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The summer competition has been somewhat ...
The summer competition has been somewhat of a trial run for Retriever's manager, Nathan Queen.
Its success has resulted in the launch of a fall semester competition.
"If this passes, I don't think ...
"If this passes, I don't think it will affect us at all," Nathan Queen, owner of Retriever's Sports Bar and Grill, said, "The City Council has to vote on it, and unless they put it on a ballot it won't happen."
Nathan Queen, Retrievers ...
Nathan Queen, Retrievers manager, said it would hurt business so much he would consider not longer accepting Eagle Express, the GSU student meal card.
establishment already serves a limited menu whenever alcohol is being served and feels it's a good business practice to have food available while people are drinking.He
said it's simply an issue of responsibility.
hope that the city will just set the rules and leave license holders alone."They've changed this alcohol ordinance so much it doesn't really matter.I just wish they'd pick something and stick with it," Queen
Three city council seats are up ...
Three city council seats are up for election: District 2 , incumbent Gary Lewis is opposed by Nathan Queen; District 3 , incumbent Will Britt is opposed by Harry Propes; District 5 , incumbent John Morris faces Travis Chance.
...Gary Lewis was elected to the council in 1998 and is running against Nathan Queen, a student from GSU.
District 2 candidate Nathan ...
District 2 candidate Nathan Queen is employed by Retriever's.The CSA flyers stated the group's support for District 3 incumbent Will Britt, along with support for Queen and District 5 challenger, Travis Chance, a former roommate of Rude Rudy's owner, John Starkey.
...The group was formed by Cameron "Cam" Lewellen, 28, who worked as a DJ and karaoke host for Retriever's and other local restaurants, is considered a close friend by Queen.
said the group's move showed the community "how crooked" the city government is and that their effort was nothing less than "trying to use scare tactics to prevent students from voting."