Colorado’s marijuana industry — one of the most mature in the nation — continues to thrive, posting record-setting sales figures through the first two months of 2017.
Routt County high school students are invited to Too Fly to Get High, a fun alternative event for April 20, a day known for high marijuana consumption.
A new report shows how the legalization of recreational marijuana has brought more people to emergency rooms for complications from the drug than before, particularly in Routt County.
When Rocky Mountain Remedies co-owner Kevin Fisher began selling medical marijuana in August 2009, he knew he was going into a business filled with uncertainties.
In just a few months, Parachute will be home to Colorado’s first drive-through marijuana shop.
Changes to local laws have extended the hours of local marijuana dispensaries.
City sales tax records show the industry sold $10.8 million in product last year and added $431,113 to the sales tax coffers.
Denver is starting work Wednesday on becoming the first city in the nation to allow marijuana clubs and public pot use in places such as coffee shops, yoga studios and art galleries.
One of three groups hoping to open a marijuana grow facility in Hayden says a tax imposed by the town has created a roadblock.
The Steamboat Springs City Council is moving ahead with rule changes that would allow pot shops to stay open three hours later until 10 p.m.
Recreational marijuana sales arrive in Steamboat Springs