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UPDATE: ABC director revokes River Valley Relief’s cultivation license

UPDATE: ABC director revokes River Valley Relief’s cultivation license

The director of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Division revoked the cultivation license of River Valley Relief after a nearly hour-long hearing on Monday. River Valley, which has already appealed a court ruling in the matter to the state Supreme Court, can appeal the decision to the ABC board.

Nolan plans appeal to state Supreme Court, ABC revocation hearing still set for Monday

Nolan plans appeal to state Supreme Court, ABC revocation hearing still set for Monday

Storm Nolan, owner of an embattled Fort Smith cultivation facility, filed a notice Tuesday that he intends to appeal his case to the state Supreme Court after a Pulaski County judge ruled earlier this month that the state erred when it issued him a license. Nolan is still scheduled to go before the director of… View Article

Judge denies Nolan new trial in case over River Valley license

Judge denies Nolan new trial in case over River Valley license

Circuit Judge Herb Wright denied the owner of an embattled Fort Smith cultivation facility from intervening in a case that could determine his business’ fate and denied him a new trial in the matter in a pair of rulings issued Monday. 

Nolan asks for new trial, says he’s due ABC hearing and $6 million of marijuana could be wasted

Nolan asks for new trial, says he’s due ABC hearing and $6 million of marijuana could be wasted

Storm Nolan, owner of an embattled Fort Smith cultivation facility, filed a motion late Thursday asking for a new trial and arguing that the judge had made “fundamental errors of fact and law.” A motion filed Friday argues that Nolan is due an ABC hearing over his license and that $6 million worth of marijuana could be wasted.

River Valley Relief names Kenaga as president

River Valley Relief names Kenaga as president

River Valley Relief has named Ryan Kenaga as its president. The Arkansas native was the Fort Smith cultivator’s vice president of processing.

Wana party? River Valley party celebrates arrival of gummies

Wana party? River Valley party celebrates arrival of gummies

River Valley Relief held a launch party on Saturday for Wana-brand gummies, which hit Arkansas shelves last week. River Valley Relief is the exclusive producer of Wana products in Arkansas.

Wana gummies hit Arkansas market

Wana gummies hit Arkansas market

Gummies from the international edible brand Wana hit Arkansas shelves last week thanks to an exclusive partnership with River Valley Relief Cultivation. 

River Valley Relief Cultivation medical marijuana strains hit the market

River Valley Relief Cultivation medical marijuana strains hit the market

River Valley Relief Cultivation is the latest medical marijuana grower to deliver cannabis to Arkansas dispensaries. The Fort Smith-based cultivator has supplied some dozen strains to about a dozen dispensaries over the last week, owner Storm Nolan said. It’ll be everywhere soon, he said. “We’re slowly getting it rolled out to everybody.” 

Dr. Yes is high on Grape Pie #2 from River Valley Relief

Dr. Yes is high on Grape Pie #2 from River Valley Relief

This is the first of a new weekly series of reviews of Arkansas medical marijuana strains.

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