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Anchor Script for Maui TV News for the week Beginning July 5, 2007



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A. J: TWENTY-SIX HUNDRED ACRES GO UP IN FLAMES OVER THREE DAYS - ALONG WITH THREE HOMES AND A FARM - BUT THANKFULLY - NO SERIOUS INJURIES. WE'LL HAVE A WRAP-UP ON THE OLOWALU FIRE.

C: IT'S YET ANOTHER "END OF AN ERA" AS MAUI PINEAPPLE SHUTS DOWN ITS 80-YEAR-OLD CANNING OPERATION ONCE AND FOR ALL.

J: BIKING DOWN A VOLCANO. OF COURSE NOBODY WANTS ANYONE TO GET HURT. BUT HOW MANY RULES DOES IT TAKE TO PREVENT AN ACCIDENT?

C: IN SPORTS, SOCCER IS NO KA OI ON MAUI AS THE BOYS TAKE THEIR TURN ON THE FIELDS OF KEOPUOLANI PARK AFTER THE LADIES WRAP IT UP.

J: AND, PATRIOTISM STIRS IN THE HEARTS OF THE PANIOLO. JULIE Y HAS THE DETAILS ON THE FIFTY-SECOND MAKAWAO RODEO. THAT AND MORE THIS WEEK ON MAUI TV NEWS.

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B. J: ALOHA EVERYONE AND WELCOME TO MAUI TV NEWS. I'M JEFF KING

C: AND I'M CYNDI MAYO DAVIS. IT WAS FIFTY HOURS OF INTENSE HEAT, BLINDING SMOKE, TOWERING FLAMES, AND TRAPPED MOTORISTS.

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C: THE WEST MAUI FIRE, FIRST REPORTED LAST WEDNESDAY MORNING AT TEN-THIRTY, SPREAD SO QUICKLY THAT SOME RESIDENTS ONLY HAD TIME TO LOAD PETS INTO CARS AND MAKE A DASH DOWN THE HILL.

(vo) SMOKE BILLOWED ABOVE OLOWALU THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON AND HONOAPI'ILANI HIGHWAY WAS CLOSED, OFF-AND-ON, FOR MOST OF TWO DAYS, STRANDING RESIDENTS AND VISITORS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE BLAZE. TRADE WINDS SENT EMBERS UP AND DOWN THE SLOPES OF KAHALAWAI, AND TORCHED TWO HOMES AND A HYDROPONIC FARM IN THE LAUNIUPOKO AREA. FOR A WHILE WEDNESDAY NIGHT, THE HIGHWAY WAS OPEN, UNTIL GUSTY WINDS SPREAD FLAMES ACROSS THE ROAD - FLARING UP IN THE NIGHT SKY. THE VIEW FROM SOUTH MAUI ON THURSDAY WAS REMINISCENT OF LAST FALL’S WILDFIRES ALONG THE SOUTHWEST SLOPES ABOVE MA'ALAEA. BY FRIDAY MORNING, THOUGH, THE VIEW FROM KULA SHOWED THAT SMOKE NO LONGER FILLED THE SKIES.

(on-cam) TWO FIREFIGHTERS WERE TREATED FOR SMOKE INHALATION BUT, FORTUNATELY, THERE WERE NO OTHER SERIOUS INJURIES REPORTED. CREWS FROM MAUI COUNTY FIRE AND RESCUE, INCLUDING THE AIR-ONE CHOPPER, ALONG WITH HAWAII STATE DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY, DEPARTMENT OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES AND THE HAWAII AIR NATIONAL GUARD ALL ASSISTED IN FIGHTING THE BLAZE. WHILE THE OFFICIAL CAUSE OF THE FIRE REMAINS UNDER INVESTIGATION, THERE ARE REPORTS OF A BULLDOZER - OPERATED BY A MAUI ELECTRIC SUBCONTRACTOR - SPARKING THE INITIAL FIRE WEDNESDAY MORNING NEAR OLOWALU NUI FARMS. THE FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY HAS AUTHORIZED FUNDS TO OFFSET LOCAL AND STATE FIREFIGHTING COSTS.

