Voters in Ripley say yes to liquor sales
by Associated Press
Published: August 14,2013
RIPLEY — Voters in this Tippah County community have approved two proposals to allow the sale of liquor.
WTVA reports Proposition 1, governing sale of liquor and wine, passed by a vote of 887-721 in Tuesday’s voting.
Proposition 2, to permit the sale of beer and what is described as light wine, was approved on a vote of 883-684.
Tippah County Circuit Clerk Randy Graves says the vote is official and includes affidavits and absentee ballots.
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