Social Distancing

Kathleen Shannon

Roaring Fork Transportation Authority, or RFTA, reinstated fare collection and front-door passenger boarding August 1st. Both practices had been suspended since late March due to COVID-19. KDNK’s Kathleen Shannon has this report.


This month on Ask the Vet Dr. Liz Foster and Vet Tech Emily Yannarella outline facts regarding transmission of COVID-19 through domestic pets. A caller asks about a finnicky cat who doesn't like her kidney-friendly diet. Our hosts also discuss COVID-19 safety protocols in veterinary clinics, and the impacts that the pandemic has had on pets, and the services they need.

Carbondale Farmers' Market

The Carbondale Farmers' Market is poised to launch on June 10 as essential business with special guidelines. KDNK's Raleigh Burleigh spoke with market manager Jamie Wall for an update...

Lucas Turner/KDNK

On today’s program we look at: an increase in Charles Bonnet Syndrome symptoms for some people who are social distancing and the way we might be able to reduce that increase, an interview with last year’s winner of the James Holman prize for blind ambition, a way to prevent hurting your back if you’re blind in one eye, a cell phone accessory that takes stress out of traveling, and tips on how to keep your guide dog and pet dogs in tip-top shape while social distancing.

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Colorado Governore Jared Polis

Colorado is no longer under a statewide stay at home order, but Governor Jared Polis is warning residents he might have to bring back restrictions if they are not careful and coronavirus cases spike again.

The Geeks

The Geeks overcome the challenges of our days to provide important technical knowledge to KDNK listeners.

Alpine Equine Hospital

Dr. Chuck Maker and Jane Bachrach host a COVID-centric Ask the Vet focusing mostly on horses.

Heritage Park

Diane Johnson hosts Senior Matters remotely this month and chats with Brian Zaragoza, Executive Director for Heritage Park Care Center, about what they're doing to limit risks to residents and their families and friends.

Whatever Goes On

Apr 1, 2020
Whatever

Whatever respects social distancing norms while chatting about... whatever! Hosted by The Janerator, Pamster and Lukealicious, Whatever is an original, unscripted, spontaneous, wacky, fun, funny, interesting and informative (or not) show during which listeners are encouraged to call in to talk about whatever.

Whatever Goes Remote

Mar 25, 2020
Amy Hadden Marsh

In keeping with the times, Whatever respects social distancing while also encouraging closeness. Whatever is a show about... whatever. Hosted by The Janerator, Pamster and Lukealicious, Whatever is an original, unscripted, spontaneous, wacky, fun, funny, interesting and informative (or not) show during which listeners are encouraged to call in to talk about whatever.

Gov. Jared Polis is not ruling out the possibility of ordering some Colorado residents to shelter in place to help curb the spread of COVID-19.

Speaking to reporters from a podium that was wiped down with disinfecting wipes in a state Capitol building that is closed to the public indefinitely, Polis said stricter social distancing rules will likely be announced soon.