Report: Verndale liquor stores lost fifth most in state in '08
As the Verndale City Council struggles with what to do with its two municipal liquor stores, a state auditor's report for the year concluded Dec. 31, 2008 shows Verndale lost the fifth-highest amount of money from operations in all of Minnesota.
Verndale had a net loss of $58,863 in 2008, according to the report. Other area towns' liquor stores also made the list of 42 that lost money instead of made it in '08: Parkers Prairie ($18,137 loss), Sebeka ($10,320) and Bertha ($5,012).
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