FRAYED NERVES WERE TESTED FOR A FEW TENSE HOURS AGAIN SATURDAY IN SOUTH MAUI AFTER A SMALL BRUSH FIRE ALONG KUIHELANI HIGHWAY SENT SMOKE DRIFTING ACROSS KIHEI AND WAILEA, PROMPTING DOZENS OF CALLS TO POLICE AND FIRE OFFICIALS. THAT FIRE, NEAR WAIKO ROAD IN A CANE FIELD, WAS QUICKLY EXTINGUISHED.

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C. J: HOW DO YOU PREPARE FOR SUCH A POTENTIAL DISASTER, OR - BETTER YET - PREVENT ONE? QUICK ACTION AND EXCELLENT WORK BY FIREFIGHTERS PREVENTED SERIOUS INJURIES AND GREATLY REDUCED THE POTENTIAL FOR DEVASTATING PROPERTY DAMAGE.

(vo) SEVERAL HUNDRED ACRES, ADJACENT TO THE VILLAGE OF WAIHE'E, MANAGED BY THE MAUI COASTAL LAND TRUST TO SAVE THEM FROM FUTURE DEVELOPMENT, COULD PRESENT A THREAT TO THE VILLAGE IF THERE WAS A WILDFIRE. BUT A FEDERALLY FUNDED COMMUNITY WILDFIRE PROTECTION PLAN IS NOW IN PLACE TO HELP PREVENT A DISASTER.

(SOT-Dale Bonar, Executive Director, Maui Coastal Land Trust(DB03) ("For us at the land trust.....adjacent to the village there")

(con't vo) THE 121-THOUSAND DOLLAR GRANT WILL HELP EQUIP MAUI COUNTY FIRE AND CIVIL DEFENSE DEPARTMENTS WITH SPECIALIZED GEAR NEEDED TO DEAL WITH THIS KIND OF TERRAIN. WHILE THE PLAN IS A FIRST FOR MAUI, IT'S NOT NEW TO HAWAII.

(SOT-2 DB04) "There was a plan done....stopped right there.")

(On-cam) NOT WASTING ANY TIME, CREWS HIRED BY THE MAUI COASTAL LAND TRUST UNDER THE NEW COMMUNITY WILDFIRE PROTECTION PLAN HAVE ALREADY BEGUN CLEARING AND MAINTAINING TWENTY-SIX ACRES OF BRUSH BORDERING PRIVATE HOMES ALONG KAHEKILI HIGHWAY.

(Maui Pineapple Cans Canning) (PiP-Pineapple)

D. C: IT'S KIND OF A SAD PHRASE THAT WE SEEM TO HEAR ALL TOO OFTEN THESE DAYS - BUT HERE IT IS AGAIN: "THE END OF AN ERA." THIS TIME THE "VICTIM" OF TIME MARCHING ON IS THE CANNING OPERATION AT MAUI LAND AND PINEAPPLE. MAUI TV NEWS REPORTER JEFF KING TAKES A LOOK AT THE SWEET HISTORY - AND FUTURE - OF THIS MAJOR MAUI COMPANY.

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(on-CAM TAG) ONE SIGN THAT MAUI PINE IS SERIOUS ABOUT THE FRESH PINEAPPLE BUSINESS IS THEIR RECENT INVESTMENT OF NEARLY FORTY MILLION DOLLARS INTO RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF HYBRID PINEAPPLE VARIETIES AND THE KIND OF SOIL IT WILL TAKE TO GROW THEM. A LITTLE LATER ON THIS WEEK'S EDITION OF MAUI TV NEWS, WE'LL TREAT YOU TO A CLOSE-UP LOOK AT WHAT IT TAKES TO GET FRESH PINEAPPLE FROM THE FIELDS OF MAUI TO THE REST OF THE WORLD.


