Hunting Them in Huntington

Huntington, West Virginia is a bustling town located strategically in the tri-state intersection of Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia where the Guyandotte flows into the Ohio River. Culturally and geographically, it is pure Appalachian in the best sense of the term. The second largest city in the state, Huntington anchors a metropolitan area that numbers over 350,000. Sadly, like much of West Virginia it is battling a massive opioid epidemic with most families adversely affected in some way with, resulting poverty addiction and tragic deaths.

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