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Wildfire smoke is a growing concern for winegrape growers and winemakers along the West Coast. Science has already shown that compounds in smoke can be absorbed by grapes and released into finished wine, causing an unpleasant burnt or cigar-like flavor.
Japanese researchers are using bubbles to pollinate fruit trees.
Bulletin photographer Ryan Brennecke captured these images of the Comet NEOWISE, officially named C/2020 F3, which has been streaking across Oregon skies all week. It's a bright, beautiful, once in a lifetime viewing: The frozen ball of space ice won't return to the inner solar system for 6,800 years. The best way to find it at night is around 10 p.m. Look north/northwest near the horizon.
The Oregon State Capitol.
OLYMPIA — A northeast Washington lawmaker has proposed constructing fuel breaks on public lands to keep wildfires from rolling along until the…