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J: COMING UP NEXT ON MAUI TV NEWS...BIKE TOURS. WHAT A THRILL TO BIKE DOWN A VOLCANO. WHAT A PAIN TO GET STUCK IN YOUR CAR BEHIND A VAN. WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT? THAT'S WHAT WE ASKED. THE ANSWERS UP NEXT.

C: IF YOU BLINKED, YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED IT. SMOKE WASN'T THE ONLY THING FILLING THE NIGHT SKY LAST WEEK OVER MAUI. WE GAZED TO THE HEAVENS...AND WE'LL SHOW YOU WHAT WE FOUND.

J: ALAKAI HAS ARRIVED. THE HAWAII SUPERFERRY MADE IT ACROSS THE PACIFIC AND IS SAFELY DOCKED IN HONOLULU. WE'LL HAVE AN UPDATE ON IT'S TRAVEL PLANS WHEN WE COME BACK. STAY WITH US.

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F. C: COASTING FOR DOZENS OF MILES DOWN THE WINDING ROADS OF HALEAKALA. BIKE TOURS ARE A THRILL PRIMARILY ENJOYED BY PEOPLE VISITING MAUI. SO WHY SHOULD LOCALS HAVE TO WAIT WHILE HORDES OF CHROME-PLATED BICYCLES SLOWLY PLOD DOWN FROM PEAK TO PAIA? MAUI TV NEWS REPORTER JEFF KING EXAMINES THE CLASH BETWEEN ACTIVITIES AND ACTIVISTS.

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(on-cam tag) FOR AN EXCLUSIVE IN-DEPTH VERSION OF THIS STORY, VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT MAUITVNEWS-DOT-COM AND FOLLOW THE LINK TO "BIKE TOUR RULES OF THE ROAD."


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G. J: LAST WEEK'S WEST MAUI FIRE MADE FOR SOME SPECTACULAR SUNSETS, BUT IT WAS THE NIGHT SKY AFTER DARK THAT HAD SPACE WATCHERS GAZING TOWARD THE HEAVENS.

(vo) SHORTLY AFTER LAST FRIDAY'S RISE OF THE FULL MOON, A BRIGHT SPOT IN THE WESTERN SKY WAS THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION STREAKING FROM THE WEST TO THE SOUTHWEST. THE CRAFT, ORBITING THE EARTH ONCE EVERY NINETY MINUTES, WAS CLEARLY VISIBLE WITH THE NAKED EYE EVERY NIGHT LAST WEEK OVER HAWAII. USING NIGHT-VISION VIDEOGRAPHY TO HIGHLIGHT THE SCENE, THE CRAFT WASN'T QUITE THIS BRIGHT, BUT IT WAS TRAVELLING THIS FAST ACROSS THE EVENING SKY. FRIDAY' NIGHT'S SIGHTING OF THE 5,000-SQUARE FOOT SPACE STATION OCCURRED JUST AFTER THE SPACE SHUTTLE ATLANTIS HAD DEPARTED THE ORBITING CRAFT FOR A RETURN TO EARTH. THE SPACE STATION WAS THE THIRD BRIGHTEST OBJECT IN THE NIGHT SKY, AFTER THE MOON, AND THE EVENING STAR, VENUS.


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H. C: THE HAWAII SUPERFERRY HAS ARRIVED...ALMOST. THE ALAKAI CRUISED INTO HONOLULU HARBOR LAST SATURDAY TO FANFARE AND CEREMONY. IT IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN INTERISLAND SERVICE WITHIN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS.

(vo)(FF-Photos) THE 350-FOOT-LONG VESSEL COMPLETED SEA TRIALS IN APRIL, THEN AFTER SOME DELAYS EMBARKED ON A 76-HUNDRED MILE JOURNEY TO HAWAII THAT TOOK IT THROUGH THE PANAMA CANAL. THEN A STOP IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, BEFORE THE TRANS=PACIFIC RUN THAT BROUGHT IT TO ITS NEW HOME BASE AT PIER NINETEEN IN HONOLULU LAST SATURDAY. SERVICE IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN NO LATER THAN SEPTEMBER FIFTH BETWEEN HONOLULU AND MAUI AND BETWEEN HONOLULU AND KAUAI.

