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KODIAK — Kodiak currently has just one operating marijuana retail store –– but, by the end of the year, it may have three. Kodiakan Janiese Stevens has plans to set up a marijuana retail store called Wildflower at 158 Alimaq Drive on Near Island.
KODIAK — A Kodiak man has been charged with assault, reckless driving and reckless endangerment after he allegedly drove into oncoming traffic and nearly hit a child riding a bicycle.
KODIAK — There will be an increased presence of law enforcement on the waters throughout Alaska as part of Operation Dry Water from July 5 to 7.
Kodiak’s first ever retail cannabis store opened its doors Saturday, following a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10:00 a.m. High Rise, a store located at 104 Center Avenue (just behind Tony’s Bar), is owned and operated by Jack Schactler and saw over 400 customers on its opening day.
Americans are becoming more supportive of marijuana legalization each year but the gender gap remains a constant: While 68 percent of men now support marijuana legalization, only 56 percent of women do.
With the rise of legal cannabis coinciding with the explosion of smartphone apps, using modern communications devices to satisfy your cravings has never been easier.
Cary Carrigan: “We’ve got nine states on board; retailers, manufacturers, cultivators, a lot of people are here to address some really important issues.”
“When you see something every day, you might not notice the results,” Mackey said. “I spent 10 days away, came back, and saw a huge dramatic result in nine different dogs, nine different ailments with one product.
Tapped at exactly 4:20 p.m. the tiny, 4 1/2-gallon keg of Pakalolo Pale Ale yielded a crowd-pleasing beer with floral, citrus and piney top notes and a smooth finish. Did it contain any cannabis at all? No, because that would be illegal. Did it taste like cannabis? Absolutely!
Set against a scenic view of mountains and the Knik Arm, the celebration of the marijuana holiday included just about anything a cannabis-lover would want, from live music to disc tosses, food trucks and doughnut-eating competitions.
KODIAK — Two local women have been charged with one count each of felony theft, after stealing a credit card and attempting to use it to pay for over $1,000 worth of goods and services.
KODIAK — A local man has been charged with several felonies after the United States Postal Inspection Service intercepted parcels containing “bulk quantities” of marijuana, psilocybin mushrooms, and alprazolam pills (commonly known as Xanax). Law enforcers subsequently found cocaine, LSD, several firearms and almost $40,000 in cash in the defendants home.
KODIAK — The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly unanimously voted to approve a letter of non-protest for the issuance of a new license for a marijuana retail store, under two conditions, at a regular meeting Thursday.