Highly Potent Weed Has Swept The Market, Raising Concerns About Health Risks

As more states legalize marijuana, more people in the U.S. are buying and using weed — and the kind of weed they can buy has become much stronger. That concerns scientists who study marijuana and its effects on the body, as well as emergency room doctors who say they're starting to see more patients who come into the ER with weed-associated issues. Some 26 million Americans ages 12 and older reported being current marijuana users in 2017, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and...

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Big Bad Voodoo Daddy: Live In Los Angeles

Dec 12, 2012

Now that it's officially two decades in the past, it's increasingly hard to fathom: In the mid-1990s, swing was popular again. It wasn't quite the big band style of Benny Goodman fame — this new variant was blended with rockabilly and ska and perhaps some other things — but the swing revival so captured the country that it landed Big Bad Voodoo Daddy on the Super Bowl halftime show in 1999.

KSJD's Tom Yoder abd Bob Bragg, host of Ag Markets & More and former agriculture management teacher, discusss the uncertainty of precipitation in the region, and how water scarcity could affect agricultural and livestock producers and municipal water users.

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KSJD's Jeff Pope and Gail Binkley from the Four Corners Free Press breakdown local headlines, and discuss the Republican primary races in Montezuma County as well as the controversy over the five-day school week in the RE-1 school district and the future of the Rico School.

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Mancos High School students Lauren Kramer and Jake Driver join Jeff and Gail to talk about their perspectives on education and how it could be fixed.

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