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 Memorial Hospital takes over local clinic creating women’s health center
  • State program helps Colorado farmers finance small hydropower projects
  • Montrose to disable downtown traffic light
  • Study finds connection fees lead to water savings

  • FBI investigation into Grand Junction Airport fraud is dropped
  • Rocky Mountain Health Plans to raise premium rates by a third
  • A look at the best lightshow in the sky, the Perseid Meteor Shower
  • State agency says Animas River is improving
  • Business groups fight against new EPA air regulations
  • Study finds natural gas development drastically cuts into mule deer habitat

  Newscast

  • Body found in Grand Junction culvert ID’ed
  • Two Mesa County men arrested after police discover large pot grow operations
  • San Miguel County gets $330K to boost regional broadband
  • Montrose County conducts emergency exercise at regional airport
  • Mine spill continues causing problems in southwest Colorado, downstream communities

  • Body found in Grand Junction
  • Norwood emergency medical service seeks tax payer help
  • San Miguel commissioners OK ballot question over their own term limits
  • Western Slope now home to a breast milk donation center
  • Olathe receives funds for Main Street improvement project
  • State Capitol building renovation wraps up

  • Region 10 Receives $5.2M Grant To Develop Broadband Access In West Slope Communities
  • Delta Once Again Restarts City Manager Search
  • State Lawmakers Have Taken a Tough Look at Death Penalty Over the Years

  • Mine Wastewater Spill Contaminates Animas River In Southwestern Colorado
  • Grand Junction Airport Security Gate Issue Continues, Colorado Congressmen Step In
  • Ute Indian Museum In Montrose Closes For Repairs
  • Connecting The Drops: Water Pricing With Conservation In Mind

  • Hotchkiss Fire Department Responds To Three Area Blazes
  • Traffic Stop In Mesa County Nets Large Drug Bust
  • Ophir Man Commits Suicide After Wrecking Vehicle
  • Norwood Cat Tests Positive For Plague, Dies
  • Felony DUI Law Goes Into Effect In Colorado
  • What’s Different About The Second Draft Of The Colorado Water Plan?

  • Laws Sponsored By Western Slope Legislators Go Into Effect
  • ‘Substandard Care’ Likely Contributed To Grand Junction Veteran’s Death, Report Finds
  • Colorado Health Officials React To Obama’s Clean Power Plan
  • Connecting The Drops: Urbanization of Agricultural Land

  • Mountain Biker Dies While Competing In Crested Butte Leg of Enduro World Series 
  • After Accident On Popular OHV Road San Miguel Sheriff Calls For Closure To Vehicles
  • Grand Junction Man Arrested In Toddler’s Death
  • Comment Period For Proposed Oil & Gas Project Near Somerset Ends
  • Forest Service Tries To Cope With Beetle Kill, Aspen Decline

  Newscast

  • Disconnect found in wildfire risk assessment
  • West Nile cases develop on Western Slope
  • North Fork gains community chorus

  Newscast

  • CDC releases HPV vaccination rates
  • Interview with COGA’s newest leader
  • New housing complex for homeless in Grand Junction
  • Missing teen found safe

  Newscast

  • Suspect in police assault arrested
  • Colorado lures startup with tax breaks
  • A look at the annual West Elk Wine Trail event
  • Nucla awarded for park improvement project

  Newscast

  • Viral disease infects horses, cattle across Colorado
  • Cocaine found in package that was mailed to Telluride
  • The second part of the look at Colorado water law

  Newcast

  • Hotchkiss Medical Clinic closes its doors
  • New project looks to convert miles of irrigation ditches to closed pipes
  • Motorcyclist dies in Grand Junction
  • A  look at the complex and thick regulation of the Colorado River

  Newscast

  • Region 10 seeks 5 million dollars for fiber optic internet
  • County Judge passes away
  • Fruit growers grapple with freezes, constant rain
  • Officers cleared in fatal shooting
  • Solar program wraps up for the North Fork

  Newscast

  • Mosquitoes Test Positive For West Nile In Mesa County
  • State Lawmakers Hold Water Meetings Across Colorado
  • Gunnison Man Sentenced For Damaging Federal Lands In Montrose
  • Event Celebrates Grand Mesa’s Moose Population

  Newscast

  • Plane makes emergency landing in Grand Junction
  • Montrose approves separate dispatch center
  • Mesa County man arrested under new child trafficking law
  • Secretary of the Interior fields questions about sage grouse, ColoWyo mine

