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.

  • Driverless cars could soon be tested in Colorado
  • Colorado voters oppose cuts to food stamps, school lunch program
  • Tax hike for transportation debated, passed first round at state house

  • Bill would limit number of suspensions for young school kids
  • Parks and Wildlife ends deer baiting program in Gunnison
  • Hunting license allotments to be issued for Gunnison Basin
  • Deer hunting workshop to be held in Montrose
  • Passage of new health care bill would raise rates for Colorado seniors
  • Lawmakers want police to have more access to mental health professionals

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High Country News reporter Emily Benson talked with KVNF News about an ambitious scientific project on the Grand Mesa the employed new technologies to measure water content in the snowpack.

  • High Country News reporter discusses Grand Mesa snowpack project
  • Birth Certificate bill faces uphill battle in state Senate

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The girls basketball team from Paonia High School finished the season 25-0 and won the 2A state championship. Statistically these Eagles were the best team Paonia has ever put on the floor.

  • Montrose BoCC fires county attorney
  • Residents allowed back home, Sunshine fire contained
  • Multiple fires outside Grand Junction
  • State champion Paonia girls hoops team visits KVNF

  • Bill would help victims of assault break their leases
  • Colorado lawmakers face massive budget shortfall
  • Capitol Conversation discusses budget shortfall
  • Eckert Crane Days ending today

  • Texting while driving penalties debated at statehouse
  • Report details impact of repeal of ACA on Colorado residents
  • Longtime PHS wrestling coach will not return next year

  • Hydrogen plant pioneers new energy source, coal alternative
  • Rangely oil spill clean up continues
  • Religious leaders gather in Denver, urge lawmakers to keep ACA

  • Bill to limit marijuana grows passes in House
  • Human remains found in Montrose County identified
  • Poor kids in Colorado less likely to play team sports
  • Bill would make it easier to change sexual identity on birth certificates

  • Capitol Conversation discusses possible tax hike for transportation
  • Colorado scientists, environmentalists concern about new EPA director
  • TABOR bill faces uncertain future at state house

  • Sen. Bennet's Thompson Divide bill would redefine boundaries
  • Capitol Coverage of state house at the midway point of session

  • BLM extends comment period on Gunnison oil and gas wells
  • BLM taking comments about recreation permits in Grand Junction
  • Bipartisan lawmakers propose tax hike for transportation
  • Otter Road bridge replacement done in Montrose
  • Colorado seniors, disabled to be cut off Medicaid under proposed plan

  • Paonia activist sued for libel
  • Snowpack above average in all river basins, reservoirs
  • Denver protest against Disney
  • Colorado no longer in top 10 coal producing states
  • Prep basketball teams at state

  • Parks and Wildlife postpones antler shed season in Gunnison Basin
  • Parks and Wildlife to host bear hunting workshop in Ridgway
  • Mental health care to suffer if ACA repealed
  • TABOR reform bill passes first hurdle in statehouse

  • Texting and driving bill would increase penalties
  • Police-involved shootings in Colorado on the rise
  • President Trump to issue coal-friendly executive orders

  • Capitol Conversation discusses amending TABOR
  • Colorado and Western states urge methane waste rule changes

  • Hesperus Ski Area closes till at least mid-March
  • CORA bill causes passionate debate at state house
  • Delta will be home to new marble processing plant

  • Capitol Coverage about message bills at state house
  • Senator Bennet introduces bill that would protect Thompson Divide
  • Bill to allow marijuana clubs passes committee, to floor next

  • Parks and Wildlife to host two hunting workshops
  • Take a ride with CDOT snowplow driver
  • BLM names new manager for Uncompahgre District

KVNF News interviews two Democrats and two Republicans for a look at Delta County politics, state issues and national concerns. Congressman Scott Tipton and State Senator Kerry Donovan are among the guests.

  • Capitol conversation discusses two bills about marijuana clubs
  • Twice delayed CORA bill finally to go before committee
  • Lawmakers contemplate banning harmful practice for teens

Congressman Scot Tipton was in Paonia on Saturday for a Town Hall Meeting with constituents at Paradise Theater.

  • Congressman Scott Tipton visits Paonia for Town Hall
  • NASA collecting snowpack data on Grand Mesa

  • Capitol Coverage interviews Sen. Ray Scott about fake news
  • Bill proposes increased punishment for tampering with oil and gas rigs

  • Colorado business leaders fear immigration reform won't happen
  • Town of Crawford has a new Trustee
  • Town of Paonia settles long dispute with Hawks Haven Subdivision
  • Area high school basketball teams start playoffs

  • 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

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