Posted by Steve Leader on August 20, 2014
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Some high end restaurants in San Francisco are having their customers pay in advance for meals when they make their online reservations.
Bill Perry, with the Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association, says whether it happens here is a question of, “whether or not you can get away with it.”
According to Perry, certain types of restaurants might consider requiring pre-pay, …
Posted by Steve Leader on March 31, 2014
A large amount of California farmland will be left idle this year because of severe drought. One of the ripple effects could be a drop in demand for Oregon seeds. That may not seem like a big deal. But it could be.
Katie Faust, with the Oregon Farm Bureau, says the state grows a lot of seed crops. Many are sold …
Posted by Associated Press on March 20, 2014
CLEONE, Calif. (AP) – The suspect in a shootout that killed a Northern California sheriff’s deputy Wednesday did not commit suicide as authorities had previously reported, but was killed by a police officer.
Mendocino County Sheriff Tom Allman told KTVU-TV on Wednesday evening that initial reports that the suspect, Ricardo Anthony Chaney, had been killed in the shootout rather than taking …
A recall of meat products harvested from diseased animals has been expanded to include locations in Oregon and Washington. Rancho Feeding Corps. of Petaluma, California recalled nine million pounds of meat products just over a week ago after it was disclosed they had harvested meat from sick animals between January, 2013 and the 7th of last month.
The USDA now says …