This Week's Stories

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