Patricia Naft

News Host

As KVNF’s new anchor for regional news and NPR’s Morning Edition, Patricia Naft brings to the table a wealth of on-air experience and talent.

Patricia’s been a KVNF DJ for over a decade, and graced the airwaves at KDNK in Carbondale before, where she shared her love of country music with listeners on a weekly morning show.

In addition to serving as the weekday voice for KVNF News, Patricia is also currently employed as a graphic artist.

Ways to Connect

  • Montrose authorities asking for help finding missing man
  • Connect for Health extends enrollment deadline to Dec. 26th
  • New scholarships available to Montrose residents
  • Sen. Donovan on Colorado’s upcoming legislative session

  • Senator Donovan host town hall in Paonia
  • US Postal Service blocks marijuana advertising
  • Garfield commissioners approval drilling near housing development
  • Ouray receives $2M towards pool renovation

  • Suspect in custody after Telluride bomb threat
  • Hundreds of acres of ranchland preserved in Montrose County through grant
  • Cedaredge spends big on new water treatment plant
  • Montrose commits to rodeo arena
  • Grand Junction facility creates energy from waste

  • Cedaredge board eliminates golf benefit to boost trustees, mayor salary
  • Most comments at BLM meetings support canceling Thompson Divide leases
  • Head of Colorado Department of Natural Resources Resigns
  • Wary of plastic Christmas trees, growers rally around the real thing

  • Lake City voters approve OHVs on town roads
  • Winter storm increases avalanche conditions
  • Public safety officials brief lawmakers on state trooper numbers
  • New map shows natural resource data for North Fork
  • Researchers develop new carbon capture technology

  • Olathe Main Street improvement project wraps up
  • Telluride Foundation, Fort Lewis College receive grant for SW innovation corridor
  • Hickenlooper lobbies farmers to support state water plan
  • Longmont, Fort Collins fracking cases get their say in state’s highest court

  • SMPA transformer used for target practice
  • More tests now available for high school equivalency
  • Lake City pays another $15K to finish Armory renovation
  • Oil and gas health reporting hotline now available for the state
  • Palisade Pharmacy settles with feds over drug handling

  • A discussion about Paonia’s budget for next year
  • Colorado ranks highest in the nation for physical activity
  • Joe Cocker car auction won by Grand Junction couple

  • Colorado Supreme Court hears fracking cases
  • Hilltop receives $60K for domestic violence, senior daycare programs
  • Ski season brings big economic gains to Colorado
  • The four steps of climate change denial

  • Feds approve natural gas development near Somerset
  • Carbondale pot shop targeted by armed robbers
  • Forest Service officials discuss the Colorado Roadless Rule exemption
  • Agencies partner to give Christmas trees to those in need

  • Delta County’s only homeless shelter gets a permanent space
  • Dispute between city, county of Montrose ends up in court
  • Hinsdale County gets more money for tourism
  • Colorado economy looking strong going forward

  •   Water around North Fork Area given clean bill of health
  • A recent report finds many Coloradans continue to struggle to make ends meet
  • Former Clerk sues Paonia for wrongful termination
  • Funeral held for slain police officer

  • Guilty plea in Montrose dental clinic theft
  • US Forest Service to hold open house about roadless rule
  • CDOT focuses on I-70 this winter
  • Ute Indian Museum breaks ground on new expansion
  • Lawmakers already planning out next years budget

  •   Guilty plea in Montrose dental clinic theft
  • US Forest Service to hold open house about roadless rule
  • CDOT focuses on I70 this winter
  • Ute Indian Museum breaks ground on new expansion
  • Lawmakers already planning out next years budget

  • Delta announces city manager hire
  • BLM gates road closed to OHV travel near Lake City
  • Report finds Colorado ‘toddling’ towards early childhood literacy
  • There are jobs in ag, there’s just not enough new grads to fill ‘em

  • USA Pro Challenge draws financial support in Grand Junction
  • Mesa County woman gets 30 years in toddler’s death
  • State’s top health official requests funding for successful contraceptive program
  • Colorado joins global effort to combat AIDS
  • Region 10 expands small business consulting services

  • Ariel big game survey about to begin
  • Paonia Eagles lose state championship in close matchup
  • Road closures begin on BLM land
  • Environmental groups request denial of coal projects
  • Colorado tourism officials give out grant money to bring in visitors
  • Authorities release information about Colorado Springs victims

  • Two brothers alive after massive avalanche in Ophir backcountry 
  • Region 10 prepares for costs of fiber optic
  • Colorado looking towards population boom in coming years

  • Colorado opens up parks on black Friday
  • San Miguel County Sheriff refuses to sign petition
  • States grapple with ramifications of Clean Power Plan

  • Cedaredge waits 2 years for federal response to a lost letter
  • CMU offers new surgical degree
  • Bowie Resource Partners buys up three new mines
  • A look at the carbon impact of Thanksgiving

  • Lake City prepares for a special election
  • Agencies band together to save Colorado native fishes
  • November wildfire destroys structures, causes evacuations
  • Montrose warrant stop ends in suicide

  •  Time bank hits milestone
  • Officials fight to lower CMU suicide rate
  • Republican lawmakers petition to keep refugees out, but some don’t sign on
  • Gas pries continue to drop ahead of holiday travel
  • Voter turnout dips for 2015

  • Roadless Rule Exemption back on track
  • Counties conflicted over pay raises
  • Officials warn about stomach virus spreading
  • Longer growing seasons could mean good news and bad news for growers

  • Montrose mental health center awarded $600K
  • Reward for information about area cattle killers
  • Health insurance meeting brings some answers, more questions
  • Water plan for state unveiled

  • Hickenlooper defends Syrian refugee policy
  • Delta County Library Board responds after district director leaves
  • Norwood woman seriously injured in backcountry snowmobile accident
  • BLM releases draft EIS for White River National Forest oil & gas leases
  • BLM recommends cancelling 17 oil & gas leases on Roan Plateau
  • DMEA hosts energy efficiency forum in Hotchkiss

  • Child advocacy center in Montrose receives national accreditation
  • SMPA partners with Nucla, Naturita, Norwood on LED lighting
  • Arch Coal considers bankruptcy
  • Hillary Clinton's plan for coal country

  • Power outages affect DMEA customers
  • More snow forecasted for Western Slope
  • Shepherds get minimum wage increase
  • Hickenlooper says Colorado open to Syrian refugees
  • Local control over oil and gas development considered

  • GJPD: Officers struck by reckless driver
  • Suspicious device at Telluride gas station deemed safe
  • CSU study finds no evidence of dangerous oil, gas contaminants in water
  • Can small communities tackle global food security?

  • 18-year-old woman missing from Montrose
  • Coal companies struggle
  • Lt. Gov. Garcia resigns, talks higher education

  • Lt. Gov. Garcia to step down to lead education organization
  • Delta County Libraries sees changes to management
  • CMU creates endowment for energy scholarships
  • Western Slope doctor takes plea deal
  • A conversation with Connect for Health regional manager

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