Alcohol

Business
5:53 am
Wed March 14, 2012

Alcoholic Beverage Server Training

Businesses that serve alcohol in the city of Paducah might soon face a mandatory obligation to send their staff to alcoholic beverage server training. During the Paducah City Commissioners’ meeting Tuesday, commissioners heard and discussed a presentation on the program, “Server Training in Alcohol Regulations” or “S.T.A.R.”.

Local Option Debate
4:02 pm
Fri February 24, 2012

Marshall County Group Looks to Go Wet

A group comprised of restaurant and resort owners in Marshall County is making a push to allow the sale of alcohol in the county. The group, called "Marshall 1st", is attempting to get the 2,100 petition signatures required by state law to allow the issue to be put up for a special vote. "Marshall 1st" spokesperson Sissy Wommack says the group is taking on the issue to try and boost economic growth.

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Afternoon Update
4:16 pm
Thu February 23, 2012

Afternoon Round-Up 2/23/12

Animal Rescue Corp

Animal Aid:

Kentucky lawmakers were reminded today of a 96 dog rescue in western Kentucky.

A group of Union City volunteers met with Tennessee animal rights activists this week to discuss the establishment of a new animal shelter to serve Obion County.

Jackson Purchase:

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Local Option Debate
3:48 pm
Thu February 23, 2012

Groups Go Head to Head on Issue of Packaged Alcohol Sales

A group of Murray citizens is once again mounting a counter attack to a circulating petition to allow the sale of packaged alcohol in the city. “Keep it out of Murray” spokesman and Memorial Baptist Church Pastor Martin Severns says their petition is a response to the Grow Murray Campaign. Severns says the Keep it Out petition would give residents two choices.  He says,

“It will leave alcohol sales the way they are currently and that is for liquor by the drink or, if the city votes no on that, then it would do away with those alcohol sales.”

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