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Anchor Script for Maui TV News for the week Beginning July 12, 2007



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A. J: ENERGY ON MAUI. WITH THE FOCUS ON THE BIG PICTURE OF A "GREENER" FUTURE, NOT EVERYONE AGREES ON HOW TO GET THERE.

C: LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AIONA SAYS A NEW MAUI JAIL IS A MAJOR PRIORITY FOR THE LINGLE ADMINISTRATION - WITH AN EMPHASIS ON REHABILITATION.

J: BRINGING SUGAR HOME. NEW HAWAII QUARANTINE RULES WILL ALLOW PET OWNERS TO BRING THEIR BELOVED ANIMALS DIRECTLY HOME TO MAUI.

C: IN SPORTS, LOCAL TEAMS FACE OFF WITH DREAMS OF REPRESENTING MAUI IN THE THE LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES - WHILE THE ACTION WAS FAST AND FURIOUS AT THE MAKAWAO RODEO.

J: AND JULIE Y JOINS US TO MAKE UP STUFF THAT WE MIGHT WANT TO WASTE MONEY ON. 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. BIOFUEL. IT SOUNDS LIKE A GREAT IDEA. A GREEN FUTURE WITH LESS DEPENDENCE ON IMPORTED OIL.

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C: BUT WHEN YOU FILL A ROOM WITH CORPORATE ENERGY EXECUTIVES, CONSERVATIONISTS AND ACTIVISTS - YOU GET ENOUGH ELECTRICITY TO LIGHT A SMALL VILLAGE. MAUI TV NEWS REPORTER JEFF KING BRINGS US THE STORY OF "THE BATTLE OVER BIOFUELS."

(Take Biofuels pkg)

(Oncam tag) FOR LINKS TO SEVERAL WEBSITES WITH INFORMATION AND PERSPECTIVES ON THIS HOT ISSUE, VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT MAUITVNEWS.COM


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C. J: HAWAII'S LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR WAS ON MAUI OVER THE WEEKEND TO TAKE A WALK IN THE SUNSHINE, BEFORE GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS.

(vo) "DUKE"AIONA LED A CONTINGENT OF MEMBERS OF THE MAUI REPUBLICAN PARTY UP BALDWIN AND DOWN MAKAWAO AVENUES IN SATURDAY'S PANIOLO PARADE. AFTERWARDS, MAUI TV NEWS ASKED THE STATE'S SECOND HIGHEST OFFICER ABOUT THE PROPOSED NEW JAIL FOR MAUI.

James R. "Duke" Aiona, Lieutenant Governor

(Sot-1) DUKE-1: "We're ready to go. That's the bottom line. We're ready to go with Pu'unene with what I call a transitional programatic, community-based facility."

(con't vo) THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR CREDITS STATE REPRESENTATIVE BOB NAKASONE FOR KEEP THE LINGLE ADMINISTRATION FOCUSED ON THE NEW FACILITY, WHOSE INITIAL 50-MILLION DOLLAR PHASE COULD BE COMPLETED WITHIN THREE YEARS, WOULD BE HALF-AGAIN-BIGGER THAN MAUI COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL CENTER.

(SOT-2) Duke-2"               The initial phase, which is what the $50 M is going to, would have a capacity of over 400 beds - which is a lot more than we would have in a jail - a detention center - which is what we have on O'ahu with the feds."

(CON'T VO) THE FACILITY - WHICH WOULD EVENTUALLY BE ABLE TO HOUSE UP TO 800 MEN AND WOMEN - IS PROPOSED ON A SITE BETWEEN BUILT NEAR THE NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY AND DRAG STRIP MAUKA OF MOKULELE HIGHWAY. IS A CORRECTIONAL FACILITY - SO VISIBLE FROM THE HIGHWAY - AND FROM THE AIR - PLANNED IN THE BEST SPOT?

(SOT3) Duke-3: "Well the look will be different. The look will be much more like a dormitory type of project.  So the feel will be different. And with that, more programs. We try to emphasize that because we’re going to try to get as many programs as we can because the objective is that we try to get these offenders to transition back into the community so they can be productive. They'll have a job. They'll be tax-paying law-abiding citizens. And that's the objective."

