The 2016 Big Island Press Club Scholarship Dinner with guest speaker longtime journalist Keoki Kerr. Dinner at the Seaside Restaurant in Keaukaha, Hawaii.
The Big Island Press Club honored the team from the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory for keeping both the media and public informed of the Kilauea June 27th Lava Flow which threatened Puna.
Friends and Family came together to honor and remember veteran journalist and Big Island Press Club founder Hugh Clark today at the Dodo Mortuary Chapel in Hilo. There will be a sunrise 6 a.m. ash scattering Saturday, June 20, 2015 at Moku Ola (Coconut Island) into Hilo Bay for anyone who would like to attend. […]
The Big Island Press Club invites the public to a luncheon talk on Thursday, June 18, from noon until 1:30 p.m. at Restaurant Kenichi to hear about The Grassroot Institute’s Transparency Initiative.
The Grassroot Institute’s transparency initiative has broken new ground in shedding a light on holding government in Hawaii accountable. Through a series of open records requests, and with the help of the Civil Beat Law Center for the Public Interest, and the Office of Information Practices, Grassroot President Keli’i Akina and policy analyst Joe Kent will review the work that Grassroot Institute has done for a better government, economy, and society in Hawaii. Grassroot has been able to uncover amazing information, which will be uploaded for journalists and the public at OpenHawaii.org.
The Big Island Press Club’s annual scholarship dinner will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 28 at Hilo’s Seaside Restaurant where we will honor our 2015 scholarship recipients and feature award winning comedian Augie T. as the guest speaker.
For Big Island Press Club scholarship information and an application visit: www.bigislandpresscl…
The Big Island Press Club (BIPC) awards its annual meritorious Torch of Light Award to the team of scientists at USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory and the Lava Tube dishonor award to state Chief Elections Officer Scott Nago. The Torch of Light award is given to an individual or organization which brightens the public’s right to know while the Lava Tube dishonor is given for a lack of communication and keeping the public in the dark.
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