Controversial signs in north Texas stir alcohol sales debate

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by CBS News Channel 10

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Posted on October 25, 2013 at 6:42 PM

CLARENDON, Texas - The controversy surrounding the sale of alcohol in Donley County continues after new signs in town caused the debate to pick up steam.

Yard signs supporting or opposing political items on an election ballot aren't uncommon, but the messages found on a few signs in Clarendon hit some pretty hot button issues: alcohol and Jesus.

Don Stone is responsible for posting one of the signs a few weeks ago, asking citizens, "for Jesus' sake" to vote against alcohol sales.

"I think he'll love me more if I vote no," said Stone. "I think it is more in line with God's will."

But, it wasn't long before others in town, like Trevor Leeper, joined this war of words.

Read more at CBS News Channel 10.

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