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Cannatown is a quaint and quiet town built upon the confluence of the mighty IcyBong and Resinald Rivers, amidst the misty foothills of the Highlands. It was originally founded by J. Van Cannaby the first, who had wandered into the river valley while panning for bowls. Upon finding himself in the lush pastures with sparkling flower, he quickly made a hearth to spark great heaps in a mighty bonfire for himself and his posse -- and, as legend goes, exclaimed "Eureka" or, "I have found it!" Today the J. Van Cannaby name still remains atop the city Seal, and, as demanded in his dying will and testament, every Mayor since has been a direct descendent.
Hikers, thrill-seekers and others journeying into the Highlands herald Cannatown as the gateway to some of the most beautiful country on this earth, beginning with rolling pastures of cannabis crops on all sides. Cannatown is buffered by a circle of neighboring townships, villages and suburbs, such as Spliffington Falls and Hash Creek, or the lowlands of Shwagsbury and Steem’s Point, in the harsher nearby terrains.
The city’s main economic staple is Cannabis. Households pay into the public utility for monthly supply of cannabis and smakeables sourced from the city’s public gardens -- a gigantic operation which employs just over half the city’s residents. Another 30% work in the private cannabis industry, tending private gardens, small local boutiques for travelers to the Highlands, Highlands trinkets and baubles, schools and training (such as the renowned Cannatown University), or even museums and strain-centric emporiums, as in the case of regular Dispatches columnist and owner of Purp’s Purp, Bertrand DePurp. At least 2% are involved in mining, which includes refining and processing of scraped Highlands resin in some of the city’s most depraved industrial areas.
Dispatches from the Highlands, the city’s sole periodical, was the Cannatown Register from its founding in 1879 until about 1928, when a managing editor noticed that “Register” was added in error to the newspaper registration form by an early, high intern. Always the public forum for an old-school population, the paper has reported on some of the most hard-hitting stories of our time, such as:
The Dispatches family is proud to present completely unique content -- a cannacopia of squibs, lifestyle columns, reviews and deals from across the globe. The publication is written and edited by a mostly-ripped team of writers headquartered in the heart of Cannatown, and assisted by their old friends, the columnists of CANNAPAGES including:
You can read the stories from Dispatches in every bi-monthly installment of CANNAPAGES -- or find the most updated stories on our Dispatches Page.
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