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Spokane certified public accountant Tom Griffiths has filed plans with the city to change the use of a four-unit retail building into a restaurant at 3325 W. Indian Trail Road.
A small office building next to a recreational cannabis store on Second Avenue in downtown Spokane will be demolished, according to permits issued by the city.
While non-profit organizations often depend on local support, many aren’t willing or able to accept donations from the legal cannabis industry.
A recent study at University of Colorado Boulder revealed that approximately 80 percent of adult cannabis consumers endorse using cannabis products before and/or after exercising.
A bear cub found badly burned in a massive 2014 Washington state wildfire has been killed by a hunter.
Rules are rules, but guidelines can be “subject to interpretation.”
The rules of economics tell us that customers are the real winners in a competitive market.
It’s been a little more than a year since Mike Boyer held the marijuana he purchased legally, the first person in Spokane County to do so, above his head and shouted, “Go Washington!” to a crowd of cheering onlookers. Since then, Boyer has lost two jobs, a home and countless other employment opportunities while the legal pot industry continues to boom. He also was arrested in March after allegations of domestic violence in an incident Boyer called “a misunderstanding.”
Sam Schafer says there’s a charm and benefit to training on a cinder track. “It’s different, that’s for sure,” the Odessa-Harrington senior said. “But I kind of like it. It’s a little more challenging but when you get to meets on all-weather tracks you feel a lot faster.”
WENATCHEE - Thursday evening - two weeks after the Carlton Complex fires roared around his home near Methow - Steve Love befriended a young bear cub who had suffered severe burns and who wandered up his driveway. When she took shelter under his horse trailer, he put out a bowl of water and gently tossed her ripened apricots from his tree. And when she started whimpering that night, he came as close as he dared and tried to comfort her. "I said, ’You’re OK little bear. Everything will be all right’ in a soothing voice," he recalled.