There’s a lot of chatter going around about what will happen in the legislature with Washington’s medical marijuana structure, where it will go and whether it will be rolled into the recreational system. Several people
We came very close to breaking the record sales day for marijuana in Washington state on a very odd date. On Wednesday, Feb. 11, the Liquor Control Board reported more than $1.1 million in daily
Update: Here are the 10 strains – the store switched them up a little since earlier in the week. The promotion begins Friday! Lemon Sour Diesel from Life Gardens Permafrost from Life Gardens Skunk #1
I have to say I’m thoroughly impressed by the innovation going on at Fairwinds Manufacturing, of one of Vancouver’s newest I-502 marijuana grower-processors. The company’s owner, James Hull, has put together a broad line of
Vancouver’s fourth (and Clark County’s fifth) pot shop is set to open for its soft-launch on Saturday, Feb. 7, at 11 a.m. The Herbery, at 212 N.E. 164th St., Suite 11, will be the first
We got an interesting press release in the newsroom today from Totally High Country Brownies. The Colorado company is marketing pot-free novelty brownies it calls “Washington State Totally High Country Brownies” – or “Washington THC
I admit I’ve never been a big fan of the over-commercialization that comes with the launch of holiday shopping season every year. This year, though, there’s an odd twist to the Black Friday phenomenon that
And then there were three… Clark County’s third recreational marijuana shop (in a non ban area) opened quietly last week. The shop, Cannabis Country Store in Battle Ground, definitely has a more rural, homey feel
Most of the I-502 growers I’ve talked to say that their marijuana is grown using organic practices. But how do you know for sure? That’s a more problematic issue than you might think. Only the
Black Alpaca, a grower in Southwest Washington, recently came online and started selling some of his marijuana buds in Vancouver’s two stores. The small company’s next products should be welcome news for those who’ve been
The Liquor Control Board’s frequently requested lists section continues to be a treasure trove of interesting information. They recently put a new section up called “Marijuana; Education and Enforcement Data,” which shows violations, fines and
So I was looking through the new marijuana sales details from the Washington Liquor Control Board (they update here every Tuesday: http://www.liq.wa.gov/records/frequently-requested-lists) and got curious about what the best sales days are every week. So
Longview’s Mirth Provisions ended up with another carbonation glitch after the company’s first delivery to Main Street Marijuana and New Vansterdam on Sunday and Monday. The cannabis-infused pomegranate sodas were, once again, popping their caps.
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