(on-cam) THE HAWAII SUPERFERRY WEBSITE IS TAKING ONLINE BOOKINGS NOW. YOU CAN FIND THE LINK TO THEM THROUGH OUR WEBSITE AT MAUITVNEWS-DOT-COM... BUT BE PREPARED FOR A BIT OF STICKER SHOCK. THE COST OF A WEEKDAY ROUND-TRIP FOR TWO ADULTS WITH ONE CAR BETWEEN MAUI AND HONOLULU - INCLUDING TAXES, FEES AND DISCOUNTS, IS THREE HUNDRED, EIGHTY-SIX DOLLARS AND 89 CENTS.


I. (Tease for C-Block)(2-shot)

J: COMING UP NEXT ON MAUI TV NEWS...THERE MAY BE A LULL IN MAJOR SPORTS ACTION ON MAUI, BUT THAT DOESN'T MEAN THERE ISN'T PLENTY GOING ON. KALAPANA IS UP NEXT WITH SOCCER, WINDSURFING AND MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL.

C: AND JULIE Y JOINS US AFTER THAT WITH THE RUNDOWN OF COMING ATTRACTIONS, INCLUDING EVERYTHING FROM CALF ROPING...TO CALF-BARING! THAT AND MORE WHEN WE COME BACK. STAY WITH US.

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J. K: IN BASEBALL THERE'S THE SEVENTH-INNING STRETCH, ON MAUI...IT'S THE SEVENTH-MONTH STRETCH. ALOHA EVERYONE AND WELCOME TO SPORTS! ON MAUI TV NEWS. I'M KALAPANA. JUST BECAUSE THERE ARE NO MAJOR SPORTS IN SEASON RIGHT NOW DOESN'T MEAN THERE ISN'T PLENTY GOING ON!

(VO) SATURDAY THE MAUI NO KA OI BOYS SOCCER TOURNAMENT WRAPPED UP AFTER FOUR DAYS OF COMPETITION AT KEOPUOLANI PARK. WE WANTED TO SHOW YOU SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS FROM FRIDAY'S MATCHUP BETWEEN MAUI UNITED - IN WHITE AND MANUIA - IN BLUE. THIS IS QUALITY COMPETITION FROM THESE YOUNG MEN...AND THIS IS JUST THE UNDER-12 DIVISION. MAUI UNITED WENT ON TO WIN THIS MATCH, THREE TO ONE.

JUST ONE WEEK BEFORE...IT WAS THE YOUNG LADIES GETTING THEIR KICKS DURING THE MAUI NO KA OI GIRLS SOCCER TOURNAMENT. OVER FOUR DAYS, TEAMS FROM ACROSS MAUI, THE ENTIRE STATE OF HAWAII AND AS FAR AWAY AS CALIFORNIA COMPETED IN HIGH-LEVEL SOCCER COMPETITION. SEMI-FINAL MATCHES SATURDAY BETWEEN EXCEL AND STARS, HAD ENOUGH ACTION TO FILL A SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS REEL...AND RIGHT NEXT DOOR, THE ACTION WAS JUST AS EXCITING BETWEEN MANUIA AND KO'OLAU.

(on-cam) IN THE WORLD OF WINDSURFING, THERE ARE SOME NAMES THAT GET MENTIONED AGAIN AND AGAIN - AND THAT'S BECAUSE THEY ARE THAT GOOD!

(vo) SATURDAY AT KANAHA BEACH PARK, IT WAS A REPEAT OF TWO WEEKS AGO WHEN PHIL MC GAIN EDGED MATT PRITCHARD AT THE FINISH BUOY TO TAKE ONE HEAT - BUT THAT DIDN'T HAPPEN MUCH AFTER THAT. PRITCHARD WENT ON TO WIN ENOUGH HEATS TO CLAIM THE THIRD EVENT OF THIS YEAR'S MAUI RACE SERIES. MC GAIN - AS USUAL - CLAIMED HIS DIVISION.

