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Nov. 14, 2011MARYVILLE, MO |  By: Wayman

Finish Line Hearing

A Maryville business raided several times by law enforcement has a hearing on its liquor license tonight.

Finish Line convenience store and gas station was closed earlier this year after the Nodaway County Sheriff's Office seized merchandise believed to be synthetic drugs. It has since re-opened later the city of Maryville investigated reports the gas station was selling fuel with water in it. Now, Nodaway County prosecutor Robert Rice says his office has been reviewing reports Finish Line might have been selling alcohol to minors.

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The Maryville City Council is meeting this evening to consider the status of Finish Line's liquor license.