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Wed February 24, 2010
Trigg County Golf Course Asks to Sell Alcohol
By Angela Hatton
Cadiz, KY – A Trigg County golf course manager is asking for the right to sell alcohol at the course. The Cadiz Record reports Arrowhead Golf Course's Jeremy Ross spoke before the Trigg County Fiscal Court's meeting last night. He says since the county repealed prohibition entirely, he should have the right to sell alcohol at the club house. Golf courses were not included in the alcohol ordinance the county approved in December. Ross says his course stands to lose business to other counties if he cannot offer alcohol. Judge-Executive Stan Humphries says he may consider bringing the issue before the fiscal court.