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Edwards Hunt charged with voter fraud

Hawai`i First Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, Dale Ross, announced today Tiffany Edwards Hunt was formally charged by indictment for the offense of Voter Fraud in violation of Section 19-3.5, Hawai‘i Revised Statutes, as amended.

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Hunt vying for Council District 5 seat

MEDIA RELEASE Hawaii Island writer Tiffany Edwards Hunt has filed nomination papers for the Hawaii County Council District 5 seat, representing Puna. Hunt, who is the editor of the 6,000 circulation monthly newspaper Big Island Chronicle, said she sees transportation, growth and development, waste management, and public health and safety as key issues that Puna […]

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WHT eliminates editor position; Flickinger out

(Editor’s Note: Tiffany Edwards Hunt, publisher of Big Island Chronicle, was a reporter for West Hawaii Today, under Reed Flickinger’s editorship for five years. Also, Hawaii 24/7 publisher Baron Sekiya and Hawaii 24/7 editor Karin Stanton worked under Flickinger for more than a decade each.) Tiffany Edwards Hunt | Big Island Chronicle Stephens Media has […]

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Big Island Press Club recognizes outstanding members

The Big Island Press Club has recognized Member of the Year Tiffany Edwards Hunt, publisher of the Big Island Chronicle blog and UH Hilo journalism advisor, for her role in organizing a media symposium at the University of Hawaii at Hilo in October. The club also recognized Rod Thompson, treasurer and retired Star-Bulletin reporter, for […]

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UH Hilo Media Symposium (Oct. 1)

UH Hilo Media Symposium (Oct. 1)

MEDIA RELEASE Mark your calendars for 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 1 for the University of Hawaii Hilo Media Symposium. Meant as a training for Ke Kalahea staff, the symposium has expanded to the greater campus community and beyond. High school and college students and professionals in the island community will make their way to […]

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