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Letter for Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Time for a serious cleanup Fewer visitors have arrived on Kaua‘i last year, but when walking along the uncrowded beaches on the Eastside, it’s crystal…

Letters for Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Pence act now I figure many of you know the terms DINO and RINO, Democrat and Republican in name only. There’s a new and very…

VOICES: Defuse the nuclear arms race

January 13 will be three years since a day we remember very well. “Missile incoming. This is not a threat.” For the next 38 minutes,…

VOICES: Base policy on science, mayor

To Mayor Kawakami and the County Council: Please reconsider the plan to reopen the island to tourists with anything less than the Centers of Disease…

Letters for Sunday, January 10, 2021

Heartbroken, but not surprised My last letter to the editor, dated Dec. 22, stated my fear that the outgoing president would try to overthrow our…

Letter for Thursday, January 7, 2021

Hold Trump accountable If the 25th amendment isn’t exercised today to remove Trump immediately from office, it has no meaning. Today, Trump again disgraced the…

HOOSER: Hawaii frontline workers deserve a raise

Pandemic or no pandemic, minimum-wage workers in numerous states, cities and counties across the United States will be receiving a raise this year. According to…

Letters for Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Reducing traffic creates a better experience The argument against the visitor fee for parking made sense with respect to policing it, the cost of hiring…

Letter for Tuesday, January 5, 2021

So who is the real Manchurian Candidate? I assume Richard Morse of Kilauea is equally angry about Trump’s close relationship with Putin/Russia? At least that…