(on-cam) NEXT UP, THE MAUI FIN COMPANY OPEN - FOURTH IN THE 23RD ANNUAL MAUI RACING SERIES OF WINDSURFING AT KANAHA BEACH PARK.

WE THOUGHT YOU MIGHT WANT TO KEEP TABS ON MAUI'S TWO MAJOR LEAGUE PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL PLAYERS. NINETEEN NINETY-NINE SAINT ANTHONY'S GRADUATE SHANE VICTORINO WRAPPED UP THE MONTH OF JUNE ON A HIGH NOTE...BATTING TWO-SIXTY-FIVE FOR THE SEASON WITH EIGHT HOME RUNS, THIRTY-THREE R-B-Is...A TOTAL OF 50 RUNS, AND TWENTY-TWO STOLEN BASES - FOURTH BEST IN THE MAJORS. ON DEFENSE, WITH NINE ASSISTS, VICTORINO IS TIED FOR THIRD IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE OUTFIELD. MAUI'S OTHER NATIVE SON, KURT SUZUKI, ACTIVATED BY THE OAKLAND A'S JUST A FEW WEEKS AGO, IS BATTING THREE-EIGHTY-FIVE, WITH TWO HOMERS SO FAR. HE HAS THREE R-B-Is IN THE FIVE GAMES HE HAS STARTED SINCE BEING CALLED UP ON JUNE TENTH. THE 23-YEAR-OLD WAILUKU NATIVE IS ALSO CONSIDERED THE HEIR APPARENT TO THE FULLTIME CATCHER'S POSITION FOR THE A'S.

(on cam) THAT'S A QUICK LOOK AT SPORTS THIS WEEK. WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU. LET US KNOW - AT LEAST TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE OF YOUR TEAM'S UPCOMING SPORTING EVENTS. SEND YOUR NOTICES TO "SPORTS-AT MAUITVNEWS-DOT-COM" AND WE'LL DO OUR BEST TO GET A FILM CREW OUT TO COVER YOUR GAME. FOR MAUI TV NEWS, I'M KALAPANA. NOW HERE'S JULIE Y WITH COMING ATTRACTIONS.


K. (coming attractions)

JY: ALOHA EVERYONE AND WELCOME TO "COMING ATTRACTIONS" ON MAUI TV NEWS. I'M JULIE Y WITH A RUNDOWN OF FUN THINGS HAPPENING ON MAUI THIS WEEK....

THE 52ND ANNUAL MAKAWAO RODEO AT OSKIE RICE ARENA RUNS JULY 5TH THROUGH THE 8TH. REAL PANIOLO WILL DAZZLE YOU WITH BULL AND BRONC RIDING, TEAM AND CALF ROPING AND BARREL RACING. ADMISSION IS FREE FOR THE QUALIFYING ROUNDS ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, ADMISSION IS TEN DOLLARS FOR ADULTS WITH DISCOUNTS FOR SENIORS AND STUDENTS. ALSO ON SATURDAY AT 9AM, THE 42ND ANNUAL PARADE SHOWCASING MAUI'S BEST PANIOLO. THIS YEARS THEME, "LUCKY WE LIVE MAUI COUNTY." GET THERE EARLY SO YOU CAN GET A GOOD SPACE IN MAKAWAO TOWN.

AND SINCE SATURDAY SEEMS TO BE THIS YEAR'S LUCKY DAY, THE MAUI BAND FESTIVAL CONCLUDES WITH THE 7/7/07 GALA CONCERT AT THE GRAND WAILEA RESORT AND SPA . IT WILL FEATURE THE DEBUT OF "HALEAKALA" AN ORIGINAL COMPOSITION BY NEW YORK COMPOSER CARL STROMMER, PERFORMED BY THE MAUI COMMUNITY BAND. ADDING TO THE FESTIVITIES WILL BE SPECIAL GUESTS NASSAU SUFFOLK PERFORMING ARTS VOCAL JAZZ ENSEMBLE FROM THE LOS ANGELES MUSIC ACADEMY. THIS ALL STARTS AT - WOULDN’T YOU KNOW - 7PM.

