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Opioid Crisis

  • In this episode of Chemical World from our archives, hosts Kenna and Maggie discuss the worsening overdose crisis in the United States and examine data from Colorado in 2021. Featuring the song "How Long" by Mugsy Fay.
  • On the heels of two local arrests, hosts James Steindler and Jeanne Souldern speak with Carbondale Police Chief Kirk Wilson and High Rockies Harm Reduction Executive Director Maggie Seldeen about the presence of illicit fentanyl in street drugs.
  • Chemical World Hosts Kenna Crampton and Maggie Seldeen discuss drug addiction and mental health issues. On this episode, they talk about Fentanyl Awareness Day—and how community members can look out for each other.
  • KDNK’s News Team brings you local and regional news from the Roaring Fork Valley ... and beyond.
  • KDNK's News Director Morgan Neely has Wednesday's updates, including first-year Rep. Elizabeth Velasco (Glenwood Springs) appearing at a gathering of hundreds of Latinos from across Colorado at the State Capitol, where she said the state’s Latino communities have been overlooked.
  • KDNK's Hattison Rensberry talks with Maggie Seldeen, founder and director of High Rockies Harm Reduction, about additional methods of helping in the event of an overdose and what High Rockies Harm Reduction has in store for this year in part two of a series on harm reduction and overdose prevention
  • KDNK's News Director Morgan Neely has Wednesday's updates, including Aspen's municipal election results. Also, the Glenwood Springs High School Demons boys hockey squad lost a heartbreaking 4A State Championship match Tuesday night on a triple-overtime, walk-off goal from opponent Cheyenne Mountain. And KDNK’s Hattison Rensberry asks High Rockies Harm Reduction Director Maggie Seldeen about common misconceptions regarding Naloxone.
  • KDNK's Hattison Rensberry talks with Maggie Seldeen, founder and director of High Rockies Harm Reduction, about how Naloxone works in part one of a series on harm reduction and overdose prevention
  • KDNK's Morgan Neely has Friday's news, including the director of High Rockies Harm Reduction reacting to Garfield County Commissioners' comments that harm reduction is "enabling" — comments that some in the community have called "insenstive" and even "heartless."
  • KDNK's Morgan Neely has Wednesday's news, including Colorado beginning to distribute funds from pharmaceutical companies as part of legal settlements related to the opioid crisis. Also, we speak with a group of Future Farmers of America students who made the trip from Olathe to Rifle for a wolf reintroduction meeting.