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Beer Ban Upheld

The Rexburg City Council unanimously rejected a proposed ordinance that would have repealed the ban on Sunday beer sales. “I think that the very, very vast majority of Rexburg didn’t …

County Rescues Detox Center With $10,000 A Month Center Will Likely Stay Open Through 1995

Spokane’s refuge for street drunks dodged financial death Wednesday, and will likely stay open through the end of the year. The county rescued the indebted detox center by agreeing to …

Liquor Board Takes Some Shots Over Privitizing

A workman unloads liquor at Idaho’s liquor dispensary in Boise. Photo by Betsy Z. Russell/The Spokesman-Review

Study Doubts Impact Of Alcoholic Parents

College women whose parents are alcoholics have no higher rate of suffering from substance abuse or eating disorders than the general population. So finds a team of researchers from Texas …

Adults Face Charges For Private Drinking By Minors

If minors drink in private homes, clubs or even motels, police also will be able to arrest the adults who own the property under a law signed Thursday. For years, …

Booze Buyers Like Liquor Proposal Ending State-Run Liquor Stores Would Likely Lower Prices

Cost and convenience are two big selling points for Gov. Mike Lowry’s proposal to let private enterprise handle liquor sales in Washington, judging by the reaction of booze buyers. “I …