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Ry Prichard 06/19/2015 Though cannabis in general has a learning curve, perhaps the most intimidating and mysterious aspect for new users is concentrates.
8 weeks 1 day ago
Daniela Pardo 06/19/2015 Parachute gives the green light to the sale of recreational marijuana in their town. The decision came at last night's board meeting after the town continues to see a significant decline in their economy due to all the jobs lost in the energy sector.
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06/23/2015 Pueblo voters will not get a say about recreational marijuana shops opening in their city. At least not in 2015. City Council is putting off the discussion until 2016.
8 weeks 1 day ago
06/23/2015 Police are investigating a butane explosion at a Colorado Springs apartment.
8 weeks 1 day ago
Lynda James 06/23/2015 A petition with more than 630 signatures requesting a moratorium on new marijuana licenses was submitted to Park County’s Board of County Commissioners at its weekly meeting June 11.
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Lynda James 06/19/2015 The Park County’s Sheriff’s Office established a hotline recently, 719-836-4117, so residents can report suspected illegal marijuana operations and other crimes.
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Stephen Elliott 06/18/2015 At a rate of 13.6 percent, Colorado adults, including 13.5 percent of adults in the region that includes San Miguel, Ouray, Hinsdale, Montrose, Gunnison and Delta counties, reported current use of marijuana in 2014, according to data released Monday by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
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STEVE HENSON 06/21/2015 Don’t tell her about the medical wonders of marijuana. And don’t tell her that it’s a relatively benign drug that doesn’t really hurt anybody.
8 weeks 2 days ago
06/19/2015 In an effort to address health and safety concerns related to marijuana cultivation, Town Council unanimously approved a series of changes to Town Code, restricting cultivation.
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Beth Potter 06/16/2015 Even though registered pot growing operations appear to be following the rules, there's still believed to be a thriving black market for marijuana, the Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office says.