"It was just one of those situations where the consensus was the dry's won, so everybody packed up their bags and went away and I suppose law enforcement believed it too because everywhere else in the county was dry," Calfee said.
Calfee said the mayor double checked with the liquor board in Austin, the State Attorney General's office, the Secretary of State's office and through all of this research, he could find no reason why that precinct in Seagraves was ever dry.
Upon learning this, business owners in that precinct have begun to sell beer and wine.
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