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

  Newcast:

  • Montrose apartment fire
  • Paonia board of trustees find  possible fraudulent use of the town’s debit card
  • Western Colorado Climate Challenge Conference  in Paonia
  • Paonia Chief of Police Scott Leon retires
  • Students taught financial literacy
  • Federal lands bill dies

  Newscast

  • New summer construction starts on Highway 133
  • Bill to address school funding advances at state capitol
  • EPA grant lets Montrose investigate suspected contamination
  • Measure moves forward to hold schools liable for student injuries and deaths
  • Region 10 unveils plans for revitalization of Delta, Gunnison counties
  • Haven House’s future uncertain, but hopeful

  Newscast

  • Hard freezes in springtime likely to continue
  • Wildfire awareness day this weekend
  • Senate kills racial profiling bill
  • Attorney General joins suit against BLM over fracking rules

  Newscast

  • Telluride passes panhandling ordinance
  • DeBeque Town Marshall formally charged
  • Climate event to take place in Paonia
  • State water plan comment period to close tomorrow
  • State bill would fund programs to uproot invasive, thirsty plants

  Newscast

  • Marijuana tax refund might go to voters
  • Montrose County sued over airport, again
  • State bill could help rural communities
  • Program seeds clouds for snow over Grand Mesa
  • Forecast calls for above average rainfall
  • Fetal homicide bill clears Senate

  Newscast

  • Man shot and killed in Fruita over weekend
  • Construction set to begin for Montrose Rec Center
  • Program continues to supply federal money to rural schools
  • Norwood medical center now can serve those with VA benefits
  • Lake City petition puts brakes on OHV ordinance
  • Introduced state bill would raise salaries for elected officials

  Newscast

  • Wildfire bill progresses in legislature
  • DeBeque town marshall arrested on embezzlement charges
  • State cracks down on a Western Slope business seeking investors
  • Study calculates the amount of money National Parks bring to the state
  • Capitol Conversation looks at federal lands and I­-70

  Newscast

  • Burglary reported at Delta airport
  • School boards push for restoration of funding
  • Montrose Police station gets money to fix leaky roof
  • Teens clean up river­side for Earth Day
  • Governors of Colorado stand by testing
  • Gallop releases poll on environmental thought

  Newscast

  • Missing teen’s body recovered from below Red Mountain Pass
  • Earth Day 
  • Approval sought again for Montrose County gravel pit
  • Forest Service reviews applications for easements on private land
  • Colorado bill looks to study bear-human interaction
  • Avain flu threatens Colorado poultry
  • Applications open for men's only hunting & fishing event

  Newscast

  • City of Montrose considers leaving county dispatch
  • Fatality in I-70 crash identified
  • Job numbers show Western Slope still struggling
  • Bill may expand farm to school program
  • 4/20 brings boom for new DeBeque pot shop
  • Legislature considers butane hash oil ban 

  Newscast

  • Discussion with former Oil and Gas Task Force member
  • TEDX publishes paper on endocrine disruptors
  • Rainwater bill meets resistance at capitol
  • CSU surveys farmers on agri­tourism
  • Teen runaway found two weeks later in Salt Lake City

  Newscast

  • Cold threatens Western Colorado fruit crops
  • Teen pregnancy, bbortion prevention bill advances in state House
  • National Parks Week in effect
  • I­-70 chain law is in limbo
  • Fired DeBeque town marshal is now under investigation
  • Funding for Colorado Amtrak route in serious danger

  Newscast

  • Stream in Ouray County suspected of arsenic contamination
  • Vision Charter Academy closes north fork classrooms
  • Partners employee wins creative leadership award
  • Bill in state senate addresses fetal homicide

  Newscast

  • Bull Mountain comment period closes
  • DMEA hosts meetings with members over FERC and broadband
  • USDA releases organic license numbers
  • Forest acres sold for lumber because of beetle kill
  • iSeeChange member notices antlers still lingering

