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05/21/20

Washington State University staff collect wine grape tissue samples for virus screening in March at Washington State University's Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center in Prosser. Front to back are Lakshmi Movva, Raphael Adegbola, Noma Chingandu and Chandra Thammina.

05/21/20

Cork & Barrel Funds 20% of Net Revenue of KIDS Center--Every Cent Needed to Serve Expected Rise in Child Abuse Cases as a Result of COVID-19

05/20/20

Oregon Vine Perks encourages Oregon wine lovers to shop and qualify for two-for-one tastings, discounts and more at tasting rooms, all while donating to Oregon Food Bank

05/20/20

Housing providers have 10 days to update their housing management plans to reflect the new requirements, which are in effect for up to 120 days and require housing providers to:

05/19/20

In recent days, several tasting rooms have reopened with new safety measures in place, but some wineries have decided to wait a bit longer

05/19/20

"Quite frankly, I don't know how a lot of restaurants are going to fare through this," said Marv Ransom who owns the Oregon POUR Authority and Pizza Studio in Grants Pass.

05/19/20

Anyone from the Class of 1980 in Spokane, Wash., will remember where they were and what they were doing when ash from Mount St. Helens began to fall 40 years ago on May 18.

05/19/20

The Oregon Supreme Court late Monday halted a rural judge's order earlier in the day that had tossed out statewide coronavirus restrictions imposed by Democratic Gov. Kate Brown.

05/18/20

Winery tasting rooms that open their doors to the public will need to adhere to the same social distancing guidelines as restaurants. A task force developed recommended guidelines for tasting room staff training and visitor safety that "go above and beyond the governor's re-opening requirements."

05/18/20

"Research clearly shows that many Americans are eager to begin traveling again as soon as it is allowed, but concerns over their health and safety away from home are a primary barrier to doing so."

05/18/20

Small wineries and growers have been hit particularly hard by the economic slowdown.

05/15/20

Since its inception in 1988, Auction of Washington Wines (AWW) has raised more than $50 million, benefiting Seattle Children's Hospital and Washington State University Wine Science Center.

05/15/20

Evolution 2019 Oregon Pinot Noir and Evolution 2019 Lucky No. 9 White Blend will be packaged in 1.5-liter boxes that also feature a new contemporary look for the brand.

05/15/20

Two separate lawsuits filed against Liquor Store investor Cooper DuBois claim he inappropriately hugged, kissed, and groped the bar's employees

05/15/20

The commitment to safety is seen in the newly created Tasting Room Guidelines, developed by a task force of wineries from across the state. These go above and beyond the governor's reopening requirements.

05/14/20

Oregon wineries are finding creative ways to stay in touch with their customers while tasting room doors remain closed due to the coronavirus. If you need a wine-related distraction, these six events are guaranteed to educate and entertain.

05/14/20

Location, location, location is the mantra for real estate, whether home or business. It's true for vineyards, too. However, a vineyard's needs are way different than a building.

05/13/20

Celebrate the Bubbly Revolution, in which we compare and contrast sparkling wine from around the world. We'll explore what's happening with Washington State fizz right now-which is currently booming-and will make you not only rethink what sparkling wine has traditionally been, but also what this up and coming region can produce. We'll also take a trip to dive into some bubbles from historic Champagne and classic California to see how these styles differ and overlap.

05/12/20

Idaho residents have been successful at reducing infections and deaths because of the coronavirus, and it's time to start restoring normal activity, Gov. Brad Little said Thursday.

05/11/20

Employees from the Newberg Mail Room, Mitchell Wine Group, Galaxy Wine Company and Northwest Distribution and Storage loaded their vans with 1,413 cases of wine and 268 cases of non-alcoholic sparkling wine grape juice. They were delivered to Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) and Legacy Health in Portland, Providence Newberg Medical Center, and PeaceHealth Medical Group and McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center in Eugene.

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