Eric Goold

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.

Headlines:

  • Work halted at Oxbow's Elk Creek Mine due to high levels of Carbon Monoxide
  • No ruling yet on Pinon Ridge Uranium Mill in Montrose County
  • Avalanche Fatality in high country near Marble
  • Commissioners set hunting regulations for 2013 season
  • Arvada Pastor court ordered to change name of program

Headlines:

  • Reporters discuss Hickenlooper's state of the state address, upcoming Leg. issues
  • Gunnison Sage Grouse may be designated "endangered"

Headlines:

  • Governor Hickenlooper delivers state of the state address
  • Oil and gas commissions define new setback rules
  • BLM to start charging fees to boaters of Ruby-Horsethief
  • January is Radon Action Month

Headlines:

  • Diverse group of lawmakers open new legislative session
  • Oil and Gas Commission to study effects of fraking emissions
  • USDA declares drought disaster areas in 14 states
  • iSeeChange examines role of microorganisms in water conservation

Headlines:

  • Young brothers deaths at Powderhorn ruled accidental
  • Oil and gas commission sets setback rules
  • Couple's death on Grand Mesa could have been avoided
  • Sen. Bennet initiates statewide workshops about exports
  • 2011 work related fatalities climbed slightly
  • CBI misses chance to fund masses of gun background checks

Headlines:

  • Oil and gas commission sets new rules and regulations
  • Paonia resident Olen Lund finishes service as Delta commissioner
  • Governor Hickenlooper identifies top priorities in new session
  • Delta Hospital gets top rating for second year in a row
  • Fruita wins GOCO grant to finish bike park

Headlines:

  • Colorado snowpack very low despite December storms
  • Search continues for missing teenager in Southwest Colorado
  • Canadian mining company builds assets, hopes for Montrose expansion
  • Over 50 Colorado hospitals start construction over last three years

Headlines:

  • Ski industry seeks international tourists
  • House Minority Leader discusses Legislative issues

Headlines:

  • Report on backcountry snow conditions from CAIC
  • Hotchkiss businessman creates handy app for Androids

Headlines:

  • Avalanche danger increases after recent snows
  • North Fork Airport receives awards
  • Relatives of Aurora shooting victims urge gun control

Headlines:

  • Secretary of State again under investigation
  • Gov. Hickenlooper wants legislature to address gun control
  • Applications for conceal/carry permits skyrocketing in Colorado
  • Marble Quarry under new Italian ownership, expanding steadily
  • All Points Transit changes time policy for seniors, disabled passengers

Headlines:

  • Colorado River Basin faces drastic water shortage
  • Montrose County names new Manager
  • Good Samaritans earn protections to clean up old mines
  • Weekly KVNF Sports Report

Headlines:

  • Oil and gas commission discusses setbacks
  • Foreclosure rates in state down, but up in Mesa County
  • Salazar limits the number of wild horses BLM can sell
  • Colorado National Monument to close during storms
  • Powderhorn Mountain Resort set to open Saturday
  • Mesa County Libraries running a Gift Tree program

Headlines:

  • Gov. Hickenlooper certifies Amendment 64, pot legal in Colorado
  • San Miguel Commissioners file protest over BLM oil and gas lease
  • U.S. Representatives send letter to Salazar, oppose fracking regs
  • Montrose County to charge for public records
  • BLM uses airplanes to seed areas near Paonia and Hotchkiss

Headlines:

  • 300 turnout for Dylan Redwine search
  • Colorado will not sue Longmont over fracking ban
  • Western mule deer population declines by over 50 percent
  • Energy Department invests to improve solar energy forecasts
  • Moratorium on new cell towers in San Miguel County
  • Population in Western Colorado declined in last decade

Headlines:

  • Delta cyclist killed in accident
  • Ski industry nationwide hurt by low snow
  • Q&A with Governor John Hickenlooper
  • Montrose gets new recycling program
  • Weekly Western Skies Report

Headlines:

  • Over 150 gather in Paonia for oil and gas leasing details
  • New pot law not going to change policy at ski resorts
  • Water managers hoping for lots of snow this winter
  • Norwood teenager sentenced in assault
  • Colorado Gives Day nets record donations to charities

Headlines:

  1. Tips coming in about missing boy
  2. New Senate leader looks to lead Colorado forward
  3. Montrose, Crawford ban the sale of marijuana
  4. Montrose Medical Mission closes; Olathe picks up patients
  5. Forest services conducting slash pile controlled burns
  6. Tree from Meeker goes to Washington DC

Headlines:

  • GBLT Lawmakers elected to power positions
  • Proposed gravel pit near Crawford discussed
  • Fern Lake fire only 20 percent contained
  • NextGen technology debuts at Montrose Airport
  • Old, abandoned coal mines pose threat to safety

Headlines:

  • Commissioners to discuss Crawford gravel pit today
  • Environmental groups want names of oil and gas corporations revealed
  • Search for teenager missing outside of Durango continues
  • Curb-side recycling starts in Montrose in January

Headlines:

  • Colorado Health Exchange opens in October
  • Closure of Hostess Inc. has local ripple effect
  • Search continues for missing teenager in SW Colorado
  • Cedaredge, Rifle both post big prep football playoff wins

Headlines:

  • UPRR hopes to close three Paonia intersections
  • Wildfire near Rifle now burning over 900 acres
  • Weekly Watch Report
  • Information sought regarding poaching near Telluride

A new survey shows that politicians in both parties may be missing the mark when it comes to courting the state’s crucial Hispanic voting bloc – which grew by 41 percent over the last decade. Bente Birkeland has more from the state capitol.

Headlines:

  • Suspicious Death in Delta
  • Hispanic Voting Bloc Courted by Both Sides
  • Delta County Gets Hazmat Improvements
  • 4H Club Visits Delta Commissioners
  • West Elk Mountain Rescue Saves Climber
  • New Bike Tour at Colorado National Monument

  • University of Denver to host first presidential debate
  • Norwood clinic receives grant to improve health for women
  • Coloradans pay way too much for prescription drugs
  • Unit of White River National Forest closed

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