Clark County residents approved the sale of liquor by the drink three decades after many of their fellow Kansans had already done so. The issue passed 635 to 330.
Clark County residents approved the sale of liquor by the drink three decades after many of their fellow Kansans had already done so. The issue passed 635 to 330. Travis Heying File photo
Clark County residents approved the sale of liquor by the drink three decades after many of their fellow Kansans had already done so. The issue passed 635 to 330. Travis Heying File photo

Two Kansas counties approve liquor by the drink

November 09, 2016 04:17 PM