“Take Back” event set for Saturday (October 29) from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Jackson County prescription drop-off locations include Kenna Fire Department, Ripley City Building and Big Lots in Ravenswood. 


U.S. Attorney R. Booth Goodwin II (above right addressing the group including Ravenswood Chief of Police Lance Morrison, Ripley Chief of Police Jim Fridley, DEA Agent Dennis M. Bolum, Sheriff Mike Bright and County Cerk Jeff Waybright) and left receiving the key to the city of Ripley from Mayor Carolyn Rader was on hand in Ripley Monday for a prescription drug “Take Back” kickoff in conjunction with the national “Take Back” event set for Saturday (October 29) from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Jackson County prescription drop-off locations include Kenna Fire Department, Ripley City Building and Big Lots in Ravenswood.