  Newscast

  • Biden Tours Manufacturing Center In Denver, Leads Workforce Roundtable
  • Montrose County Loses Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit
  • Rep. Thurlow Launches 2016 Re-­Election Campaign
  • Durango­-Grand Junction Bus Services Marks One Year
  • Issues Continue With Evaporation Pit In Mesa County
  • Comment Period Extended For Proposed Oil & Gas Project Near Somerset

  Newscast

  • Identity of motorcyclist who died over the weekend released
  • Survey highlights problems for long term rentals in ski towns
  • Science program brings students out of the classroom and into the woods
  • Road construction begins in Delta, Montrose Counties
  • Colorado gets a new national monument
  • Glenwood Springs wildfire under control

  Newscast

  • Interior Secretary Sally Jewell Visits Colorado
  • Lightning Suspected Cause Of Two Deaths In Aspen Backcountry
  • Authorities Continue Search For Man Who Attacked Ouray Officers
  • Gas Pipeline Proposed For Public Lands In Mesa County
  • Grand Junction Wants Direct Flights To West Coast, L.A
  • Palisade To Get Bike Skills Park
  • City Of Montrose Tries Diagonal Parking Experiment

  Newscast

  • Fire Officials: WCCC Blaze Suspicious, Under Investigation
  • Two Ouray Officers Injured In Attack, Authorities Searching For Suspect
  • Former Olathe Police Chief Appears In Court
  • Woman Sentenced For Stealing Funds From Eagle County
  • Earned Income Tax Credit Triggered For Colorado Residents
  • iSeeChange: Cicadas In Of The West

  Newscast

  • Waldorf school close to becoming reality in Paonia
  • CDOT begins transit system from Denver to Glenwood Springs
  • Food Bank in Grand Junction begins looks for new home
  • Time capsule discovered in Lake City
  • Commissioners fight for grazing, roads in BLM area

  Newscast

  • Delta Commissioners Support Protecting Some North Fork Lands From Oil & Gas Development
  • City Of Montrose Could Create Its Own Regional Dispatch Center
  • Grand Junction Fire Marshal Wants Charges In July Fourth Brush Fire
  • Troop Reductions Spare Much of Fort Carson
  • Colorado Entrepreneur Works To Build A Better Bike Helmet

  Newscast

  • Marijuana grow operation shut down near Cedaredge
  • Unusual July brings cold temps, rain for rest of summer
  • DMEA reacts to outages over past week
  •  A push for solar in Colorado's North Fork Valley

  Newscast

  • Colorado has its first case of West Nile virus this year
  • Former Sen. Steve King comes clean with ethics commission
  • Department of Interior will not appeal coal mine decision
  • Fishing tournament looks to curb aggressive fish
  • Arrest made in animal shooting
  • Ophir Pass closes due to rock slide

  Newcast

  • KVNF Signal Restored In Lake City
  • GVT Bus Driver Won’t Face Charges In Toddler’s Death
  • Grand Junction City Council Addresses City Manager’s Resignation
  • Second Draft Of Colorado Water Plan Released
  • Private Funding For IUD Program Still in Limbo
  • Western Slope Nonprofit Offers Help With Critical Home Repair Loan Program
  • Rep. Hamner Discusses TABOR

  Newscast

  • New organization will try to combat bullying
  • Interview with Colorado Representative Millie Hamner
  • Mesa County begins construction on new media building
  • Brush Fire caused by 4th of July fireworks

Newscast

  • Petition calls for term limits in San Miguel County
  • Recordings of private Grand Junction meeting nonexistent
  • Telluride Medical District buys plot of land for new hospital
  • Conservation Agreement Protects 780 Acres In Unaweep Canyon
  • Rep. Hamner talks with KVNF
  • Legislators talk about the importance of climate change laws
  • Koch Industries focusing on mass incarceration

  Newscast

  • Texting ­And­ Driving Teen Crashes Near Olathe
  • Five Rescued On Colorado River In Grand Junction
  • Deer Injures Woman At National Park Near Montrose
  • New Colorado Laws Go Into Effect
  • Montrose Wants To See Local Aviation Industry Grow
  • Forest Service Aims To Reduce Bear Problems With Backcountry Canisters

  Newscast

  • New law bans dangerous hash oil production
  • Fire danger high as grasses dry out across the state        
  • CU Boulder study identifies fracking chemicals that most threaten groundwater
  • Grand Junction meeting records requested by newspaper’s attorney
  • Colorado tries to create new job listing site for potential employees

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