Liquor licenses will be a hot commodity if voters approve a November measure to let the state’s second-largest county go “wet,” said Michael Langley, director of the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Division.
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News, Pages 12 on 08/08/2012
Print Headline: Will Benton County's dry spell be ending?