The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office chased and caught two men suspected of stealing marijuana plants from Choice Organics in Fort Collins on Tuesday.
The expected rush of recreational marijuana industry activity in the city of Boulder hasn’t materialized, and, as a result, much of the $473,000 budgeted for oversight hasn’t been spent.
The Boulder City Council is considering two versions of a broad outdoor smoking ban, one that includes e-cigarettes and one that does not. The City Council holds a first reading and vote on the smoking ordinance Tuesday.
Boulder city code bans retail marijuana establishments from selling or giving away any products with their name or logo. Several Boulder City Council members believe it is time to reconsider that provision, which appears to be unique to Boulder among Colorado towns that allow recreational marijuana sales.
About five months ago, Temples singer James Bagshaw asked his Denver audience to stop smoking weed. A calm, reasonable request, he told the Bluebird Theater during his band’s headlining set that the fumes made it hard for him to sing. It was the psych-rock band’s first show in Denver.
The number of students disciplined for marijuana and other drug violations at the University of Colorado was cut in half between 2012 and 2013, according to newly released crime statistics.
Boulder County law enforcement, with the help of an Army National Guard helicopter, were airlifting bundles of marijuana plants out of South St. Vrain Canyon on Tuesday after a large-scale illegal marijuana grow was discovered by hikers.
The city of Boulder has decided to hold off on participating in the statewide “Don’t Be a Lab Rat” campaign after the Boulder Valley School District said it opposed the use of a giant metal cage to educate teens about the effects of marijuana on the developing brain.
A hemp grower in Boulder County is opening up her private research plot to visitors, and talking pollination and possibilities for the industry. This harvest is earmarked for Colorado Hemp Coffee’s research-and-development initiatives.
Exactly five years ago, a beaming Jason Lauve rolled out of a Boulder courthouse in his wheelchair with an assortment of marijuana that had just been returned to him by sheriff’s deputies. In the years since Lauve left a vindicated man Aug. 6, 2009, the marijuana landscape in Colorado has shifted dramatically.
The jars smell outstanding, the budtenders are full of knowledge, but a disappointing smoke deflates the overall impression: “Perhaps I chose poorly and ended up with one of the only badly-flushed samples — but as the old saying goes, ‘one weak link can break the chain.'”
Boulder police arrested a 27-year-old woman on suspicion of assaulting another woman who was taking pictures of people smoking marijuana behind Boulder High School on Thursday.
Boulder County has given initial approval to plans for a large-scale marijuana greenhouse operation off of Valmont Road, but the county commissioners could still choose to call up the plan for a public review.
The owners of two Boulder County farms are objecting to a proposal to build a large marijuana greenhouse operation near their properties, saying it’s not a good fit for their family-friendly neighborhood.
It doesn’t matter what they’re smoking — tobacco or marijuana. Smokers are smokers. And in the view of Smoker Friendly, they’re all potential customers. The Boulder-based tobacco purveyor is preparing to move aggressively into cannabis accessories with the new chain Glass Werx.
University of Colorado student leaders have set a date for the symposium to “repurpose” the annual 4/20 pot smokeout on the Boulder campus.
It’s 4:20 p.m. on Feb. 28, 2014, and here are a few of the things we’re talking about at Cannabist HQ.
For the third year in a row, the University of Colorado plans to close its Boulder campus on April 20 to curtail an “unwanted 4/20 gathering,” according to a statement released Friday morning by Chancellor Phil DiStefano.
Veronica Carpio with Grow Hemp Colorado talks about the outlook for industrial hemp as new licensing is set to begin March 1 with the Colorado Department of Agriculture. Grow Hemp Colorado is hosting a Boulder County Hemp Meeting to commemorate the occasion.
Part of the Olympics’ allure is the drama, the sadness, the emotion. Colorado skier Lyman Currier experienced all of the above as his Olympics ended with the worst kind of “pop” earlier this week.
Nearly two months after becoming legal in Colorado, recreational marijuana sales finally arrived in Boulder County as two shops opened their doors Tuesday.
Karing Kind, a mile north of Boulder, became the first marijuana store to sell recreational marijuana to the general public in Boulder County when it opened around 10:20 a.m. today. The opening was delayed slightly after owner Dylan Donaldson got stuck in traffic.
University of Colorado Student Government 4/20 Commission survey:click here University of Colorado student leaders say they’re attempting to “repurpose” the annual marijuana smoke-out known as 4/20 by hosting an academic cannabis conference this spring.
The Canary’s Song in Nederland became Boulder County’s first dispensary to obtain all required licenses for recreational marijuana sales, but it is still closed, and depending on its opening date, it could lose the distinction of being the first recreational pot shop in the county.
Among a vast collection of seeds housed in a nondescript industrial building on the outskirts of Lafayette resides what could be the key to the deepest and most detailed understanding yet of cannabis — information that may unleash nearly limitless potential for a plant that spans the worlds of medicine, textiles, food, fuel and fun.