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Couple loses everything, tribes defend attacks, and Refillery sustains success
VNN Weekly Digest November 1-7
Here’s a look at the week’s top stories:
Tulsa entrepreneurs lose everything in house fire
(OKLAHOMA) Just two months after launching their business, a Tulsa couple is facing the worst setback of their lives.
Tribes defend reservations amid continued attacks
(MVSKOKE NATION) As the United States Supreme Court ruling reaffirming the reservation status of tribes in Oklahoma extends its application to the Quapaw Reservation, the state is actively attempting to diminish the ruling made in July of last year.
New "Refillery" promotes sustainability with natural product lines
(MICHIGAN) The shelves inside The Refillery Traverse City are stocked with bamboo toothbrushes, natural deodorant, reusable linen coffee filters, and other products owner Sarah Lang said are not only better for the environment, but your body, too.
Purple Kush: The Relaxing, Calming High
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(NATIONAL) Purple Kush has been a classic Indica strain for decades. Its powerful and relaxing euphoria is what kept it popular over all that time. The strain that started in the Hindu Kush mountains of Afghanistan has grown into a worldwide favorite.
And next week's Green Country forecast:
Warmer than normal then lower than normal temperatures next week
High temperatures well above normal are expected Sunday and Monday with gusty southerly winds both days.
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