CUMBERLAND GAP — The Stand in the Gap Coalition (SIGCO) said Monday that progress is being made in the war on drugs in the Cumberlands.
One year into SIGCO’s effort to bring a coalition of district attorneys, county leaders and state lawmakers to the table in an 11-county region of the rural Cumberlands, the group met Saturday in Cumberland Gap in the latest of what has become regular meetings involving a number of players in the war on drugs.
Dan Spurlock, a commercial pilot and former Marine, facilitated Saturday’s meeting, likening the war on drugs in East Tennessee to his time in the military.To continue reading, please subscribe to the Independent Herald. If you are already a subscriber, email email@example.com to receive login credentials. If you are a subscriber who is logged in and believe you are seeing this message in error, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 423-569-6343.