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Judge Rejects Challenge to Halloween Event; UH Maui College Addresses Tuition Hike
A county-organized Halloween celebration will be held in Lahaina. Second Circuit Judge Rhonda Loo yesterday threw out a lawsuit that said the event violates Native Hawaiian civil rights. Ron Youngblood has that story and more from The Maui News.
Organizers of Lahaina’s annual Keiki Costume Parade expect some 300 participants this year, despite negative publicity surrounding adult Halloween activities. The keiki event has been held for 32 years.
The vice chancellor for student affairs at University of Hawaii Maui College says higher tuition fees will help fund scholarships. Alvin Tagomori said the school is very sensitive to the fact that any increase in fees could be a hardship for students.