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A new vertically-integrated cannabis company is set to open its doors in Kalkaska.Detroit Metro Times
The East Lansing City Council approved changes to the site plan at 1234 E. Grand River Ave. for Pincanna, a marijuana provisioning center.The State News
TRAVERSE CITY — Highly Cannaco had its “soft opening” Thursday, and medical marijuana patients who come through its doors can expect to find whatever they need, owner Eric Ryant said.Traverse City Record Eagle
Most towns up north have been reluctant to embrace legal weed, but Kalkaska’s arms are openCrain’s Detroit Business
Pincanna, a marijuana company, is seeking a spring 2020 opening at 1234 E. Grand River Ave.The State News
KALKASKA COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) — A new medical marijuana provisioning center is now hiring for their location in northern Michigan.Upnorthlive.com
KALKASKA — More than 40 people showed up to a provisioning center hiring event organized by what the local compliance officer called, “the most professional group I’ve ever worked with.”Traverse City Record Eagle
Looking to plant the seeds of a career in cannabis?9 & 10 News
KALKASKA – Officials with the Village of Kalkaska in recent years have worked to cultivate industry, based on Michigan’s changing medical marijuana laws.The Review
He’s trading in the Stanley Cup for the Cannabis Cup. Leamington’s Darren McCarty, the former Detroit Red Wings enforcer and four-time Stanley Cup champ, is getting into the pot business.Windsor Star
Red Wings hockey star Darren McCarty already has four Stanley Cups under his belt, but that’s not enough.Uppermichigansource.com
A former Stanley Cup champion hockey player is getting into the cannabis business, and it’s safe to say that he is a believer in the product.High Times
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