1. Ron Strider

    More Athletes Advocating More Cannabis Use

    By now, pretty much everybody knows Michael Phelps. Olympic swimmer. Holder of seven world records (three individual, four relay). Winner of 28 Olympic medals, 23 of them gold. Now 31, Phelps also holds another distinction: he may be the most famous athlete ever caught smoking marijuana...
  2. Katelyn Baker

    AK: Peninsula Cannabis Entrepreneurs Estimate $5.3M Contribution To Economy

    Some of the Kenai Peninsula's marijuana operations are up, running and trying to integrate themselves into the business community at large. Since last summer, eight marijuana businesses have opened on the peninsula, and nine more are in the works. Most of them are outside the cities – the...
  3. Katelyn Baker

    AK: Marijuana Control Board Chair Under Fire For Initiative To Ban Commercial Pot

    The chair of the Alaska Alcohol and Marijuana Control Board is gathering signatures to have Kenai Peninsula Borough vote on outlawing commercial cannabis operations in areas of the borough outside cities. That isn't sitting well with members of cannabis industry on the peninsula. Soldotna...
  4. Katelyn Baker

    The Most Successful Stoner In The World?

    Michael Phelps is an American hero. The iconic swimmer who captured the love and admiration of the United States by breaking numerous world records at the 2004 Olympic Games was the subject of controversy in 2009, when a photo depicting him smoking marijuana out of a bong surfaced on the...
  5. 420

    Boycott Kellogg's For Treatment Of Michael Phelps

    To: Kellogg's Corporation Whereas... 1) Kellogg's is a major manufacturer of cereal and junk food products including but not limited to Frosted Flakes, Pop Tarts, Cheez-Its, Froot Loops, Keebler's Cookies, Rice Krispies, Eggo Frozen Waffles, Famous Amos Cookies and many other products...
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