Geoff Flynn

Geoff Flynn

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Despite Plenty of Time to Plan, Ferguson Burns

If you’ve had CNN on with the sound down (as we do at work) at all during the last two weeks, you knew a decision was coming. The news leader made it seem like it was going to happen at … Read more >

Giants Still Not that Good, but Somehow the Best

Okay Giants fans. Congratulations on your team winning the World Series. I’m not sure how they did it, but they did it. They bested the Kansas City Royals four games to three, went 12-5 during the postseason, and knocked the … Read more >

Giants Baseball: They’re Not That Good

While National League baseball fans in northern California get whipped into a frenzy about another even-year championship for the San Francisco Giants, one (especially as a Dodger fan) has to constantly wonder how this team could possibly be in this … Read more >

What Happens at KNCO…

…Doesn’t necessarily stay in house. Some photos of your favorite KNCO employees while taking a break from work. Account executives (from left to right) Allison Swartzendruber, Joe Hevia, and Dan Taliaferro–all celebrating birthdays in September.     KNCO’s Phil Condict … Read more >

Before and After the Fair Opens

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A Groundhog Day Worth Remembering

Poor Phil Connors. The guy spent purgatory in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. The Bill Murray character in Groundhog Day had to relive the same day over and over and over again. Let’s face it, it could have been worse, like Palmdale or … Read more >

It’s Hoops Time!

High School hoops hits our airwaves starting tomorrow night (Friday), and KNCO is gearing up! We will have 16 games in just over five weeks, featuring boys and girls action from both Nevada Union and Bear River High Schools, plus … Read more >

0-10, But Still a Fun Season

They say you can’t win them all, but winning one would have been nice. At KNCO, I was fortunate in being given the assignment to broadcast one of the most storied high school football programs in the state. It didn’t … Read more >

I’m Not Ready For Some Football

The calendar has changed to September. The kids are going back to school. There was even an autumn-like rain shower today. That must mean its football season, right? You can’t stop the calendar, but to answer the proverbial question posed … Read more >

Hear Ye, Hear Ye, It’s Finally Happened!

Many people have been waiting for this moment for weeks. Months even. Some thought it would never get here. Everybody’s been talking about it, and there have been bets on when the moment would finally arrive. I think Kate Middleton … Read more >

Kings Are Staying! How Come I’m Not Excited?

It seems like a lifetime ago, but my life used to revolve around the Sacramento Kings. I had a job as statistician for Gary Gerould and the radio crew. I attended every home game (for many years driving 90 miles … Read more >

Nevada County. Comedy Central?

No one would blame you if you didn’t associate the greater Grass Valley/Nevada City/Rough and Ready general area with comedy and laughs, but maybe you should reconsider. Locals will tell you that Andy Samberg is here from time to time, … Read more >

One Heck of a News Week

As you walk into the cozy little newsroom at KNCO Radio, there is a rather small standard definition television mounted in the upper left corner. It is usually tuned to CNN with the sound down, and at noontime we check … Read more >

This Is My Last Birthday

To those of you who are reading this and are over 50, I apologize. Complaining about one’s age to someone who is older yields no compassionate response. However, I’m still a year away from the big 5-0, and I am … Read more >

Happy New Year

It seems like everyone is saying it. “I can’t believe the year is over already. It just flew by.” I suppose the older we get, the more it seems that way. 2012 was actually 24 hours longer than 2011, but … Read more >

The New Guy

I’d like to introduce myself, and tell you that that strange new voice you will be hearing on KNCO is probably mine. My name is Geoff Flynn, and I am the new reporter here at KNCO. Although I haven’t been … Read more >