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If you imbibe, don’t drive

Authorities focus on alcohol-related crashes as New Year’s Eve approaches

Tonight, many area residents will celebrate New Year’s Eve. Many of those celebrations will involve alcohol.
“We ask all the citizens of Barton County please celebrate the coming of the new year responsibly and wish everyone a happy and prosperous 2014,” said Barton County Sheriff Brian Bellendir.
“The Sheriff’s Office will have extra officers out on patrol will be actively looking for impaired drivers,” Bellendir said. Officers will also give rides to the individual persons who may be impaired if they have no other means of transportation. This applies only outside of corporate city limits and we will ...

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