Estill County Still 'Dry'

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Updated: 1/15/2013 7:00 pm
Estill County was voted to be a 'dry' county once again Tuesday.

The county clerk reported 3,188 people voted in the wet/dry decision--1,569 voted to allow alcohol sales; 1,619 voted against it.

Estill County remained 'dry' by a margin of 50 votes.

This was the first wet/dry vote in over 50 years--the last one was held in 1960.
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