1 year 37 weeks ago
Bruce Finley 07/01/2015 GOLDEN - Surging electricity consumption by Colorado's booming marijuana industry is sabotaging Denver's push to use less energy — just as the White House perfects a Clean Power Plan to cut carbon pollution.
1 year 37 weeks ago
Jim Mimiaga 07/07/2015 At the request of upset neighbors, Montezuma County commissioners will seek a court-ordered injunction to stop a bong-a-thon event scheduled for July 31-Aug. 2 along the West Fork River.
1 year 38 weeks ago
Billie Stanton Anleu 07/07/2015 About two dozen residential growers have burned out their electric transformers or meters over the past three years, though, with overloads that could have sparked house fires, reports local electrician Sam Masias.
1 year 38 weeks ago
Candace Krebs 07/05/2015 Daren Williams had an idea that would give a whole new meaning to the term, “grassfed beef.” Would it be possible to take the leftover plant waste from growing and processing marijuana and turn it into cattle feed?
1 year 38 weeks ago
Kelsey Perkins 07/07/2015 DE BEQUE - The highly controversial topic of legal recreational marijuana is swirling again in the town of De Beque. The Board of Trustees held a special meeting Monday night to discuss what was on the agenda as “the future of marijuana in De Beque.”
1 year 38 weeks ago
John Stroud 07/07/2015 Glenwood Springs City Council is considering a range of possible changes to the city’s marijuana business regulations, from limiting the overall number of shops to treating certain parts of town differently than others when defining the neighborhood that is being served.
1 year 38 weeks ago
Lynda James 07/07/2015 An ordinance strengthening regulation of medical marijuana grown by caregivers passed the first reading by Park County commissioners June 25. The state legislature this year passed Senate Bill 15-14 limiting caregivers to 36 plants.
1 year 38 weeks ago
Kassondra Cloos 07/05/2015 As the number of medical marijuana shops and dispensary-related crimes in Colorado Springs has fallen over the past five years, medical pot tax revenue in El Paso County has soared.
1 year 38 weeks ago
Jack Howland 07/04/2015 The six kids - part of the El Paso County Public Health's campaign Tobacco Targets Youth - feigned interest in aisles of snacks as they snooped for evidence of the tobacco industry in southern Colorado Springs.
1 year 38 weeks ago
Lynda James 07/04/2015 Park County commissioners discussed a proposed 2015 ballot question that would impose a five percent excise tax on the first sale or transfer of unprocessed marijuana by licensed cultivation operations on June 25.