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The pool table has fallen silent. The liquor bottles, many half full, remain at attention. But, the padlock on the door and the massive “For Sale” sign at one of Spokane’s iconic watering holes foretells a different future.
The Idaho State Police Alcohol Beverage Control division is trying to crack down on individuals who use their liquor license sparingly or not at all, according to a bill introduced to the Idaho House Judiciary, Rules and Administration Committee last month.
On Wednesday and Thursday the two United Clubs in Terminal C of Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey couldn’t serve any beer, wine or spirits until a forgotten liquor license was renewed.
Former Daiquiri Factor owner Jamie Pendleton is facing legal trouble again, this time for possibly stealing his daughter’s identity by using her name to apply for a liquor license without her consent.
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.
OLYMPIA — The rights to operate Washington's state-owned liquor stores have all been auctioned off, at prices ranging from about $750,000 for a store in Tacoma to just under $50,000 for a store in Spokane. The state will collect $30.7 million from the auction.
BOISE – Legislative budget writers have now set all state agency budgets for next year, finishing their work by setting the Medicaid budget on Friday. In total, the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee has appropriated slightly less than Gov. Butch Otter recommended: $2.7billion, or a 6.8 percent increase from this year. Otter recommended an appropriation of $2.72 billion in state general funds, which would’ve been a 7.4 percent increase from this year. Factors playing into the difference include a much lower figure for expected public school student growth, at 50 classrooms’ worth of kids rather than 150.
The sign is big and bold and black and white, and it reads: "Beer, wine, cigarettes, grocery." I am standing outside Hai's market on South Perry Street. The windows are partially covered with cigarette advertising, lottery signs and beer posters. Drinking, smoking or gambling – whatever your poison is, it is right here.