A sign opposing the sale of hard liquor was displayed last month in front of Waffle Way, a popular local breakfast restaurant. Grapevine voters on Tuesday were asked to decide whether to approve liquor sales.
A sign opposing the sale of hard liquor was displayed last month in front of Waffle Way, a popular local breakfast restaurant. Grapevine voters on Tuesday were asked to decide whether to approve liquor sales. Gordon Dickson Star-Telegram
A sign opposing the sale of hard liquor was displayed last month in front of Waffle Way, a popular local breakfast restaurant. Grapevine voters on Tuesday were asked to decide whether to approve liquor sales. Gordon Dickson Star-Telegram

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