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Thu January 28, 2010
Trigg Alcohol Decision Monday
By Jacque Day
Cadiz, Ky. – A Trigg County Circuit Court judge will announce his decision Monday on whether Montgomery precinct residents can vote to reinstate prohibition. Circuit judge C.A. Woodall heard brief arguments Thursday from county attorney H.B. Quinn, Montgomery petitioners attorney Don Thomas and Grow Trigg attorney W.E. Petey Rogers III. This week, alcohol was sold legally in Trigg County for the first time in more than 100 years. To date, four beer licenses have been issued in the county, and several more licenses are pending. None of the pending or issued licenses are in the Montgomery precinct.