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Take-back Day for drugs is April 26

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The Drug Enforcement Administration will coordinate another collaborative effort with the Long Prairie Police Department, the Staples Police Department and the Todd County Sheriff’s Office. The focus of the effort is to remove potentially dangerous controlled substances from medicine cabinets.

Area residents will have the opportunity to surrender expired, unwanted or unused pharmaceutical controlled substances and other medications to law enforcement for destruction.

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