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Smoking first day of sales

Medical marijuana is now available for the first time on Kauai. The new dispensary in Kapaa opened Monday and is called Have a Heart, operated by Green Aloha Ltd.

Man charged in slaying

A man accused of killing his mother last week while she was working at First Hawaiian Bank on Rice Street, was formally charged with murder in the second degree Monday.

Tourism encouraged amid toxic gas

While many Hawaii Island residents are living with toxic fumes and evacuating their homes as lava spits out of fissures and into the sea, Hawaii’s governor says it’s OK to visit parts of Hawaii Island and the rest of the chain.

KSA wraps up spring season

LIHUE — Soccer action went into the twilight hours Saturday, as the Kauai Soccer Association wrapped up its spring season with a slate of championship games at the North Vidinha soccer fields.

Taegan Keep makes Hall of Honor

Kauai High School senior Taegan Keep will take her place among the top 12 student-athletes in the state for 2018 when she gets inducted into the Enterprise Rent-a-Car Hawaii High School Athletic Association Hall of Honor June 3 at the Dole Cannery Pomaikai Ballroom on Oahu.

Kauai Fashion Weekend gears up

Natasha Kertes, the Kauai Fashion Weekend photographer who ended the last event with a cover and multiple-page layout using Kalalau Valley as a backdrop, has already done work at the Kaneshiro farm in Omao with Darryl Kaneshiro and Michelle Emura.

Nounou hunt a go

Pig hunting will be happening on Nounou Mountain, also known as Sleeping Giant, today through Nov. 30.

College planning workshop set

The Bridge: Kauai to College is offering a free workshop and lunch for all graduating high school seniors and their parents who have aspirations of attending college. The workshop/lunch will be held at the St. Michael’s and All Angels Episcopal Church Fellowship Hall in Lihue on June 2 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Happy Camper for Monday, May 21, 2018

Tia Takasaki couldn’t attend the scholarship luncheon hosted by the Kauai Government Employees Federal Credit Union because she was reigning as the May Day queen at Kapaa High School during the Warriors’ May Day celebration, May 4 (it was also Older Americans Day here on Kauai).