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April 18, 2011: Hawaii Community CollegeSeeks New Chancellor

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The Big Island's Hawaii Community College is celebrating its 70th birthday. And what better way to celebrate than to get a new chancellor? The public is invited to meet the final four candidates this week. From Kona, Sherry Bracken tells us more.

Learn more about all the candidates online, hawaii.hawaii.edu/chancellorsearch.

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Tooth Bus Provides Dental Care

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Dental Care is a challenge for young people in need on Hawaii Island. Often, the solution is a flight to Oahu... paid for by the state under the Medquest insurance program. In 2009 that cost the state more than $800-thousand dollars. This year, there's a better idea. From Kona, Sherry Bracken reports.

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Honoka`a High's Traveling Jazz Band

ShareThisHonoka'a High's jazz band is hitting the road. The group has won national recognition and has even been featured on National Public Radio. This week, the people of Oahu will get a chance to enjoy this remarkable group of young performers. From Hawaii Island, Sherry Bracken tells us what to expect.
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April 11, 2011: Parker Ranch Funds

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Four Big Island institutions are getting a charitable boost to their budgets. The Parker Ranch Foundation is giving away a total of two million dollars this year. From Kona, Sherry Bracken has the story.

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April 6, 2011: Hawaii Island Trauma Hospitals

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All three Hawaii Island hospitals are on track to become Level 3 Trauma Centers. From Kona, Sherry Bracken tells us Kona Community Hospital and Hilo Medical Center should be first up.

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