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The Garfield County Public Health office runs many programs that go unnoticed but are a safety net for people in need of services. They give vaccinations, secure fresh food, get kids dental care and administer many other preventative and environmental health programs. Last week, Public Health Director Yvonne Long detailed the work in a year-end report to the county commissioners.
The Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program hosts a monthly public affairs show where youths explore issues meaningful to them. Last week, Adele Craft brought moms and kids who are homeschooled into the studio. In this excerpt, she talks with her own mom, Stacy Craft, who moderates the Roaring Fork Valley Homeschooling Network.
The Town of Silt cancelled a controlled burn Wednesday of a wetlands area within city limits. The burn was cancelled due to unsafe weather conditions but officials hope to reschedule it later this spring. Local activist Peggy Tibbits says the burn is dangerous and the town has avoided public input. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has more.
On Saturday, February 28th, the Roaring Fork Conservancy hosts a field day to teach people about snowpack. Education Outreach Coordinator Sarah Johnson says it not just for weather nerds. To register visit roaringfork.org
Youth Entity’s ProStart Culinary program is taking over Allegria in Carbondale on Sunday for a fundraiser.
A 2-vehicle accident on Monday, 2/16/2015, sent one man to the hospital who is a suspect in a possible Carbondale homicide. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has this report.
Colorado College has released the results of its 5th annual Conservation in the West survey. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has this report.
Coal Ridge High School students in New Castle found with marijuana edibles.
Eagle County Commissioners joined Basalt Town Council Tuesday night in what Basalt Mayor Jacque Whitsitt hopes will be the first of many joint meetings. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has more.
Drug incidents at Roaring Fork High School were down during the 2013/2014 school year. But, almost half the students said they've used marijuana at least once. School officials say pot legalization has increased youth access to the drug. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh takes a look at what the school is doing to change the stats. This story is part of a reporting project with Rocky Mountain Community Radio Network and Rocky Mountain PBS I-News.