Eric Goold

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Eric Goold moved to Paonia in 2008. His career as a journalist spans more than 15 years, mostly as a sports writer for both daily and weekly newspapers in four different states. His background in radio began at KVNF in 2012 when he became a volunteer DJ hosting the Emotional Rescue show. He did a stint as KVNF's morning news host in 2014 and came back in 2016 to host Morning Edition as well as produce and host KVNF's Regional Newscast.

Goold is proud to carry on a strong tradition of community journalism at KVNF and works hard to maintain the standard established by the volunteers and professionals who created the KVNF News department. When he has free time he likes to walk his 12 year old pitbull Isabel around town.

  • New study indicates immigrants don't cause crime increase
  • Delta, Montrose County hospitals recognized
  • Colorado eager to host former Utah outdoors show
  • Colorado seniors to get help filing taxes

  • Bill would eliminate need for permit to carry concealed handgun in state
  • Capitol Coverage of ongoing fake news dispute between Sentinel, Scott
  • Senate Bill 40 hearing rescheduled for March 1st

  • New bill would alter TABOR to help fund infrastructure
  • Capitol Conversation discusses legislative term at one-third mark
  • Colorado groups ask for oversight of mega-mergers in pesticide market

  • Delta County Democrats elect new officers
  • Repeal of death penalty in state house fails for fourth time
  • DCMH District to open walk-in clinic in Paonia
  • Implementation of aid in dying bill slow around state
  • Area wrestlers compete for state titles in Denver

  • Death penalty repeal in committee for third year in a row
  • 273 drunken driving arrests made over Super Bowl weekend
  • Lawmakers consider eliminating state's electoral college
  • State house considers funding rail line from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins
  • Forest Service issues annual report on tree health in Colorado
  • First avalanche fatality of the winter season

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Grand Junction Daily Sentinel publisher Jay Seaton is considering suing state Senator Ray Scott over allegations of fake news.

  • GJ Daily Sentinel publisher might sue over fake news allegations
  • Bill to require all state law enforcement officers to be US citizens
  • BLM will move to regulate natural gas waste on public lands

  • Capitol conversation discusses Colorado Health Care exchange
  • Opposition groups line up against BLM rule changes
  • Three Republican abortion bills fail at state house

  • Second murder trial for former Paonia resident set
  • Students at Western State Colorado University stage sit in
  • Marijuana sales in state top $1.3 billion in 2016
  • Groups challenge Trump's EO cutting regulations

  • Roaring Fork Schools locked down, back on schedule today
  • Debate at state house continues over funding infrastructure
  • Delta County Democrats to meet over weekend
  • States seek funds from Trump Administration for transportation
  • Former state champion from Paonia begins MMA career

  • Delta County Republicans elect officers
  • Montrose, Ridgway to host Ride the Rockies
  • Public education advocates disappointed in DeVos confirmation
  • State fight over Obamacare reflects national trend

  • Gofforth survives recall effort, will remain mayor of Crawford
  • Study indicates half of the world's drinking water endangered by climate change
  • Proposed bill would require Colorado law enforcers to be US citizens
  • Rural farmers want voices heard

  • State ponders rail line from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins
  • Proposed bill would digitize CORA data
  • State Republicans hope to repair, rebuild relationship with media

  • Gov. Hickenlooper goes to Cuba
  • New Belgium among 200 businesses urging clean water
  • Capitol Conversation about condos, high rent rates

  • Governor Hickenlooper talks about SCOTUS nominee Gorsuch
  • Colorado groups protest against SCOTUS nominee Gorsuch
  • Trump orders completion of Dakota Access Pipeline

  • Executive order on immigration prompts action at the state house
  • Parks and Wildlife to present Ridgway program about mule deer
  • Montrose DA releases report investigating a West End shooting
  • Traffic fatalities spike in Colorado
  • Gov. Hickenlooper walking back his effort to cut emissions in state

  • Health care advocates rally in favor of Colorado Health Exchange
  • Proposed bill banning corporal punishment may not be necessary
  • X Games Big Air event features women skiers for the first time

  • Bill to eliminate Colorado health exchange goes to committee
  • Internet neutrality under attack
  • Capitol Conversation discusses Trump's crackdown on EPA

  • Capitol Coverage about the impact of Trump's freeze on the EPA
  • Hunters and anglers cry foul over plans to privatize public lands
  • Connecting the Drops looks at fluoride in Colorado water

  • Montrose Community Rec Center has Grand Opening
  • Religious freedom bill defeated in committee for third time
  • KBUT report about phylloxera outbreak in Grand Valley

  • New bill in legislature would pave way to arm teachers
  • Religious freedom bill introduced in state house for third time
  • Spruce beetle most damaging pest for fifth year in a row

  • Capitol Coverage surveys public opinion about legislature priorities
  • Parks and Wildlife to host fun events at Crawford State Park
  • Sportsmen's Roundtable to be conducted via teleconference
  • Series of minor earthquakes outside of Marble

  • Capitol Coverage of women's march in Denver
  • Some students still marginalized at middle, high schools
  • Town of Paonia names new administrator

  • Capitol Conversation discusses new bills in Legislature
  • Regulations on methane go into effect
  • Series of minor earthquakes outside of Marble

  • Lynx famous on Youtube died of natural causes
  • Trustee resigns from Town of Crawford council
  • Senate committee on energy holds first meeting

  • Parks and Wildlife to begin deer baiting operations in Gunnison
  • Nominee for Interior Secretary faces hearing
  • Gunnison Energy proposes 35 new wells north of Paonia

  • Non partisan rally planned Saturday in Cedaredge
  • New apps help seniors learn about Colorado history
  • Phylloxera found in three more Western Slope vineyards
  • First candidate for Colorado governor throws hat in ring

  • Capitol Conversation about first session of legislature
  • Groups launch ad campaign against Pruitt for EPA
  • New data about income inequality

  • Governor Hickenlooper gives state of the state
  • Delta Dept of Health conducting free well water, radon tests
  • Nurses on front line of climate change fight

  • President Obama calls for BLM agencies to be more inclusive
  • Capitol Coverage of Colorado State Legislature opening session
  • Demand for coal falls, renewables gain popularity

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