alcohol sales http://ketr.org en Voters approve bonds, alcohol sales get mixed results http://ketr.org/post/voters-approve-bonds-alcohol-sales-get-mixed-results <p>Voters around Northeast Texas said yes to bond proposals, gave a thumbs-up for incumbents and were split on alcohol sales in May 11 elections. Mon, 13 May 2013 16:12:28 +0000 Mark Haslett 37071 at http://ketr.org Voters approve bonds, alcohol sales get mixed results Delta County: Last dry county in East Texas? http://ketr.org/post/delta-county-last-dry-county-east-texas <p>If Mount Vernon voters approve either of two alcohol-sales ballot initiatives on May 11 - and voters in the Piney Woods town of Tatum do the same - that would leave Delta County the last dry county in East Texas.</p><p> Fri, 10 May 2013 19:10:39 +0000 Mark Haslett 36985 at http://ketr.org Delta County: Last dry county in East Texas? Campbell alcohol vote, council contests on tap http://ketr.org/post/campbell-alcohol-vote-council-contests-tap <p>Campbell residents will decide on two ballot initiatives, including one regarding alcohol sales, while voters elsewhere in Hunt County will determine city council races. Fri, 10 May 2013 16:40:23 +0000 Brad Kellar & Mark Haslett 36971 at http://ketr.org Campbell alcohol vote, council contests on tap Mt. Vernon voting on double shot of alcohol measures http://ketr.org/post/mt-vernon-voting-double-shot-alcohol-measures <div class="card-content"><div class="field field-name-body field-type-text-with-summary field-label-hidden "><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"><p>Voters in Mount Vernon will soon vote on two separate alcohol-sales measures. Thu, 09 May 2013 15:57:58 +0000 Mark Haslett 36913 at http://ketr.org Mt. Vernon voting on double shot of alcohol measures Alcohol vote on tap in Mount Vernon http://ketr.org/post/alcohol-vote-tap-mount-vernon <p>Voters in Mount Vernon will soon vote on two separate alcohol-sales measures. Mon, 22 Apr 2013 13:23:47 +0000 Mark Haslett 36101 at http://ketr.org Alcohol vote on tap in Mount Vernon Greenville YMCA, Campbell alcohol sales on ballot http://ketr.org/post/greenville-ymca-campbell-alcohol-sales-ballot <p>There is a lot on the line on the May 11 election ballots in Hunt County.<br><br>Greenville residents will be deciding the fate of a proposed YMCA/event center, millions of dollars in street and road repairs, dozens of proposed amendments to the City of Greenville Charter and who gets to sit in one of the City Council spots.<br><br>Voters in Campbell will be deciding whether to allow the sale of alcohol at local stores, as well as whether to increase the local sales tax.<br><br>And there are multiple city council and school board elections across the county.<br> Mon, 08 Apr 2013 14:21:00 +0000 Brad Kellar 35483 at http://ketr.org Greenville YMCA, Campbell alcohol sales on ballot Campbell conducting liquor, sales tax elections http://ketr.org/post/campbell-conducting-liquor-sales-tax-elections <p>Voters in Campbell will be deciding in May whether to allow the sale of alcohol at local stores, as well as whether to increase the local sales tax. Mon, 11 Mar 2013 17:07:58 +0000 Brad Kellar 34314 at http://ketr.org Campbell conducting liquor, sales tax elections Sulphur Springs Group Hopes "Strong Family" Message Prevents Alcohol Sales Passage http://ketr.org/post/sulphur-springs-group-hopes-strong-family-message-prevents-alcohol-sales-passage <p>SULPHUR SPRINGS - For a group of pastors, “a vote against option 1 and 2 is a vote for strong families and a strong community.” Fri, 19 Oct 2012 12:17:00 +0000 Scott Harvey 28444 at http://ketr.org Sulphur Springs Group Hopes "Strong Family" Message Prevents Alcohol Sales Passage Do Alcohol Sales Have a Negative Impact on Texas Cities? http://ketr.org/post/do-alcohol-sales-have-negative-impact-texas-cities <p>TYLER - Smith County Sheriff J.B. Smith says results of a survey he conducted with more than two dozen Texas cities indicate the introduction of alcohol sales does not increase crime or litter. Thu, 11 Oct 2012 13:27:05 +0000 Scott Harvey 28123 at http://ketr.org Do Alcohol Sales Have a Negative Impact on Texas Cities?