Nature's Mercantile + CBD Store opens Richardson location
Nature's Mercantile CBD Store opened in January. (Tracy Ruckel/Community Impact)
Makenzie graduated from Tarleton State University in 2019 with a degree in communications. While in school, she interned at the Weatherford Democrat and was editor of Texan News Service, a news outlet at Tarleton. She enjoys true crime podcasts, riding horses, and spending time with her dog.
The city's shelter-in-place order expires April 30.
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The engineering department is looking into the possibility of building ventilators, according to a university official.
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The Cleaning Force started a private Facebook group for area first responders that allows them access to the professional cleaning service’s disinfectant.
After looking into the process and noticing the scarcity of ingredients, owner Evan Batt realized the urgent need for the product.