MAUI ON STAGE'S PRODUCTION OF "THE FULL MONTY" IS GOING STRONG AFTER OPENING WEEK AT THE HISTORIC IAO THEATER . THE TALENTED LOCAL CAST WILL SHOW YOU A THING OR TWO FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT 7:30PM AND SUNDAYS AT 5PM. TICKETS RANGE FROM 18-20 DOLLARS. DON'T WAIT TOO LONG FOR THEIR LAST PERFORMANCE WILL BE JULY 29TH. FOR MORE INFO FOLLOW THE LINK TO THEM THROUGH OUR WEBSITE AT MAUITVNEWS-DOT-COM.

LOOKING AHEAD TO NEXT WEEK, THE MAUI ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER HAS IT ALL. STARTING NEXT FRIDAY, COMEDIAN, AUTHOR AND WRITER JIM GAFFIGAN BRINGS HIS NATION WIDE "BEYOND THE PALE" COMEDY CENTRAL TOUR TO THE CASTLE THEATRE AT 8PM. GAFFIGAN HAS ESTABLISHED HIMSELF THROUGH COMEDY CENTRAL, THE LATE NIGHT TALK SHOW CIRCUIT WITH DAVID LETTERMAN AND CONAN O'BRIAN AND PRIME TIME TV SUCH AS SEX IN THE CITY AND THAT 70'S SHOW. DON'T MISS THIS HILARIOUS PERFORMANCE. TICKETS ARE $35.00.

SATURDAY BRINGS A TOTALLY DIFFERENT TYPE OF ENTERTAINMENT AT THE MACC'S MCCOY STUDIO THEATRE. CLASSICAL MUSIC OF INDIA "THE YOGA SOUND " WITH ROSHAN BHARTIYASITAR AND TY BURHOE IS AN INTIMATE CONCERT FEATURING ROSHAN ON SITAR AND TY ON TABLA. ARISING FROM THE ANCIENT YOGA TRADITIONS, THIS IS DEFINITELY A UNIQUE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE YOU WONT WANT TO MISS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, FOLLOW THE LINK TO THEM THROUGH OUR WEBSITE.

FOR MORE DETAILS ON THESE SHOWS AND MORE, VISIT MAUITVNEWS-DOT-COM AND FOLLOW THE LINK TO "COMING ATTRACTIONS." IF YOU KNOW OF ANY UPCOMING EVENTS THAT PEOPLE WOULD BE INTERESTED IN, PLEASE CONTACT US, WE'D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU. SEND THE INFORMATION - AT LEAST TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE - TO COMING ATTRACTIONS AT MAUITVNEWS DOT COM. I HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE. I'M JULIE Y AND THAT'S IT FOR THIS WEEK'S REPORT. STAY TUNED FOR MORE MAUI TV NEWS, RIGHT AFTER THIS.


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L. J: AND FINALLY THIS WEEK, AS PROMISED EARLIER IN THE BROADCAST, WHILE MAUI LAND AND PINEAPPLE CLOSES ONE DOOR ON THE PAST, ANOTHER DOOR OPENS TO A FRESH FUTURE. HERE'S A GLIMPSE AT WHAT IT TAKES TO GET A PINEAPPLE FROM THE FIELD TO THE AIRPORT IN LESS THAN 12 HOURS.

C: BUT BEFORE WE GO, A QUICK REMINDER TO VISIT US AT OUR WEBSITE AT MAUITVNEWS-COM AND LET US KNOW WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND. UNTIL NEXT WEEK, ALOHA.

J: ALOHA.

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