  Newscast

  • Chambers of Commerce weigh in on Bull Mountain Unit
  • Bill to review Indian mascots stalls in legislature
  • DMEA hosts meetings to hear from members
  • CPW continues to fight declining salmon numbers
  • Wildfire breaks out near Olathe

  Newscast

  • Truancy program nears the end of its funding
  • Mediation over Montrose Memorial Hospital to begin soon
  • Bears start to wake up
  • Capitol Conversation about issues left facing the legislature

  Newscast

  • Mesa County schools go on lockdown after reported gun violation
  • Early spring starts to melt the already small snowpack
  • Montrose County pulls extra funding for 911 dispatch center
  • Lawmakers balance budget with severance tax
  • San Juan film festival over last weekend looks at water issues

  Newscast

  • Gay conversion bill killed in Senate committee
  • Women’s only hunting class open for enrollment
  • Grand Junction election results
  • Colorado House debates Amtrak

  Newscast

  • Paonia grapples with commercial use of town parks
  • Water Conservation in the West
  • City of Delta Police team up with U.S. Marshals to sweep for wanted men
  • Child Protection Measures
  • Outdoor art displayed in Paonia

  Newscast

  • Colorado’s teen pregnancy rates improve
  • Montrose Winter Guard wins state championship
  • High Country News will host a mega-drought discussion at KVNF
  • Capitol Conversation discusses budget battle at state capitol

  Newscast

  • Roadless Rule gets second look
  • Wildfire near Delta over weekend
  • Proposed lease swap for Thompson Divide
  • Fundraising project hopes to build facilities for Paonia Highschool
  • House takes up budget

  Newscast

  • Lake City sends notices of drinking water violations
  • Telluride scales back pan handling ordinance
  • Hickenlooper signs bills into law
  • Public input over water plan questionable
  • Owner of storage unit unaware that the men who died were living there

  Newscast

  • Governments in San Miguel County grapple with housing prices
  • Gov. Hickenlooper works to prevent Sage Grouse listing
  • Small businesses seek collaboration to heighten their profile
  • Presentation about how to ‘get by’ in Paonia
  • Patient in Colorado tests negative for Ebola
  • State Senate passes budget along party lines
  • Head of the VA visits Colorado

  Newscast

  • More staff issues for the town of Paonia
  • Bill looks to get a handle on Colorado's bear problems
  • Ditches and canals begin to flow
  • State Senate debates the budget as TABOR makes things complicated

  Newscast

  • Palisade police chief removed from post
  • Two bills in capital targeted minimum wage, one advances to Senate
  • Millions of dollars awarded for local municipal projects
  • iSeeChange story: will winter wildfires predict nasty summer?
  • Lawmakers look to see if tax breaks are working

  Newscast

  • Severance tax eyed to balance state budget
  • DMEA and Tri State continue arguments over local renewable energy
  • Area art show showcases artists with disabilities
  • Capital Conversation – standardized testing

  Newscast

  • Lawsuit filed over decision not to list wildflowers
  • Lawmakers move to repeal background checks for firearms
  • Colorado parks grapple with lack of funding for repairs
  • An iSeeChange story – frogs have been spotted unusually early, are they in danger?

Newscast

  • Bullying addressed in schools through Shakespeare
  • Police reforms making their way through Colorado congress
  • Colorado Parks and Wildlife wrapping up comment period
  • Large marijuana trafficking operation shut down in Denver

  Newscast

  • Investigation develops in case of Kelly Meyers
  • Telluride receives letter from ACLU over ordinance
  • Missing man from Fruita found dead in Utah
  • Storms bring some moisture, not much more expected
  • School testing bill in limbo in Denver

  Newscast

  • DOLA money for Western Slope set to end soon
  • Program trains veterans in solar energy instillation
  • VA relaxes rule on ‘40 mile radius’
  • Capitol Conversation about the latest economic forecast

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