(On-cam) THE EXISTING M-TRIPLE-C FACILITY IS RIGHT AT CAPACITY NOW WITH AN INMATE POPULATION OF AROUND 300 MEN AND WOMEN. WHILE NOT A DONE DEAL, THE NEW FACILITY WILL LIKE BEGIN CONSTRUCTION EARLY NEXT YEAR AND BE READY BY 2010.

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D C: INCARCERATION OF A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT KIND IS UNDERGOING A BIG CHANGE...AND IT'S BIG NEWS FOR MAUI PETS AND THEIR OWNERS.

(vo-sot-1) DrKim-1: "It is, because it's going to make it a lot easier for people to bring animals to and from Hawaii. Right now they do have to go through Honolulu if they're bringing an animal to Hawaii, or returning from the Mainland. But now they're going to be able to come right in to Kahului and we'll be able to do a direct release right at Kahului Airport. So it really saves them a lot of time."

(SOT-2) KH-1: "It's much easier on the pet. Much shorter flights. Don't have to be bothered with changing planes, being inspected more than once. Much easier on the pet. Much easier on the client."

THE REQUIREMENTS HAVEN'T CHANGED. THERE STILL IS A 120-DAY RABIES QUARANTINE PERIOD, BUT - WITH A LITTLE HELP, YOU AND YOUR PET NEED NOT BE SEPARATED ANY LONGER THAN THE FLIGHT ACROSS THE PACIFIC.

(Sot-3) DrKim-2: "They still need to go through the process....approval...letter...bring it with them when they arrive with the animal."

FOR ANYONE WHO SHOWS UP ON MAUI WITH THEIR PET NOT KNOWING THE RULES - OR HAVING FOLLOWED ALL OF THEM?

(SOT-4) DrKim-3:"We'd have to send them on to Honolulu or back to the mainland. There's no getting around that."

DIRECT RELEASE FOR PETS ARRIVING ON MAUI IS AVAILABLE THROUGH THE HUMANE SOCIETY AND THROUGH SOUTH SHORE VETERINARY CLINIC IN KIHEI. EVEN THOUGH IT'S EXTRA WORK FOR THESE BUSY VETS, THEY SAY IT'S WORTH IT...EVEN EXCITING.

(SOT-5) DrKim-5 "It's exciting because we realize how important animals are to people. How difficult it is to have a long separation from your animal. And flights can be really long - the time it takes through Honolulu...but it's worth it because it can improve on the human animal bond we have with our pets."

(ON-CAM TAG) THE PROCESS IS COMPLICATED. THE BEST ADVICE: CONSULT YOUR VETERINARIAN AND PLAN AHEAD - AND FOLLOW THE LINKS FROM OUR WEB SITE AT MAUITVNEWS.COM.

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E. J: COMING UP NEXT ON MAUI TV NEWS...WE'VE ALL SEEN "THE MAUI BUS" ACROSS THE ISLAND...BUT IT MIGHT SURPRISE YOU HOW MANY OF US ARE RIDING THE BUS.

C: AND WHILE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AIONA WAS ON MAUI, HE ALSO TOOK TIME TO PROMOTE HIS CAMPAIGN TO BATTLE UNDERAGE DRINKING. HE OUTLINES HIS PLANS FOR MAUI TV NEWS.

J: AND FOR FIFTY-TWO YEARS, THE PANIOLO PARADE HAS SASHAYED THROUGH THE STREETS OF MAKAWAO TOWN. WE'LL SHOW YOU SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS WHEN WE COME BACK. STAY WITH US.


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F. C: AS MAUI' COUNTY'S ROADS BECOME MORE AND MORE CROWDED - AS THE POSSIBILITY OF EVEN MORE TRAFFIC PROBLEMS LOOMING WITH THE PLANNED ARRIVAL OF THE HAWAII SUPERFERRY NEXT MONTH, IT WOULD SEEM THAT "MASS TRANSIT" WOULD BE A PRETTY GOOD IDEA RIGHT ABOUT NOW. WELL...AS MAUI TV NEWS REPORTER JEFF KING FOUND OUT....IT IS!.

