Monthly Archives: December 2018

In line to buy legal, recreational pot: a first for the East Coast

There are four cannabis retailers in Berkshire County with provisional licenses from the state to sell recreational marijuana. Temescal Wellness, on Callahan Drive in Pittsfield, was the first in the county to get provisional status in September. Three other retailers … Continue reading

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Wendy’s to start building soon in Warrenton | Local News

WARRENTON — The owners of a proposed Wendy’s in Warrenton hope to begin construction by Thanksgiving, hire about 50 people and open by mid-March. Group W AKSAN Warrenton recently closed on about one-half of an acre in the Warrenton Highlands … Continue reading

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Van Duzer Corridor named Willamette Valley’s newest AVA American Viticultural Area

Buy Photo Danielle Blanchette pours wine at Van Duzer Vineyards in 2011.(Photo: Statesman Journal file)Buy Photo The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau has approved a proposal to add a new American Viticultural Area in the Willamette Valley to the Federal … Continue reading

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COAST HAZARD ADVISORY: High Wind Warning, High Surf Advisory

A series of storms will cross the northeast Pacific through early next week. These storms will send significant westerly swells toward the Pacific Northwest coast resulting in periods of high surf activity well into next week. Additional events are expected … Continue reading

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Cyber-open house gathers ideas for Coast Bike Route improvements

The Oregon Coast Bike Route is a popular route extending the length of the Oregon Coast. The public’s ideas and comments will help ODOT understand the route’s issues and gaps.

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Heavy rain, potential flooding, in Oregon’s extended weather forecast

A major storm front could drop lots of rain on Portland next week. Forecasters for the National Weather Service put the public on notice Friday about the potential for heavy rains. Between 2 to 5 inches could fall in higher … Continue reading

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Injured turtle on mend at Oregon Coast Aquarium

Injured turtle on mend at Oregon Coast Aquarium Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. An injured sea turtle being cared for at the Oregon Coast Aquarium, Dec. 14, … Continue reading

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Soon, Residents of This Tiny Oregon Town Won’t Have to Drive Two Hours to Buy Cannabis

About Anna Del Savio Anna Del Savio was raised in Portland and moved back after graduating from college in New York. …read more at https://www.wweek.com/news/2018/11/08/soon-residents-of-this-tiny-oregon-town-wont-have-to-drive-two-hours-to-buy-marijuana/

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Deep-Pocketed Investors Are Storming Oregon’s Cannabis Market. They’re Shifting the Business Model From Mom-and-Pop Shops to Starbucks.

About Katie Shepherd News reporter Katie Shepherd joined Willamette Week in 2017. She covers criminal justice, cops and courts. …read more at https://www.wweek.com/news/2018/05/16/deep-pocketed-investors-are-storming-oregons-cannabis-market-theyre-shifting-the-business-model-from-mom-and-pop-shops-to-starbucks/

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Legalization of Hemp Passes Senate and House, Hemp, Inc. Announces

Spring Hope, NC, Dec. 14, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NEWMEDIAWIRE —Hemp, Inc. (OTC PINK: HEMP), a global leader in the industrial hemp industry with bi-coastal processing centers including the largest multipurpose industrial hemp processing facility in the western hemisphere in … Continue reading

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