(Media release) — The Kea`au Cougars will host the 6th Annual Kipimana Cup challenging the Kamehameha Warriors Thursday, this time with a new head coach who happens to be a former coach for Kamehameha. “We are excited to host the Kipimana Cup at our campus this year,” said Iris McGuire, Kea`au High School’s athletic director. […]
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About Tiffany Edwards Hunt
Tiffany Edwards Hunt has been a news reporter since high school in the early 1990s. She has worked for the Laramie Daily Boomerang, the Casper Star Tribune, and the West Hawaii Today and contributed to publications such as Hawaii Island Journal, Big Island Weekly, and Hawaii Business Magazine. Along with her newspaper work, Edwards Hunt produced "Politics Aside" on the now off-air KHBC radio. She received her bachelor's degree in communications/mass media from the University of Wyoming in 1998.
She serves as the editorial advisor for Ke Kalahea, the University of Hawaii-Hilo student newspaper.
She is past president of the Big Island Press Club, the Puna Community Medical Center. Currently, and the Mainstreet Pahoa Association board.
Contact Edwards Hunt at (808) 938-8592 or via email at email@example.com.
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(Media release) —Hawaii Island police are renewing their request for information about a Canadian woman who was reported missing in 2001. Jessica Urbina from Montreal, Quebec, came to Hawaii on vacation in November 2000, when she was 21 years old. She was reported missing to the Honolulu Police Department in 2001. She was described as […]
In my inbox tonight I have a press release from a UH Hilo student with her own side story. The press release is a smear on incumbent Daniel Paleka, running against Jen Ruggles for the seat I sought in 2014. This was the seat that Zendo Kern held from 2012-2014. Once a supporter of Kern, […]
This morning, the Hawaii State Supreme Court issued its decision reversing the Hawaii State Ethics Commission’s finding that Eric Boyd, from Connections Charter School in Hilo, violated the State Code of Ethics for purchases made in 2007. In 2010, the State Ethics Commission charged Eric Boyd with 26 counts of violating the State Ethics Code. […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The active lava flow from Pu?u ???? is making its way over the Pulama Pali along the western boundary of the former Royal Gardens Subdivision. The lava flow does not pose a threat to any community. To maintain public safety and to preserve the emergency road or Highway 130, the County of […]
ALOHA! RUNNERS AND WALKERS NEEDED A Salute to Our Veterans Hilo Bay 5K 6th annual race at 7:00 am kicks off the 4th of July festivities in Hilo at beautiful Lili?uokalani Park and Gardens. supports the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3830 in Pahoa All Veterans, and especially those named by participants, will be honored. […]
(Media release) — This election season Malama O Puna will once again host a series of candidate forums to assist the public in making informed choices. All the candidates for a given race will be invited. All questions will be worded in a neutral, non-leading form. Candidates will rotate first through last in the answering […]
An original production based on the beloved fairy tale at the Kahilu Theatre on Monday, May 30, 2016. Performance time is at 4:00pm. “Snow White” is well known today thanks to the vision of Walt Disney ’s full length animated feature film which debuted in 1937. However, the story of Little Snow White was originally […]
Rep. Joy SanBuenaventura and Sen. Russell Ruderman will be honoring the students and teachers who built the Challenger space shuttle replica at Kea’au High School in honor of Ellison Onizuka and the shuttle’s 30th anniversary. Join them in Pahoa on Monday, Feb. 29, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
(Media release) — Hawaii County Managing Director Wally Lau today resigned his position and announced he is running for mayor of Hawaii County. Lau has helped manage the daily operations of the Hawaii County administration for the past seven years, as deputy managing director and managing director. His next step forward in a career of […]
(Media release) — It is with heavy heart and great sadness that the Hawai‘i State Senate reports the passing of Senator Gilbert Kahele, Senator of the First Senatorial District. Surrounded by his loving family, Sen. Gil Kahele passed peacefully at 7:55 a.m. surrounded by family at Queens Medical Center. Senate President Ronald D. Kouchi issued […]