- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 24, 2018

PARKERS PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) - A city in west central Minnesota is getting out of the business of selling liquor.

Parkers Prairie in Otter Tail County is putting its municipal-owned liquor store and bar on the market. City clerk Beth Wussow (WOO’-soh) says the decision to sell follows years of financial losses.

KFGO reports figures from the state auditor’s office show the store lost $90,000 in 2016. The building and assets are listed at $499,000.

Wussow says the City Council will consider purchase offers at its May 21st meeting.

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