The curse of meth |

The curse of meth

Well, it finally happened. Last week at the Sons in Retirement (SIRS) luncheon held at Alta Sierra Country Club, we listened to this slightly built, well sun tanned man give us the real low down on how The Union fit into the area for the past 150 years. His talk was clever, funny and direct relating to his own experiences. It was a pleasure to be in this audience and listen to your own publisher, Jeff Ackerman. Mr. Ackerman did, however, point out one discerning fact. That is, Nevada County is overrun by meth labs and this has become our real downfall. We must help in controlling this cancer so that we can rest in peace or we will rest in peace. Thank you Mr. Ackerman for your time and wonderful talk.

Bob Williams

Grass Valley

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