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12/07/18

As CEO Of Missouri's Major Brands, Inc., she is the only woman to run a major wine and spirits wholesaler in the United States--but that's not all that makes her unique. In 2012, Susan McCollum took the helm at Major Brands after the passing of her husband, Todd Epsten, from brain cancer. While attending law school at Washington University in St. Louis and raising two teen-age sons, she added representing the third generation of family ownership for the 84-year-old company. McCollum was quickly immersed in the complicated world of wine and spirits distribution, and tasked with leading a 600-person organization that represents over 400 suppliers and serves over 9,000 customers.

11/29/18

The proposed hourly wages would increase 6.3 percent nationwide and 15-23 percent in three regions of the Mountain West.

11/28/18

At a 4B meeting Monday afternoon, Andy Lee and 6th Street Winery and Tasting Room owner Bill Andersen spoke to the board of directors to request funds to aid in renovation of a historic downtown building.

11/28/18

The number of farms filing for bankruptcy is increasing across the Upper Midwest, following low prices for corn, soybeans, milk and beef, according to a new analysis from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. The analysis found that 84 farms filed for bankruptcy in Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana in the 12 months that ended in June. That's more than double the number over the same period in 2013 and 2014.

11/20/18

Washington County District 1 Commissioner Mitch Antle says that it's up by about 30-percent since the higher point beer and wine became available in Oklahoma on Oct. 1.

11/20/18

Replica Wines begins in a Denver laboratory where famous name wines they want to replicate are analyzed down to parts per billion.

11/15/18

The Kansas State Fire Marshal says authorities may never know the motive behind the fire that killed a man and heavily damaged the Wyldewood Winery near Paxico off of I-70.

11/13/18

It's 5 o'clock somewhere! Markie Martin shows you the big push to advance Oklahoma's wine and grape industry. Watch the video to learn more.

10/30/18

Lawsuits among the many risks facing marijuana businesses licensed by states but still violating federal law.

10/22/18

Growers and extension experts report a "mixed harvest" because of fluctuating weather

10/18/18

The Arbor Day Foundation, CHEP and Brambles, CHEP's parent company and a global supply-chain logistics leader operating in more than 60 countries, have announced a partnership that will plant trees in the United States and France. At a recent event, Brambles and CHEP kicked off the partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation by donating $75,000 to begin the reforestation projects. As part of their commitment, Brambles and CHEP will plant 60,000 trees in the Mississippi River Valley and 5,000 trees in the Landes region of France this year.

10/16/18

The Kroger Co. is boosting its grocery delivery capabilities through a new partnership that will provide home delivery of wine in certain markets.

10/12/18

Think premier wine travel can only be found in places like California, France or Italy? This Midwest metropolis offers unique experiences unlike any other.

10/12/18

Wine people, those who make it and those who drink it, are a generous lot

10/05/18

The Louisiana Retail Food and Beverage E-Commerce Task Force met Thursday and heard from representatives of the Louisiana-based Waitr food delivery service and Instacart, a California-based grocery delivery company that has been operating in Louisiana since March.

10/01/18

- Company offers a fully-integrated sales and distribution operation now serving grocery and convenience stores, as well as retail customers -

10/01/18

Painter Creek will be making its debut by offering tasting room tours and the initial release of their wines and ciders at Cider Fest on Oct. 6 and 7 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. They hope to hold the official opening soon after, a date to be determined based on licensing.

09/24/18

Starting October 1, Oklahoma wine enthusiasts can have wine shipped directly to their homes and offices by U.S. wineries licensed to ship. Previously, wine lovers in Oklahoma were limited to purchasing only those wines carried by in-state wholesalers and retailers

09/21/18

09/14/18

Nearly 82 years old now, Dick Vermeil still possesses that commanding Buzz Lightyear voice, ageless aura of vitality and … sheer need to work

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