A close-up look at Forbidden Farms' marijuana growing operation in Shelton and the processing facility on the Tacoma Tideflats. Owned by the Balduff brothers Garrett and Taylor, the premium producer even supplies cannabis connoisseur Willie Nelson.
Medicine Creek Analytics, the marijuana testing lab owned by the Puyallup Tribe on Pacific Highway in Fife, will help maintain quality control now that the tribe has signed a compact with the state to sell and grow medical and recreational marijuana. Tribal chairman Bill Sterud and scientific director Aaron Stancik PhD discuss the lab's mission and the potential value of medical marijuana.
Holding a trophy she was awarded from Dope magazine, Mad Hatter Medibles owner Sheila Scott says the state ban on the sale of high dose “medibles” for registered medicinal users of marijuana will severely affect patients.
As his downtown Olympia medical marijuana store hosts a going out of business event June 30, Rainier Xpress owner Patrick Seifert is concerned about the effect it will have on his clients. Cheryl White, a medical marijuana patient, credits the support she's found at Rainier Xpress and is very concerned what the fallout will be for other patients.
KP Healing Center on State Route 302 on the Key Peninsula is closing on June 30, 2016, as Washington State aligns the unregulated medical market with the regulated licensed market. Store clerk Chad Oliveira talks about what he thinks this means to his customers. “It’s kind of weird,” he said.
Arnold Zweig, 89, an Olympia resident and survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp, along with Washington State representative Laurie Dolan, light a 9 ft. Hanukkah menorah in Sylvester Park Dec 12 to signify the first night of the eight-day holiday.
Salish Middle School students Brennon and Skylar Fisher had a very special pizza delivery during their Tuesday lunch hour by their dad, Sgt. Major Brett Fisher, who surprised the siblings with his early holiday homecoming from his US Army deployment to Korea.