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Bronsten “Kalei” Kossow

Bronsten Kossow to run for Kanuha’s vacant council seat in Kona

Lifelong Kona resident Bronsten “Kalei” Kossow announces he will run for Kanuha’s vacant seat in the County Council. County Council District 7 is comprised of Kealakekua, Kona Scenic, Kainaliu, Honalo, Keauhou, Kahalu‘u, Hōlualoa, Kona Hillcrest, Pualani Estates, Sunset View, Kuakini Heights, Kona Vistas, Ali‘i Heights, and Kona Industrial.

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Every Tuesday at 7 p.m. HST Master Gardener Jon Biloon discusses agriculture and politics on www.Bigislandlive.com. Jon will take questions from the home audience during the broadcast. For the past few decades Mr. Biloon has taught guerilla gardening techniques and consulted farmers on a wide variety of issues.

Big Island Live agriculture talk show with Jon Biloon every week

Every Tuesday at 7 p.m. HST Master Gardener Jon Biloon discusses agriculture and politics on www.Bigislandlive.com. Jon will take questions from the home audience during the broadcast. For the past few decades Mr. Biloon has taught guerilla gardening techniques and consulted farmers on a wide variety of issues.

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Congressman makes stops in Kona and Waiakea to personally announce his 2010 gubernatorial campaign

Abercrombie: Nomination will be won on neighbor islands

Congressman makes stops in Kona and Waiakea to personally announce his 2010 gubernatorial campaign

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Governor’s West Hawai‘i Community Advisory Council meets today

HONOLULU – The Governor’s West Hawai‘i Community Advisory Council will meet on Wednesday, December 10, 2008, at the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawai‘i Authority (NELHA) Gateway Center, at 73-4460 Queen Ka‘ahumanu Highway #101, in Kailua-Kona. The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend. The Governor’s West Hawai‘i Community Advisory Council will […]

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Mayor Kenoi takes over county reins

HILO — Mayor Billy Kenoi used his inaugural speech to promise a hiring freeze for county government, an efficient and reliable bus transit system and a new system to track requests and applications.

A crowd of hundreds gathered Monday in Afook-Chinen Civic Stadium to watch as Kenoi, the nine-member county council and prosecuting attorney were sworn in.

Mayor Kenoi takes over county reins

Mayor Kenoi takes over county reins HILO — Mayor Billy Kenoi used his inaugural speech to promise a hiring freeze for county government, an efficient and reliable bus transit system and a new system to track requests and applications. A crowd of hundreds gathered Monday in Afook-Chinen Civic Stadium to watch as Kenoi, the nine-member […]

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Straight from the Source: Brenda Ford, Councilwoman

(Eds. Note: Hawaii247.com is kicking off its semi-regular feature ‘Straight from the Source’ with this column by Kona Councilwoman Brenda Ford. The idea is to give a list of questions to leaders and notable figures in the community, then let them talk directly to readers. Who do you want to hear from? What questions are […]

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Kenoi stacks up county administration

Karin Stanton / Hawaii247.com Contributing Editor Big Island Mayor-elect Billy Kenoi has announced a few key appointments officially, while others have been trumpeted in a variety of public forums over the weekend. Wally Lau, who has been the director of Neighborhood Place of Kona for 10 years, will take over as deputy managing director, Kenoi […]

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