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Lockney approves alcohol sales

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LOCKNEY, TX (KCBD) -

Lockney will be the latest West Texas town to allow alcohol sales after Saturday's election, with 221 voting FOR and 157 AGAINST.

Archie Jones won the mayor's race over incumbent Tina Graves, and the town just barely voted against hiring a city manager.

Bond proposals for $3.3 million in new school and sports facilities both passed.

LOCKNEY MAYOR'S RACE FINAL VOTE
Archie Jones 230
Tina Graves 143 (incumbent)

Proposition 1 – Allow alcohol sales in Lockney
FOR 221
AGAINST 157

Proposition 2 – To hire a city manager
FOR 271
AGAINST 93

Lockney ISD At Large School Board member
Kirk Wilson - 255
Joe Smith - 208

Lockney ISD Bond Proposition 1 $3.3M for School Facilities
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
For - 345 - 71%
Against - 140 - 29%

Lockney ISD Bond Proposition 2 $3.3M for Sports Facilities
100% OF PRECINCTS REPORTING
For - 288 - 59%
Against - 198 - 41%

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