Monday, June 27, 2011 at 9:26 pm (Updated: June 27, 9:31 pm)
Meth puts Hardin County’s residents at risk Methamphetamine is an extremely dangerous drug, yet there are some people in Hardin County who choose to forego the associated risks in order to not only utilize, but manufacture it as well. Because of meth’s highly addictive nature, a single use can lead to dependence, as well as a blighted future attempting to obtain and manufacture enough to sustain the insatiable desire for the original euphoric sensation.
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