We know there is a drug problem in Carroll County. We see the charges lodged against local residents week after week in the newspaper’s stories and public records.
It’s so commonplace we might take it for granted. We shouldn’t.
A couple of experiences Sunday got me thinking about how different the outcomes could have been.
The first was on a trip to Madison, Ind., in the early afternoon to run an errand. As I made my way down Hwy. 36 toward Milton, I came up behind a car that could not stay in its lane.