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05/26/16

The Mercer Estates Wine Bar inside the 17,000-seat KeyArena operates whenever there's a concert - starting with Bruce Springsteen on March 26 - or a sporting event such as the Seattle Storm of the Women's National Basketball Association or Seattle University men's basketball.

05/26/16

Enforcement of labor laws for forest workers was criticized during a recent Oregon legislative hearing.

05/26/16

USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service plans to build new automated snow survey sites to better understand mid-elevation snowpack, which seems to be disappearing early in recent years.

05/26/16

Eight long-time home winemakers join forces for new Camp Creek Cellars label

05/25/16

The survey results will help the Wine Research Advisory Committee, a subcommittee of the Washington State Wine Commission, identify pressing needs within the industry for research. The committee will analyze more than 100 research topics suggested by survey respondents during their annual review.

05/25/16

A dam-raising project in Oregon's Hood River County was one of nine water projects to receive a total $8.9 million from state regulators.

05/25/16

Competition was stiff for Conservation Reserve Program contracts in Idaho during the recent general sign-up, leaving many growers to enroll in more rigorous continuous-enrollment programs land conservation programs.

05/25/16

Wenatchee's Terry and Vivian Flanagan named winery after sons Ryan and Patrick. Ryan, 24, was working to become the winemaker when he died in a car accident in 2004

05/25/16

Featured wines in the wine bar, which Mercer estimated at 1,000 square feet, include the Mercer Canyons Red Blend and Riesling

05/24/16

For decades, wineries in Oregon's Willamette Valley have flung open their doors for visitors every Memorial Day weekend. And in the past few years, most Oregon wine regions have joined in.

05/24/16

A proposed tax on the sales of large businesses would generate more than $6 billion

05/24/16

The Idaho Water Resource Board has budgeted $500,000 toward the first year of a five-year effort to study Treasure Valley aquifers and develop an improved model to predict their function.

05/23/16

Growing 1,200-case producer offers custom crush services to smaller state operations

05/20/16

Lemberger never really had a chance when it was introduced to Washington in the 1960s and '70s. And that's too bad, says winemaker Wade Wolfe, owner of Thurston Wolfe Winery in Prosser, because it's a red wine grape that is perfectly suited to grow in Washington's vast Columbia Valley and it makes a beautiful wine.

05/19/16

Friends of Family Farmers, an Oregon nonprofit that supports small-scale and beginning producers, will soon have a new website that will help farmers find land, advice and other support.

05/19/16

With demand for organic products continuing to accelerate, the Oregon Department of Agriculture is stepping in to help growers, processors and handlers meet the cost of USDA certification this year.

05/19/16

Questions about the constitutionality of Oregon's "right to farm" law, which shields growers from some lawsuits, have been resurrected in a pesticide dispute in Curry County.

05/19/16

Winery deal is part of a larger investment in the Walla Walla industry

05/19/16

Randy Ford has been promoted from Vice President to Senior Vice President of Sales, Eastern U.S. Ford, who joined King Estate in 2007, will continue to be based in Daytona Beach, Fla. Edward Holmes has been promoted from Northwest Regional Manager to Vice President of Sales, Western U.S., including Canada. Based in the greater Seattle, Wash., area, Holmes has been with King Estate since 2011.

05/19/16

Prior to joining Union, Durette served as senior vice president of global sales at King Estate Winery

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