Nebraska liquor panel's hearing to decide fate of beer sales in Whiteclay is delayed until April

LINCOLN — A hearing to decide the fate of beer sales in the border village of Whiteclay, Nebraska, has been delayed a month to April 6.

The Nebraska Liquor Control Commission had been scheduled to meet March 7 to decide whether the liquor licenses for four beer-only liquor stores should be renewed.

But now that hearing has been rescheduled to April.