April 15, 2021

The Weed That Helped Merle Haggard Perform Into His Seventies Will Soon Be Available In Colorado

first_imgIf your image of Merle Haggard is the “Okie From Muskogee,” then clearly you didn’t know Merle Haggard in the 2000’s. According to a new feature in Rolling Stone, Haggard not only warmed up to the use of marijuana, but relied on it heavily to tour in the later years of his life.As the story goes, Haggard grew medicinal marijuana on his 280-acre ranch in California, and was particularly fond of sativas. Eyeing the new marijuana market in Colorado, his family had partnered up with Colorado Weed Co. to expand the operation, but unfortunately Haggard passed away on April 9th, 2016. Since then, his family has been working with the Colorado Weed Co. to get Haggard’s weed in distribution.“The sativas kept him going, kept him creative, kept him getting out there and being able to play,” says Colorado Weed Co.’s Michael Smith in the interview. Thus, the new strain – which will be called Merle’s Girls – will soon hit the shops in Colorado. They plan to expand into Washington, Oregon, and California in the coming years.Though Merle Haggard will always be remembered for his music, 420-friendly fans will now have a new way to honor his legacy.last_img read more

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Balance sheet basics in a changing economy

first_imgInterest rates and fixed costs are rising, liquidity is shrinking, and the U.S. economy is showing signs that it could soon slow down. These factors and others underscore uncertainty in today’s economic climate, which can prove challenging to credit unions. However, organizations that manage their balance sheets to absorb potential shocks are well positioned to report positive performance in any environment.In practice, balance sheet management involves forecasting a credit union’s cash flow and other behaviors for each asset and liability in a variety of scenarios. MJ Coon, chief financial officer of Ent Credit Union($5.6B, Colorado Springs, CO), describes balance sheet management as “planning to ensure the credit union remains safe and sound in any interest rate or economic environment.”For Ent, it looks at how economic changes will affect its net economic value (NEV) ratio and its net interest income. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

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Dubs don’t fancy “Trip to Tipp”

first_imgDublin County Board aren’t happy that their Round 2 All Ireland hurling qualifier with Tipperary has been fixed for Thurles this Saturday.It’s understood Dublin have contacted the Central Competition Control Committee for a review of the decision.County board Chairman Sean Shanley describes it as a terrible decision which amounts to an insult to Dublin hurling. Photo © Tipp FM However Tipp FM Sports editor Stephen Gleeson says the Dubs can’t have it both ways.Former Dublin hurler Conal Keaney doesn’t agree with holding thegame in Semple.Keaney says the Premier should not have home advantage in such a big game.Throw-in is at 5 o’clock in Semple Stadium on Saturday evening with full live coverage here on Tipp FM.That will be followed at 7 by the clash of Kilkenny and Waterford.last_img read more

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