In this episode of Pandora's Box, co-host Joanie Trussel talks with Zen Honeycutt, founder of Moms Across America, a group dedicated to GMO labeling in our food supply, about why she and other mothers are taking a stand against GMOs, and how she was able to have a face-to-face interaction with the CEO of Monsanto.
Nursing is a career that is not only in demand, but can also be deeply satisfying on a personal level. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Cheri Johnson, Nurse Aide Coordinator at Southwest Colorado Community College, about the Certified Nursing Assistant program that is being offered at the school, and how it is the perfect entry for those who are considering a career in nursing and health care.
The Mancos School of the West is a community of artists and craftsmen committed to sharing the spirit and culture of the American West through classes, workshops and special events. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Brian Killigrew and Linda Rose from the school about the ideas behind the endeavor, how the school will operate, and what classes will be offered.
With so many talented musicians in the Four Corners area, it was only a matter of time before several of them organized a collaborative concert. An Evening of Jazz with Bob Newnam & Friends will take the stage at the Montezuma-Cortez High School Auditorium on February 21st to showcase 14 different vocalists and musicians who play horns, guitars, piano, flute, drums and more.
On this episode of Talking Heads, KSJD's Jeff Pope and Gail Binkly from the Four Corners Free Press discuss the Montezuma County Commission's pre-emptive strike against a National Conservation Area designation on the lower Dolores River, Kinder Morgan's appeals court win, and a look at the immunization rates for measles, mumps, and rubella around the Four Corners area.
In this episode of Pandora's Box, co-host Lyn Patrick talks with Dr. Larry Palevsky, a board-certified pediatrician, about the recent measles outbreak that has led to blaming of parents who choose not to vaccinate their children, proposed legislation for mandatory vaccination, and vaccine safety and the potential risks of vaccination.
In this episode of the Big Fat Farm Show, host Sarah Syverson talks with Joel Lee, District Conservationist the Natural Resources Conservation Service in Montezuma County, about the designation of 2015 as the International Year of Soils, the importance of good soil management for farmers, and what it means for those of us who may not be farming.
Living independently as an older person with a serious medical condition is dangerous if nobody can regularly check on their well-being. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Doris McDonald, CareLink Manager at Southwest Memorial Hospital, about technology that allows people to quickly contact emergency personnel in the event of an accident or health emergency.
Chewing tobacco is known to be strongly associated with a number of major health problems, including oral cancers, high blood pressure, and gum disease. KSJD's Tom Yoder talks with Meggie Curtis, Youth Programming Coordinator with the School Community Youth Collaborative, and Midge Kirk, Health Educator and Tobacco Specialist with the Montezuma County Public Health Department, about how local youth are highlighting the problems associated with chew, the upcoming "Through With Chew" week, and how people who use smokeless tobacco can get help to quit.
In this episode of The River Trip, host Sam Carter talks with Katrina Grantz, Chief Hydrologist at Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell, about how the Bureau of Reclamation is considering the effects of climate change on the future of hydroelectric power at the dam, the ever-increasing thirst of downstream water users, and the implications for recreational activity at this iconic reservoir above the Grand Canyon.