Medical-marijuana providers urge regulation, say ban could hurt patients

Tranquility Holistic Center Manager  Steven Hinch, center, helps a patient, as co-manager Ted Warren looks on. - Brian Beckley, Renton Reporter
  • Aug 29, 2014 at 10:11AM

Tranquility Holistic Center Manager Steven Hinch can tell you exactly which of the marijuana products will best alleviate your symptoms, based on the spectrometry profile of the marijuana, which reveals which cannabinoids – the chemical compounds in marijuana that react with the body – are present in the plant and therefore tell Hinch how that particular strain will affect a patient.

Healthier menus welcome students back to school

  • Today at 1:00PM

From healthier choices in vending machines to more local produce in the lunch line, schools are rapidly becoming better places to nurture learning and good health.

Help keep tabs on native salmon this fall as a King County Salmon Watcher Program volunteer

  • Today at 12:07PM

Renton class scheduled for Sept. 9 at City Hall, in partnership with Friends of the Cedar River Watershed.

DNR permits campfires east of Cascade Crest

  • Today at 11:31AM

There are exceptions. Due to continued high fire danger, campfires may not be allowed in some locations in northeast Washington. Visitors must check at the campground entrance or with the campground host before starting a campfire.

Run from the Cops 5k coming up

  • Sep 1, 2014 at 10:00AM

It was created by Sgt. Randy Maynard of the Kennewick Police Department who saw the importance of raising funds and awareness for the athletes of Special Olympics Washington through the Law Enforcement Torch Run Campaign.

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