Monthly Archives: March 2019

Company Overview: Cannabis One Holdings

The Investment Thesis We can break the investment thesis for Cannabis One Holdings (CSE: CBIS) into the following key points: Cannabis One has extensive experience operating in the most mature and competitive markets in the US. These markets over time … Continue reading

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Walgreens to sell CBD products in 9 states, report says – FirstCoastNews.com WTLV

Walgreens plans to sell cannabis-based products in hundreds of stores in nine states, CNBC reported Wednesday. The company reportedly told the network it will sell CBD creams, patches and sprays at 1,500 stores in Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Oregon, South … Continue reading

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This Week’s Cannabis News: SAFE(er) Banking, New Jersey, Seth Rogen, Walgreens And Earnings

The cannabis world received mixed news last week. On the one hand, the House Financial Services Committee voted in favor of a bill that would allow marijuana businesses to work with banks and credit unions, the SAFE Banking Act, allowing it … Continue reading

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Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Moses Williams with Greg Shine

A little-known part of Oregon history will be explored at the Cannon Beach History Center and Museum 4 p.m., Thursday, March 14, with Greg Shine. Shine has recently written an article on Buffalo soldiers in the Pacific Northwest and their … Continue reading

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Parents headed to court in college admissions cheating scheme

BOSTON— From a Napa Valley vintner to a Hot Pockets heiress, a procession of wealthy parents made their first appearances in federal court Friday on charges they paid bribes to get their children into top colleges. The 15 parents, including … Continue reading

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Bay Area parent charged in college admissions scandal blocked from going on Mexico vacation

…read more at https://www.chron.com/local/article/College-admissions-scandal-Bay-Area-parent-Mexico-13728796.php

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Three ‘Boldt’ Whiskeys Took Awards at American Distilling Institute Competition

The trio of winners by Alchemy Distillery’s Boldt brand This is a press release from Alchemy Distillery: Alchemy Distillery is proud to announce that three of their Whiskies have been awarded medals in a national spirits competition. The American Distilling … Continue reading

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Meg Loncharic: Romance plays out in redwoods wedding

City of Erie employees Sarah Galloway and Dale Peelman were married March 3 amid the big trees of California. Take it from someone who knows: “The trees were the most amazing beautiful living things that I have ever laid eyes … Continue reading

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Restaurant review: Mo’s Egg House

MO’S EGG HOUSE Food: () Extensive menu with eclectic breakfasts and more predictable lunches. Service: () Friendly, efficient servers offer suggestions and keep coffee cups filled. Atmosphere: () Stylish “barnyard”…read more at http://www.bendbulletin.com/entertainment/7031358-151/restaurant-review-mos-egg-house

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Suppressing single-use waste: State, city proposals look to minimize effects of our throwaway culture – The Register

Oregon lawmakers and city of Eugene leaders want people to limit long-lasting waste generated from short-time use. In particular, they intend to end the practice of restaurants, coffee shops and bars passing out unwanted plastic straws, unneeded plastic bags or … Continue reading

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