(Take Bus Pkg)

(on-cam tag) FOR A DOWNLOADABLE SCHEDULE OF BUS ROUTES, TIMES AND FARES, FOLLOW THE LINK FROM OUR WEBSITE AT MAUITVNEWS.COM


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G. J: WHILE WE HAD THE CHANCE TO SPEND A FEW MINUTES WITH LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AIONA AFTER THE PANIOLO PARADE IN MAKAWAO LAST WEEKEND, WE ASKED ABOUT HIS STEPPED-UP CAMPAIGN TO CURB UNDERAGE DRINKING IN HAWAII.

(SOT-1) Lt. Governor James R. “Duke” Aiona, Jr.

DA-1: "It's a partnership. It's called HPUD Hawaii Partnership for Underage Drinking and it's a collaboration of everyone in the state, predominantly the Liquor Commission of each county and the police departments of each county that deal with underage drinking."

(on cam) THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR SAID - FIRST OFF, ENFORCEMENT IS GOING TO BE STEPPED SIGNIFICANTLY. JUST LAST MONTH, UNDERAGE DECOYS WERE ABLE TO BUY ALCOHOL AT THREE OUT OF 21 STORES TARGETED IN EAST MAUI. CAN STORE OPERATORS EXPECT MORE STING OPERATIONS?

DA-3: "Absolutely. It's going on right now. It's going on right now."

(on-cam) THE OFFICIAL PARTNERSHIP HAS TARGETED 500 STORES STATEWIDE TO BE TESTED BEFORE THE YEAR IS OUT. AND PARKS AND OTHER AREAS WHERE UNDERAGE DRINKING HAS BEEN KNOWN TO TAKE PLACE WILL BE WATCHED CLOSELY. BUT POLICE AREN'T JUST TARGETING STORES AND YOUNG PEOPLE. THEY'RE ALSO GETTING THE WORD OUT TO PARENTS.

DA2: "What our adults don't understand is that accessibility is the biggest culprit of underage drinking. For our young people it's so easily accessible and that's why it's the number one drug of choice."

(On cam tag) THOSE THREE LIQUOR SALES TO MINORS WILL BE REPORTED BY POLICE TO THE MAUI COUNTY PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE. A CONVICTION FOR THE CHARGE OF SELLING ALCOHOL TO A MINOR IS A MISDEMEANOR THAT CAN RESULT IN UP TO A YEAR IN JAIL. IN ADDITION, THE LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION CAN ALSO REVOKE AN ESTABLISHMENT'S LIQUOR LICENSE.

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H. C: CROWDS NUMBERING IN THE THOUSANDS LINED BALDWIN AND MAKAWAO AVENUES FOR THE FIFTY-SECOND PANIOLO PARADE LAST SATURDAY AND CHEERED FOR ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING THAT CAME BY.

(vo) BESIDES THE BEAUTIFUL HORSES AND THEIR PROUD RIDERS, A FLEET OF MAIL TRUCKS DREW CHEERS...EVEN THOUGH THEY WERE ACTUALLY JUST ON THEIR WAY TO DELIVER MAIL. SHINY TRUCKS AND CARS ROLLED PAST. THEN THERE WAS THE BIGGER-THAN-LIFE-SIZE NENE CREATED AND "RIDDEN" - SORT OF, BY HALEAKALA PARK RANGER MIKE NG. HIS CREATIVITY WON HIM THE AWARD OF "BEST REPRESENTATION OF THEME."

(on-cam) A LITTLE LATER IN THIS NEWSCAST, WE'LL SHOW YOU EVEN MORE OF THE HIGHLIGHTS ON THE PANIOLO PARADE FROM MAKAWAO TOWN.

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

I. J: COMING UP NEXT ON MAUI TV NEWS...THE SCORES GOT BIG. THE CROWDS WERE BIG...SO WHY DO THEY CALL IT LITTLE LEAGUE? KALAPANA IS UP NEXT WITH SOME OF THE ACTION OF THE DISTRICT THREE MAUI LITTLE LEAGUE ACTION, PLUS HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE MAKAWAO RODEO.

