‘Friends’ fight cancer

Hundreds of people braved the wind, punctuated by bouts of showers blowing off the Kalaheo plateau, to celebrate survivors in the battle against cancer during the Relay For Life at the Hanapepe Stadium soccer fields.

Growing strong

Nearly 2,000 people flowed through the gates in the first 90 minutes of the opening of the 24th annual Garden Fair that shared its space with the Boy Scouts of America Aloha Council Kauai District Makahiki Saturday at Kauai Community College.

Burn out suicide!

Kaylynn Drake started Kekua Aloha Foundation after being impacted by suicide. That was four years ago when she was just a high school freshman, when her home town of Anahola saw a rash of youth and young-adult suicides.

Good fun fishing

Brad Hiranaka, president and commissioner for Kauai Youth Football, said the motivation for holding the KYF second Shoreline Fishing Contest was the lack of good fishing contests.

Celebrating a prince

Anahola was the first Hawaiian Homes program on Kauai created by Prince Jonah Kuhio in an effort to rehabilitate and put Hawaiians back onto the land to become successful homesteaders.

Bowling for the littles

The Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii bowling tournament, a fundraiser for the Kauai branch of Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii, was sold out Saturday at the Kauai Bowling Center.

200 complete Caper

About 200 runners completed either the 2K, 5K or 10K distances of the 42nd annual Captain Cook Caper Run on Saturday in Waimea.

STEM fun

Kauai High School student Isabella Parsons and Waimea Canyon Middle School students Kale Kakuda and Kaylee Kakuda earned top honors in the Senior and Junior divisions, respectively, at the Kauai Regional Science and Engineering Fair at the Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club.

Hula hoike

Hundreds of people flocked to the Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club for the annual hoike presented by Halau Hula O Leilani with kumu hula Leilani Rivera Low and Darryl Low.