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  • Rural Logan County approves 1st hemp greenhouse

    STERLING — Commissioners in rural Logan County in northeast Colorado have approved an application for an industrial hemp research and development processing facility, as well as a 2-acre greenhouse. The hemp greenhouse will be Colorado's first and could eventually employ between 15 and 25 people, said hemp activist Jason Lauve of Broomfield,...

  • Parking charge reminder, entry policies for 2014 Air Force football season

    Air Force opens the season by hosting Nicholls State at noon Saturday in Falcon Stadium. A charge ($10) for parking was announced earlier. Season ticket holders may purchase a season parking pass for $30 and save 50 percent. Reserved tailgating will also have a fee this season. Costs for smaller lots are $25, medium $30 and larger $50 per...

  • EDITORIAL: Standard editor: Obama failed to revitalize liberalism

    Last week, The Weekly Standard held a mid-term summit conference at The Broadmoor. The Weekly Standard's editor, Bill Kristol, and syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer headlined an all-star lineup of conservative minds for two days in discussion about the mid-term elections and the important issues facing America. Kristol, noted for his...

  • EDITORIAL: Springs City Council should stop, just say no to recreational pot

    If members of the City Council want to lose one or more major military installations, as the Pentagon determines how to allocate $900 billion-plus in budget cuts, they should just keep easing the way for recreational pot. Just imagine a pot store in every neighborhood and a giant empty space where Fort Carson once lived. Rather than working...

  • Boulder puts off anti-pot 'lab rat' campaign

    BOULDER — A provocative anti-marijuana campaign aimed at Colorado youths has angered marijuana activists for its tag line, "Don't Be a Lab Rat." Now, a Colorado city is holding off on displaying a human-size cage used in the campaign after a school district raised concerns. The city of Boulder said Tuesday it is putting off the campaign. The...

  • Former cop's new Colorado brownie company takes off on marijuana theme

    Greg Morrison was in law enforcement 37 years - as detective, assistant sheriff and police chief. Now he's got a new profession: owner of Totally High Country Brownies Inc. His products include Mary Jane Plain, Cheeba Creme Brulee, Acapulco Gold Almond, and Alice B. Toklas Toffee. They are selling like hotcakes - well, weed - to friends,...

  • Colorado's anti-marijuana 'lab rat' campaign hits snag

    BOULDER — A provocative anti-marijuana campaign aimed at Colorado youths has angered marijuana activists for its tag line, "Don't Be a Lab Rat." Now a school system is declining to display a human-size cage used in the campaign. The Daily Camera reports (http://bit.ly/1vIqG6T) that the Boulder Valley School District has announced it won't...

  • Recent editorials published in Iowa newspapers

    Sioux City Journal. Aug. 21, 2014. Long road back continues for BPI Two years after an emotion-driven campaign of misinformation about its lean, finely textured beef (LFTB) decimated Dakota Dunes-based Beef Products, Inc., hopeful signs continue to emerge for the company. As a result of the shameful "pink slime" campaign, BPI lost 80 percent...

  • Testing of Colorado marijuana for contaminants to begin this year

    Months after ordering tests to determine the potency of Colorado-grown pot, state regulators are zeroing in on another concern: How sick one can get from a bad batch? Sometime in the coming months, recreational marijuana producers must begin testing for bacteria, fungus, heavy metals and solvents before their products reach store shelves....

  • This Week: Mark Your Calendar

    Colorado Springs City Council will discuss at its work session at 1 p.m. Monday in City Hall, 107 N. Nevada Ave., whether it wants to put a recreational marijuana question on the April ballot. The council had discussed a possible November ballot question but said it would be too expensive and opted to wait for the April city elections. Some...

  • Man who ate marijuana candy must stand trial in killing

    DENVER — A judge ordered a Denver man on Friday to stand trial in the killing of his wife, who told dispatchers moments before her death that he was paranoid and hallucinating after eating marijuana-infused candy. Defense attorneys for 48-year-old Richard Kirk suggested during a preliminary hearing that he was so impaired by the pot that he...

Interactive map: Colorado's licensed retail marijuana stores

Fri, Dec 27, 2013 - 2:26 PM 0

See the list of the locations that have received licenses for recreational marijuana sales.

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