Tom Yoder

Programming & Media Director

Tom worked as an archaeologist in the Four Corners area for many years before his passion for radio and storytelling brought him to KSJD. He volunteered as a DJ at station and served on the Community Radio Project's board of directors before joining the staff as the Programming & Media Director in 2010.

Ways to Connect

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KSJD’s Veteran’s Affairs has returned from a brief hiatus with an update on how local veterans are doing during the coronavirus pandemic and with a preview of this year’s Montezuma Stand Down For Veterans. 

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Updated at 8:00 pm on June 15, 2020

Wildfire season started abruptly in Southwest Colorado this weekend after a series of lightning-caused fires ignited on Saturday night. The East Canyon fire was reported around 1pm on Sunday afternoon, and was estimated at 2,000 acres with 0% containment on Monday evening.

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Longtime KSJD DJ Billy Joe Moffat left a successful Wall Street career in the 1970s to become a co-owner of Dunton Hot Springs. Life in his cabin next door to a lithium-rich hot spring dubbed "Paradise" afforded him a way of life and a unique perspective that inspired many who knew him. 

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In this month’s edition of KSJD’s Veteran’s Affairs, KSJD’s Tom Yoder has a look at how local veterans are faring during the coronavirus pandemic and what they can do to stay connected and safe. 

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Like many places of worship, the Mancos United Methodist Church is finding new ways to connect with parishioners while the coronavirus pandemic disrupts usual services.

KSJD's Tom Yoder spoke with Pastor Craig Paschal about how he is reaching out to his congregation and the message of hope he is sending them.