Oregonians seek fun and fortune in the marijuana fields of Mendocino County.
Big Head Buck’s story is a familiar one in this economy: A
27-year-old special-education teacher for Portland Public Schools,
Buck—who declined to give his real name and provided his own alias
In Oregon, we have high precipitation, high unemployment
and very high standards for coffee. But the cost of getting high? That’s
The price of
marijuana is lower in Oregon than in any o
Will 2012 be the year Oregon finally adopts a reasonable marijuana policy?
Oregonians love marijuana. Take a walk along Southeast Clinton Street some summer evening and you’ll get contact confirmation.
most recent National Survey on Drug Use and Health, from
Food Reviews & Stories
THC can be absorbed into the blood in
many ways, and people figured out how to eat it pretty early on.
Consequently, there are heaps of literature out there on how to ingest
dope, and most of th
The major party candidates to replace Oregon's former First Congressional District Rep. David Wu—Democrat Suzanne Bonamici and Republican Rob Cornilles—have captured most of the media attention and donor support. But WW also took the time last week to interview the third-party candidates in the race who will also appear on the ballot for the Jan. 31 special election: Progressive Party candidate ...
The results are in from the holiday weekend. What follows is a list of the most-abused substances in Portland, as roughly measured by the charges upon arrest for people booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center between Friday, Dec. 31, 2011 and Sunday, Jan. 2, 2012.Cocaine: 18Heroin: 18Meth: 17Alcohol (on public property): 7Prescription drugs (unspecified): 2 These results don't show 39 charges ...
Longtime Portland marijuana activist Paul Stanford today pleaded guilty in Marion County Circuit Court to one count of Oregon personal income-tax evasion. Stanford agreed to a sentence of 18 months' probation and 160 hours of community service.The charge stems from Stanford's failure to file a 2009 tax return. He was also accused of failing to file his 2008 return when he was indicted earlier ...
A pot user is denied pain meds. Advocates say he’s not alone.
Johan Mathiesen has smoked pot recreationally for 45 years.
“It’s my coffee, my
tobacco, whatever you want. It’s my social drug,” says Mathiesen, a
69-year-old deli clerk at New Seaso
A Tigard man is suing his ex-girlfriend for allegedly narcing him out on a marijuana grow.In a lawsuit filed March 8 in Multnomah County Circuit Court, Tyler Goecks claims after he broke up with Melanie Talbert of Southwest Portland, she "plotted a scheme to extract revenge."The suit says sometime around January 2009, Talbert entered Goecks' house, and "without his permission she took photographs of ...