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The farm and food movement has lost a critical leader with the passing of Lou Anne Kling, Minnesota Farm Advocate


The Pinot, Pigs & Poets Committee, in collaboration with the Nebraska Pork Producers Association, has announced the eighth annual Pinot, Pigs & Poets to be held at Happy Hollow Club on June 1. All proceeds benefit the Completely KIDS weekend and after-school food programs.


The Minneapolis liquor store Surdyk's (SUR'-diks) has agreed to pay a much larger fine than first envisioned for jumping the gun on a state law allowing Sunday sales


The battle over alcohol stores in tiny Whiteclay, Neb., has been going on for decades. Home to roughly about a dozen people, the town has been called a "rural skid row." Images of Lakota people openly drinking in town or staggering drunk on its streets are commonplace.


The concessions company at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville has filed applications to sell alcohol at sports facilities, but the school's athletic director says the university has no plans to expand alcohol sales on campus


Eight vineyards have tested positive for the vineyard pest; growers focused on preventing spread


Video presents how grape growers can use MSU Enviroweather, a weather-based information system for pest and vineyard management


Legislation introduced Tuesday to permit independent liquor stores to amass more than twice as many licenses as last year's landmark compromise allows has groups representing smaller merchants warning the move will devastate Colorado's mom-and-pop retail landscape, but the bill's sponsors and supporters say it's simply an attempt to level the playing field


The move would allow liquor sales at Walmart, which was accidentally left out of last year's overhaul.


Its swift end-of-session path resembles that taken last year by the seismic Senate Bill 197, though rather than pitting liquor stores against grocery stores, this new iteration pits larger liquor stores against smaller ones.


Target and Total Wine revive their requests to the city of Minnetonka.


Growing wine grapes remained a dream for cold climate farmers until amateur botanist Elmer Swenson turned viticulture upside down in the 1970s, when he debuted 'Swenson Red' in partnership with the University of Minnesota.


A Nebraska Science Festival event featuring a wine made off the coast of Portugal.


The biggest and most controversial change to Kansas alcohol regulation in decades looms in the not-too-distant future.


Make sure the winery is licensed to ship to South Dakota before you join its wine club. You can also check the Department of Revenue website beforehand to see if a winery is licensed to ship.


"The presence of phylloxera to Colorado is not a reason to panic," explains Warren Winiarski.


Kalamazoo-based Imperial Beverage said last month it has begun statewide distribution of four spirit brands.


Three area wineries have been named to Minnesota's top 10 by the Best of Minnesota website.


A Senate panel on Tuesday approved a resolution calling for a study during the interim on the distribution of beer and wine.


The Missouri House has given initial approval to a bill that would allow liquor stores and groceries to advertise savings and deals outside of their stores.

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