C: AND JULIE Y JOINS US AFTER THAT WITH THE DETAILS ON COMEDY, A SOUNDTRACK FOR TOTAL RELAXATION, MORE COMEDY, DANCE AND EVEN MORE COMEDY! THAT AND MORE WHEN WE COME BACK. STAY WITH US.

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J. K: (on-cam) THE ROAD TO WILLIAMSPORT RUNS RIGHT THROUGH KIHEI. ALOHA EVERYONE AND WELCOME TO SPORTS ON MAUI TV NEWS. I'M KALAPANA.

DISTRICT THREE LITTLE LEAGUE ACTION IN KIHEI AND WAILUKU LAST WEEKEND BROUGHT OUT THE BEST IN YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN IN THE "MAJORS" DIVISIONS. THE GOAL? REPRESENT MAUI AT STATE, THEN THE ULTIMATE GOAL: REPRESENT HAWAII AT THE LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES IN WILLIAMSPORT, P-A THE LAST WEEK IN AUGUST.

(vo) FRIDAY AFTERNOON SAW ACTION AT DORVAN LEIS FIELD IN KIHEI BETWEEN LANAI AND UPCOUNTRY. WHILE LANAI'S GERARD KAUKEANO ON THE MOUND SHOWED GREAT FORM...THIS PITCH GOT AWAY FROM HIM, ALLOWING UPCOUNTRY'S R.J. MASADA TO EASILY STEAL THIRD. LATER IN THE SAME INNING - WITH THE BASES LOADED, CAL ALEXANDER POWERS ONE DOWN THE THIRD BASE LINE TO SCORE CODY KERBOX. IN THE VERY NEXT AT BAT, NAINOA HAOLE'S SACRIFICE BROUGHT ALEXANDER HOME. THUS WENT THE AFTERNOON FOR THESE TWO TEAMS AS UPCOUNTRY CRUISED TO AN INSURMOUNTABLE 24-SIX VICTORY OVER LANAI. THESE FACES AFTER THE GAME SHOW THAT IT'S ALL ABOUT THE FUN!

FRIDAY AFTERNOON’S SECOND MATCHUP IN KIHEI SHOWED IT'S ALL ABOUT SPORTSMANSHIP, TOO AS MOLOKAI HOSTED WEST MAUI. B.J. BALA FOR WEST MAUI CONNECTS ON A HOT ONE THROUGH THE HOLE TO ADVANCE TROY OTTO TO SECOND. BUT MOLOKAIS SIZE AND STRENGTH WERE TOO MUCH ON THIS DAY AS THEY WENT ON TO WIN IT SEVEN TO THREE.

FAST FORWARD TO SATURDAY MORNING IN KIHEI WHEN MOLOKAI TAKES THE FIELD AGAIN - THIS TIME AGAINST HOST TEAM KIHEI. WITH EHUKAI RAWLINS ON THE MOUND, KIHEI BATTERS HAD A TOUGH DAY AHEAD. AND WHEN THEY DID CONNECT, STRONG DEFENSE WAS THERE. MOLOKAI'S PITCHING WAS TOUGH - FOR SURE - BUT THAT DIDN'T DAMPEN THE SPIRITS OF THE KIHEI CROWD. MOLOKAI HAD EVEN MORE TO CHEER ABOUT WHEN DAVID RAPANOT RAPPED A SOLO HOME RUN IN THE THIRD INNING. MOLOKAI WENT ON TO WIN THIS ONE FOUR TO TWO.

(on-cam) IT WASN'T ALL BAD NEW FOR SOUTH MAUI BASEBALL FANS. KIHEI'S SENIOR TEAM WON THE TOURNAMENT TITLE BY DEFEATING CENTRAL EAST MAUI AT MAEHARA STADIUM LAST SATURDAY - AND NOW ADVANCES TO THE STATE TOURNAMENT ON OAHU.

MEANWHILE, UP THE HILL LAST WEEKEND, IT WAS ACTION OF A DIFFERENT KIND AS THE FIFTY-SECOND MAKAWAO RODEO KICKED UP THE DIRT AT OSKIE RICE ARENA.

