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CdA Resort Bar Dodges Stiffer Penalty

The Coeur d’Alene Resort will dodge a costly penalty after one of its bars was hit with a second state liquor law violation in just over a year. Splash, a resort sports bar at Sherman Avenue and Second Street, was cited by the Idaho State Police for serving a minor in early May. A similar violation there in April 2013 resulted in a five-day suspension of the resort’s liquor license, and because the license covers multiple venues, the resort closed several of its restaurants and lounges during that suspension in early January. A second offense within three years could lead to a license suspension of 15 to 30 days. But the resort recently made a change to its alcohol license structure that protects it from a penalty that severe/Scott Maben, SR. More here. (SR file photo)


You Can Wet Your Whistle In Hauser

All of the business establishments that sell alcoholic drinks are in business except for Wendy’s Hauser Lake Resort and they hopefully will have their license very soon. The City Clerk, Cheri Howell, is trying to get a quorum together for a special council meeting this Thursday to approve their license. So hang in there my drinking friends. Things are looking good/Frum Helen Back. Hauser Thoughts.

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