Stable market

While cannabis prices have dropped in the past year, they have remained pretty constant for most of 2019.
While prices in the Oklahoma medical cannabis market seemed to be dipping in the spring, six months later, they have held steady and, in some cases, have risen.

Growing pains

David Donnell has been trying to get his cannabis grow off the ground for over a year but said the city of Piedmont is holding a grudge.
David Donnell was one of the first Oklahomans to receive his commercial growing license but still has not been able to harvest a single crop.

Herbal engineering

Mary Mechanix just introduced its fall flavor of distillate cartridges. Seasonal offerings are a key component of its brand.
When the season changes, so does the flavor of Mary Mechanix’s seasonal cartridges.

Rolling stoned

Oklahoma’s DUI laws currently leave no allowance for medical cannabis patients.
Oklahoma cannabis patients currently have no exceptions to the state’s laws pertaining to driving under the influence.

Theoretical activist

Lawrence Pasternack earns his living as a professor of religious studies but has become known to a larger swath of Oklahomans as a cannabis activist.
Lawrence Pasternack approaches his cannabis activism as a moral imperative.

Certified chaos

A requirement by the state legislature for cannabis businesses to have certificates of compliance filed with their application is causing headaches throughout the industry.
Starting in September, all Oklahoma cannabis businesses are required to have “certificates of compliance” from the municipalities or counties in which they do business.

High seas

This month, the chefs at Guyutes offer up a tuna tostada made with a spicy infused olive oil.
Summer temperatures have stuck along later than usual this year, and the chefs at Guyutes are offering an infused dish with about the same amount of heat.

Second pass

CannaCon returns to Oklahoma City for the second time this year, bringing more than 200 vendors with it.
For the second time this year, CannaCon is upon us.

Flower Review: XJ-13

Strain name: XJ-13

Tropical leaves

As Oklahoma enters autumn, a trip to a tropical-themed dispensary might be just the moment’s needed vacation.
With the summer now behind us, if you missed a tropical vacation this year, you might at least get a glimpse of one by visiting some local tropical-themed dispensaries.

Accessible cannabis

Dr. Randy Whitekiller is offering to waive his doctor recommendation fee for disabled veterans at the same time a discounted license fee goes into effect.
A slew of new emergency rules for Oklahoma’s medical cannabis program went into effect last week, among them a reduced state fee for disabled veterans.

Gentle giant

Mammoth Processing takes a delicate approach to the process of cannabis extraction in order to produce what it calls “extra virgin cannabis oil.”
Mammoth Processing, a two-man operation based just south of downtown Oklahoma City, brings a cannabis flower enthusiast’s approach to its concentrates.

Doubling down

BCC Collective has closed its dispensary doors, but a second grow room will allow it to produce much more flower.
Almost eight months to the day since BCC Collective opened its doors to medical patients, it has closed them to the public, at least for now.

Full cup

The organizers behind Oklahoma’s first High Times Cannabis Cup said most of the issues at the event were due to its overwhelming popularity.
Both High Times and Lost Lakes Entertainment Complex chalk up Saturday’s missteps to the same factor: The first Oklahoma Cannabis Cup was more successful than anyone imagined it would be.

Cup holders

The High Times Oklahoma Cannabis Cup winners are celebrating their victories this week and answering phones that are ringing off the hook with orders.
The first High Times Oklahoma Cannabis Cup is now in the books, with a new class of ganjapreneur who can lay claim to the mantle of cannabis champion.

Cloud high

The chefs at Guyutes take homemade marshmallows to a higher level with infused corn syrup.
Late August in Oklahoma is not the most comfortable time for s’mores around the fire, as temperatures often remain around 90 degrees Fahrenheit even for several hours after sundown.


Father Michael Lapsley on healing and forgiveness @ Fairview Missionary Baptist Church

Father Michael Lapsley on healing and forgiveness @ Fairview Missionary Baptist Church

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