A group of Turangi residents opposed to the sale of synthetic cannabis have won a week long battle to get the town’s sole supplier to withdraw all stocks of the party drug from sale – with some help from a good samaritan.
The protest action led to convenience store owner Sanjay Malaviya returning 60 per cent of the stock to two main suppliers who agreed to take it back and refund him the money.
Concerns about Duluth’s well-documented problems with synthetic marijuana have prompted concerns for officials in Superior. Now, state Sen. Bob Jauch, D-Poplar, and Rep. Nick Milroy, D-South Range, are joining forces with community leaders to discuss problems caused by synthetic marijuana in northwestern Wisconsin. They are hosting a roundtable discussion at 2:30 p.m. today in Room 270 of the Government Center. Superior Mayor Bruce Hagen and Douglas County Administrator Andy Lisak, among other local, law enforcement and health officials plan to attend to discuss rumors that Duluth’s problems could spill over to Superior’s shore. The rumors prompted the mayor to […]
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – To law enforcement agencies, the disappearance of a Missouri woman and her young daughter for four days had all the markings of an abduction: a cryptic text message asking for help, a phone call that sounded like it was being read from a script, […]