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OLCC suspends Coos Bay Speedway’s liquor license

COOS BAY, Ore. — Coos Bay Speedway Enterprises is no longer allowed to sell alcohol, after the Oregon Liquor Control Commission suspended their liquor license. The OLCC said in a press release, the business violated public health social distancing and face covering …

Record numbers at liquor store for March

OREGON –Alcohol sales at liquor stores are through the roof setting record numbers in the month of March. Oregon Liquor Control Commission liquor stores sold close to $66 million in distilled spirits last month, nearly a 20% increase setting a new March …

Cave Junction bar responds to OLCC shutdown

CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. — The OLCC told NBC5 News it closed a Cave Junction bar for violating the governor’s executive order. After our report yesterday, the bar co-owner tells NBC5 News that’s not the full story. The Oregon Liquor Control Commission says …

OLCC bans CBD-infused alcohol

SALEM, Ore. — Starting next year, bars and restaurants across Oregon won’t be allowed to sell alcohol manufactured with CBD. Thursday, the Oregon Liquor Control Commission announced it will ban CBD-infused alcohol starting January 1. The OLCC said there are currently no …