KSJD Interviews
9:01 am
Fri June 12, 2015

The Nightmare of Living With Morgellon's Disease

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Morgellon's Disease is an uncommon, unexplained skin disorder characterized by sores, crawling sensations, and in some cases, fiber-like filaments emerging from the sores. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Joe Keleher, who suffered from Morgellon's Disease and has since recovered. Joe's story will be featured on an episode of the TV show "Diagnose Me" on the Discovery Life channel.

Joe's online resources on Morgellon's Disease:

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The River Trip
9:38 am
Thu June 11, 2015

A Boating Accident Caused By A Cable Across The Dolores River

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In this episode of the River Trip, host Sam Carter talks with Josh Munson and Jessica Mulvihill-Kuntz, boaters who were involved in a boating accident on June 2nd caused by a cable that was strung across the Dolores River. They describe what happened when the cable forced them off of their raft, resulting in serious injuries to two of their fellow boaters.

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Big Fat Farm Show
10:12 am
Tue June 9, 2015

Taking Care Of The Soil In The High Desert Conservation District

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In this episode of the Big Fat Farm Show, KSJD's Sarah Syverson talks with Travis Custer, Agricultural Consultant with the High Desert Conservation District in southwest Colorado, about his new position and what it offers in terms of support for implementing soil conservation practices across the region.

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KSJD Interviews
11:04 am
Mon June 8, 2015

The Cortez Day Labor Center

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The Cortez Day Labor Center provides a place where workers of various skills and abilities can gather and be available to fill temporary labor needs in our community. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Laurie Knutson, Director of the Bridge Emergency Shelter (which operates the Cortez Day Labor Center) about how the Center functions, how it helps both the workers and those who need work completed, and where it has moved to in Cortez.

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KSJD Interviews
10:20 am
Fri June 5, 2015

How El Niño Is Affecting The Weather In The Southwest

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The spring rains have been a welcome change, but how does increased moisture here in the Four Corners area relate to bigger weather patterns like El Niño? KSJD's Jeff Pope asked a question on the iSeeChange Almanac about our spring weather, and Dr. Paul Roundy, Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Albany in New York, provided an answer.

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Canyon Chronicles
9:53 am
Thu June 4, 2015

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center's Investigations at Indian Camp Ranch

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In this episode of Canyon Chronicles, host Mike Woodrow talks with Crow Canyon Archaeological center supervisory archaeologist Caitlin Sommer about their upcoming excavations at Indian Camp Ranch, what has been learned about the sites in this area so far, and how the shift to agriculture seen at these Puebloan archaeological sites can be seen as a common history for all of humankind.

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KSJD Interviews
9:25 am
Wed June 3, 2015

The 12th Annual Dolores River Festival

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Each year, the Dolores River Festival brings the communities of the Four Corners area together to celebrate the Dolores River with a day of music and good times.

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Pandora's Box
10:00 am
Tue June 2, 2015

Antibiotic Resistance and Human Health

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Antibiotic resistance has become a global problem, leaving many exposed to bacteria and other agents of infection that cannot be treated by traditional medicines. In this episode of Pandora's Box, KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Dr. Lyn Patrick, co-host of Pandora's Box, about how antibiotic resistance was created, new government mandates for antibiotic use in the livestock industry, and surprising new methods to introduce healthy bacteria into people who are sick.

Additional information on antibiotic resistance:

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KSJD Interviews
10:33 am
Mon June 1, 2015

Vandalism At The Cortez Middle School Heritage Orchard

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Sometime during the night of Sunday, May 24th, vandals uprooted the heritage fruit trees in the Montezuma School To Farm orchard at Cortez Middle School. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Sarah Syverson, the Director of the Montezuma School To Farm Project, about what happened, how the community responded, and how these incidents provide a chance for restorative justice.

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Veteran's Affairs
11:20 am
Fri May 29, 2015

Veteran's Affairs - May 29th, 2015

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In this episode of KSJD's monthly Veteran's Affairs program, KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Darla Sanders from Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5231 and local Disabled American Veterans Chapter 44 about their upcoming business directory, awards that were recently given to local supporters of veterans, changes to the Choice program being offered by the Veterans Administration, and new legislation that will affect Vietnam veterans who may have been exposed to Agent Orange.

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