(vo) IN A SPORT THAT HAS EVENTS WITH NAMES LIKE "STEER UNDECORATING" AND "DOUBLE-MUGGING," I THINK THIS ONE IS CALLED "HITCH THE STEER TO THE Y-SHAPED THINGY." NEVERTHELESS IT HAPPENS PRETTY QUICKLY...AND - AS YOU CAN SEE - SOMETIMES DOESN'T HAPPEN AT ALL!

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AND, FINALLY, CONGRATULATIONS TO HAWAIIAN CANOE CLUB ON YET ANOTHER CONVINCING VICTORY IN SATURDAY'S NALEIEHA REGATTA AT HANAKAO'O BEACH PARK. THEIR UNDEFEATED STRING OF REGATTA VICTORIES CONTINUES - TAKING THIS RACE WITH 139 POINTS.

(FF-CG-Regatta Results) KAHANA BOUNCED BACK FROM A POOR PERFORMANCE TWO WEEKS AGO TO A COMMANDING SECOND-PLACE FINISH WITH 90 POINTS AND KIHEI CAME IN THIRD WITH 71 POINTS. FOR THE SEASON, HAWAIIAN'S 684 POINTS MAKE THEM ESSENTIALLY A LOCK FOR THEIR 23RD STRAIGHT M-C-H-C-A TITLE. KAHANA LOOKS PRETTY CLOSE TO LOCKED IN AT SECOND WITH 435 POINTS...BUT KIHEI IS DEFINITELY STILL IN THE HUNT FOR THE NUMBER TWO SPOT.

(on cam)  THAT'S A LOOK AT SPORTS FOR THIS WEEK ON MAUI TV NEWS. REMEMBER, IF YOUR TEAM HAS A SPORTING EVENT OR SEASON COMING UP, BE SURE TO DROP US A LINE AT SPORTS-AT-MAUITVNEWS.COM. LET US KNOW ABOUT YOUR GAME AT LEAST TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE AND WE'LL DO OUR VERY BEST TO GET A FILM CREW OUT TO COVER YOUR EVENT.   I'M KALAPANA. I'LL SEE YOU NEXT WEEK. NOW HERE'S JULIE Y WITH COMING ATTRACTIONS.

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K. JY: ALOHA EVERYONE AND WELCOME TO "COMING ATTRACTIONS" ON MAUI TV NEWS. I'M JULIE Y  WITH   A VARIETY OF ENTERTAINMENT OPTIONS FOR THE WEEK.       
 
THE MAUI ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER  FEATURES TWO AMAZINGLY DIFFERENT EVENTS THIS WEEKEND.  ON FRIDAY JULY 13TH ,  MULTI TALENTED COMEDIAN,  ACTOR AND WRITER  JIM GAFFIGAN BRINGS HIS NATION WIDE "BEYOND THE PALE"   STAND UP SHOW TO THE CASTLE THEATRE AT 8PM.  GAFFIGAN HAS ESTABLISHED HIMSELF NOT ONLY ON COMEDY CENTRAL, BUT HE  COLLABORATES  WITH  LATE NIGHT TALK SHOW HOST CONAN O'BRIAN IN "PALE FORCE", AN ANIMATED ONLINE SERIES WHERE BOTH PLAY PALE-SKINNED SUPERHEROES.  HE WILL ALSO STAR IN tbs'S FIRST ORIGINAL SCRIPTED COMEDY SERIES, "MY BOYS." DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE TO LAUGH  TILL YOU DROP.  TICKETS ARE $35.00. 
 
ON SATURDAY , JULY 14TH,  SOOTHE YOUR SOUL  AT THE MACC'S MCCOY STUDIO THEATRE WITH THE CLASSICAL MUSIC OF INDIA -  "THE YOGA  OF  SOUND " WITH ROSHAN BHARTIYASITAR  ON SITAR  AND TY BURHOE  PLAYING TABLA .  THIS SPIRITUAL DUO PLAYS MUSIC  ARISING  FROM THE ANCIENT YOGA TRADITIONS,  INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC IS ONE OF THE MOST SOPHISTICATED SYSTEMS EVER DEVELOPED, SO DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS UNIQUE EXPERIENCE.  
 
