Morning Press: Juul a danger for teens; Sunlight Supply sold; Blessing booth restocked

first_imgCan the sun possibly continue? Check our local weather coverage.In case you missed it, here are some of the top stories of the week:Health experts: Juul isn’t coolTeenagers smoking behind the bleachers may be a thing of the past, but health officials say teens are still using nicotine. The latest method: “juuling” in school bathrooms.“Juul is just kind of the new trend right now that’s taking off,” said Stacia Wasmundt, youth tobacco and vapor product prevention consultant at the state Department of Health.E-cigarette’s popularity with teens alarms state health officials, local school districtsSunlight Supply to be bought by Scotts Miracle-Gro for $450MVancouver-based Sunlight Supply Inc. is being purchased by multinational corporation Scotts Miracle-Gro for $450 million, $25 million of which is in stock.The sale — one of the largest in Clark County history and the largest ever made by Scotts ­— was announced via a press release Tuesday afternoon. It is expected to close by June 1, pending approval by the Securities and Exchange Commission.Sunlight Supply will become part of Scotts Miracle-Gro’s hydroponics gardening subsidiary, Hawthorne Gardening Co.Related story: Sunlight Supply sale won’t affect amphitheater brandingNeighbors help restock blessing booth after nearly everything’s takenTori LaDeane returned from work Monday and opened the phone booth on her front lawn to see if there were any new items in her family’s blessing booth.last_img read more