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Grand Coulee's 'Heroin Hill' problem considered

 


Grand Coulee discussed the scourge of drugs in town at their latest council meeting.

“I think we have a bit of a problem in terms of drug dealing,” Grand Coulee resident and business owner Kimberly Christensen said last week to laughter from a city council already familiar with the problem. “I’ve never been around it, I don’t want to be around it, I don’t want to see it. I’m concerned for everyone.”

Christensen, who also owns the newly opened popcorn stand “The Popcorn Shoppe” on Midway Avenue and Main Street, addressed the city council May 21. She reported what she bel...



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Bob VALEN writes:

“I wish there was more we can do.” Well, it’s time to consider some options. Here’s one success: https://www.citylab.com/equity/2018/04/how-one-small-town-ended-its-drug-war/557321/

 
 
 
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