GETTING A JUMP ON NEXT WEEKS MACC EVENTS, MORE LAUGHS  COMING UP ON SUNDAY JULY 22 WHEN THE KIMS OF COMEDY, A FOURSOME OF ASIAN MEN  BRING DOWN THE HOUSE WITH THEIR BANG UP LINE UP OF CONTEMPORARY COMEDY AT THE CASTLE THEATER.  STARTING AT 7:30PM.  MAKE A MENTAL NOTE, THEIR MATERIAL CONTAINS MATURE SUBJECT MATTER IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN.    FOR MORE INFO, FOLLOW THE LINK TO THEIR WEBSITE FROM OUR WEBSITE AT MAUITVNEWS.COM
 
THE MAUI ACADEMY OF PERFORMING ARTS SUMMER ACTING PROGRAM WILL DO THEIR VERSION OF "CINDERELLA" STARTING THURSDAY JULY 12TH THROUGH SUNDAY JULY 15TH FEATURING THE ACADEMY’S YOUNGER STUDENTS.  SHOW TIMES ARE 7PM WITH AN ADDITIONAL 2PM MATINEE ON SUNDAY AT THE STEPPING STONE PLAYHOUSE IN QUEEN KA'AUMANU CENTER.   TICKETS ARE $8 FOR STUDENTS 17 AND UNDER, $10 FOR SENIORS 65 AND OLDER, AND $12 FOR ADULTS.
 
MAPA IS KEEPING VERY BUSY THIS SUMMER, NEXT WEEK SATURDAY AND SUNDAY JULY 20TH AND 21ST, AT THE MACC'S CASTLE THEATRE WILL BE THEIR ANNUAL SUMMER DANCE PERFORMANCE.  "PIECES OF XXV... A DANCE CONCERT WILL FEATURE MAUI'S FINE DANCERS AND CHOREOGRAPHERS.  FOR DETAILS, FOLLOW THE LINK THROUGH OUR WEBSITE.
 
AND WE CAN'T SAY ENOUGH ABOUT  MAUI ON STAGE'S PRODUCTION OF "THE FULL MONTY"  AT THE HISTORIC   IAO  THEATER .   COME  SUPPORT OUR FINE ACTORS, SINGERS AND DANCERS OF MAUI--   FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT 7:30PM AND SUNDAYS AT 5PM. TICKETS RANGE FROM 18-20 DOLLARS.   THIS REVEALING SHOW ENDS ON JULY 29TH.    
 
 FOR MORE DETAILS ON   THESE SHOWS AND MORE, VISIT MAUITVNEWS.COM AND FOLLOW THE LINK TO "COMING ATTRACTIONS."  AND REMEMBER, IF YOU HAVE AN EVENT THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE, PLEASE  SEND THE INFORMATION - AT LEAST TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE - TO COMING ATTRACTIONS AT MAUITVNEWS-DOT-COM.  I HOPE TO HEAR FROM YOU.  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. C: AND FINALLY THIS WEEK, AS PROMISED EARLIER IN THE BROADCAST,  WE'LL SHOW YOU JUST A FEW OF THE HIGHLIGHTS FROM LAST WEEKEND'S FIFTY-SECOND ANNUAL PANIOLO PARADE THROUGH MAKAWAO TOWN.

J: BUT BEFORE WE GO, WE'D LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT MAUITVNEWS-COM. THERE YOU'LL FIND EXPANDED COVERAGE OF SOME OF THE STORIES THAT A SINGLE NEWSCAST JUST DOESN'T HAVE TIME FOR, AS WELL AS LINKS TO THE SOURCES AND THE NEWSMAKERS BEHIND THE FACTS WE REPORT. YOU'LL ALSO FIND WAYS THAT YOU CAN BECOME MORE INVOLVED WITH OUR SHOW. FOR JUST ONE EXAMPLE, WE'RE LOOKING FOR ORIGINAL, LOCAL SOUNDTRACK MUSIC FOR MAUI TV NEWS. YOU'LL FIND ALL THE SUBMISSION DETAILS AT MAUITVNEW-DOT-COM.

C: WE'LL SEE YOU AGAIN NEXT WEEK, . UNTIL NEXT WEEK, ALOHA.

J: ALOHA.

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