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06/07/16

Grocery stores with pharmacies or liquor-licensed drugstores can only have one location in the state where they can sell full-strength beer, wine or spirits. That applies to chain grocery retailers like King Soopers, Safeway, Target and Wal-Mart, as well as locally-owned grocery stores. Such grocery stores have been trying to change the law for years. Lawmakers have unsuccussfully tried to persuade their colleagues to allow those sales at least four times in the past decade.

05/27/16

Colorado Mesa University will offer the only viticulture and enology program in the state starting in the fall, providing western Colorado's grape-growing and wine-producing industries a much-needed pool of trained potential employees.

05/27/16

The 10,000-square-foot building is under construction adjacent to the winery's tasting room, according to owner Tony Kooyumjian.

05/26/16

Sure, Colorado's got the whole continental divide thing going for it. Plus the mountains, the elevation, the scenery, and the avid outdoor sports enthusiasm that it inspires.

05/25/16

A measure to give voters a chance to permit the sale of wine and strong beer in supermarkets and convenience stores was approved Monday by the Oklahoma Senate and sent to the House for final passage.

05/24/16

A measure to give voters a chance to permit the sale of wine and strong beer in supermarkets and convenience stores was approved Monday by the Oklahoma Senate and sent to the House for final passage

05/24/16

The business is owned by four partners, including brothers Mike, Ken and Don Flesch, and Henry Slodkowski.

05/16/16

Tourist and wine lovers, both from the Grand Valley and out of state, participated in the 13th Barrel into Spring wine tasting event

05/13/16

Like Charlie Brown trying to kick the ball away from Lucy, efforts to pass Sunday liquor sales were met with the same predictable results in the Minnesota House of Representatives. It failed, badly

05/13/16

The policy allows, but doesn't require potential sales. It also specifies that beer and wine access must be controlled and restricts the beverage sales to premium seating at student athletic events.

05/13/16

Governor unsure of what the bill does, as ballot initiative is still planned for grocery store sales

05/13/16

Colorado's legislature has approved the biggest change to the state's liquor regulations since Prohibition

05/13/16

Colorado House passed the bill Wednesday to allow grocery stores to buy liquor licenses and sell full strength beer and wine. If the bill becomes a state law, it will direct how the grocery stores can obtain licenses.

05/12/16

The Distilled Spirits Council today praised the Colorado Legislature for passing compromise legislation (SB 197), which modernizes Colorado's alcohol laws by allowing the sale of spirits, wine and beer in grocery stores.

05/12/16

The bill would allow grocery stores to slowly obtain liquor licenses over the next 20 years. Liquor stores would be allowed up to four licenses instead of the current limit of one.

05/11/16

A so-called "compromise" bill between Colorado's liquor stores and grocery stores passed the State House Business Affairs and Labor committee Tuesday afternoon with a 10-3 vote.

05/06/16

the video went viral and Megan had 26 million shares and views on her video

05/04/16

The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma is dedicating a portion of its land to a vineyard and winery to support its local economy

05/03/16

On Tuesday night the city of Olathe will make a decision that could have a big impact on business for Stone Pillar Winery

05/03/16

Frequent guests of River Ridge Winery in Scott City will see new faces behind the tasting table and in the restaurant next time they come for a visit

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