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ECHO Awareness: Bringing light to America’s opiod crisis each issue

Abbee Hilgers, Opinion Editor

December 19, 2017

Our series continues this month with an interview with the Director of Clinical Compliance and Physician Services at Southeast Missouri Behavioral Health who explains the challenges that addicts face during the holidays The holiday seas...

Students engage in Rolla community

Sophia Gesualdi & Lydia Giesey, Editors

November 21, 2017

During the months of October and November, the Rolla High School National Honor Society split up into five groups to help out different community organizations. Each group picked their organization based on who they felt passionate...

ECHO Awareness: Bringing light to America’s opiod crisis each issue

Maria Pommerenke, Webmaster

November 21, 2017

Our series continues this month with an interview with a registered nurse anesthetist who explains the process of addiction The recently declared Opioid Crisis in the United States has had an effect on people around the Unite...

ECHO Awareness: Bringing light to America’s opiod crisis each issue

Sam Kimball, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017

Our series continues this month with an interview with a Doctor who discusses the importance of pain medicines for some people Despite the opioid crisis in America, there are many legitimate uses of prescription opioids. They can he...

ECHO Awareness: Bringing light to America’s opiod crisis each issue

Maia Bond, Arts & Entertainment Editor

October 20, 2017

Local police officer provides insight into opioid abuse 45% of heroin users were at some point addicted to prescription opioids. There is no hiding the worsening epidemic of heroin and opioid addicts in our community....

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Art Club

September 21, 2017

ECHO Awareness: Bringing light to America’s opiod crisis each issue

Lydia Giesey, Managing Editor

September 19, 2017

The United States has a longstanding history with drugs. The phrase “War on Drugs” has been catapulted around since as far back as the 1970s. From Richard Nixon to Donald Trump, presidents and politicians alike have vehemently...

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