Eric Goold

DJ

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.

  • Capitol coverage profiles senate minority leader
  • New research indicates children learn biases early
  • Montrose begins Otter Road Bridge repair

  • Capitol Coverage profiles new house minority leader
  • Colorado transgender population has hard time finding rentals
  • Montrose hosts CSU ag forum
  • Crawford now taking utility payments by credit card

  • Capitol Coverage interviews new speaker of the house
  • Poll of Latino voters reveals concern for environment
  • Parks and Wildlife requiring proof of ownership to register vehicles
  • Broncos coach steps down

  • Conservationists give Trump list of protected animals
  • Pick for Interior Secretary familiar in the West
  • Tips for handling holiday conflict

  • No decision on Paonia Town Administrator
  • Ice fishing free at Crawford State Park
  • Migrant shepherds face difficult Christmas season
  • Parks and Wildlife addresses big game winter challenges

KVNF's Eric Goold brings us the latest on local sports across the Western Slope.


Rich Meck

For the second part of our program today, members of the Paonia Eagles football team and first-year Head Coach Brent McRae joined us to talk about the team's recent state championship win. 

This year marked the first time the Eagles have won a state title in over 50 years.

KVNF's Eric Goold brings us the latest on local sports across the Western Slope.


The Paonia Eagles football team is headed to Buena Vista tomorrow to take on the Demons for the state semi-finals game.

KVNF's Eric Goold brings us the latest on local sports across the Western Slope.


KVNF's Eric Goold brings us the latest on local sports across the Western Slope.


KVNF's Eric Goold brings us the latest on local sports across the Western Slope.


KVNF's Eric Goold brings us the latest on local sports across the Western Slope.


KVNF's Eric Goold brings us the latest on local sports across the Western Slope.


KVNF's Eric Goold brings us the latest on local sports across the Western Slope.


KVNF's Eric Goold brings us the latest on local sports across the Western Slope.


KVNF's Eric Goold brings us the latest on local sports across the Western Slope.  

  

KVNF's Eric Goold brings us the latest in local sports across the Western Slope.

Headlines:

  • Sen. Udall challenges NSA over spy techniques, Patriot Act
  • West Fork Fire Complex now burning over 80,000 acres
  • Paonia Town Council discusses implementation of Amendment 64
  • North Fork Valley is certified as a Creative District of Colorado
  • Sounds of the High Country report from KDNK in Carbondale
  • 6-year old transgender student was discriminated against in Colorado Springs

Headlines:

  • West Fork Fire Complex grows, danger
  • Veteran Fire Fighter talks about change in fire seasons
  • Western Slope Skies examines women in space
  • Possible new fracking technique eliminates sand
  • Search for Dylan Redwine continues

Headlines:

  • Director of Sierra Club views GarCo gas patch, promotes alternatives
  • Western U.S. being saturated with dust
  • Sen. Bennett announces disaster designations in six counties due to drought
  • Ouray Town Board decides to cancel this year's Sweet Corn Festival
  • Analysis of water in Gunnison River Basin

Headlines:

  • Montrose County closes road 77 to protect Sage Grouse
  • Grand Junction man sentenced after illegal lion hunts
  • Hotchkiss man pleads guilty to stealing weapons from deputy sheriff
  • Bluebell Fire near Conifer contained

Headlines:

  • Senate President Morse faces recall over gun control
  • Proponents and opponents of Amendment 64 prepare for legalized pot
  • GarCo Commissioners urged to rework zoning ordinances for water use

Headlines:

  • Conservationists of Year named
  • Study reveals use of school funds
  • Housing market in West focuses on walkable homes
  • Ride the Rockies starts this week

Headlines:

  • Rep. Scott Tipton sponsors new energy development bill in House
  • Tom Tancredo enters race, seeks to oust Hickenlooper from Governor's chair
  • Mountainfilm Festival begins this weekend in Telluride
  • Kebler Pass open, Paonia Reservoir stocked on eve of Holiday weekend
  • Weekly look at Western Slope skies

Headlines:

  • Paonia Mayor discusses bad roads, town issues
  • Thailand study shows bugs could provide solution to world food crisis
  • Telluride hopes to have local, organic food with lower carbon footprint
  • Interviews with Paonia girls state champion track team

Headlines:

  • Delta County Commissioners pay for study of North Fork groundwater
  • NASA scientists measuring snowpack
  • Towns ask BLM for more time to analyze new oil shale regs
  • BLM urged to release leasing information
  • Independence Pass to open on time Thursday

Headlines:

  • Gov. Hickenlooper signs four new bills protecting outdoors
  • Montrose City Council to consider permanent ban on marijuana sales
  • Gov. Hickenlooper set to visit Ouray School this week
  • Grand Junction resident to receive $1.2 million in state compensation
  • Cocker Kids Foundation donates to Delta County

Headlines:

  • Conservation groups urge BLM to end secrecy
  • Montrose Library reduces hours, will begin Saturday closures in July
  • BLM approves plan for new multi-use trail system near Ridgeway
  • Sheriffs in 54 of 64 state counties join protest against new gun control laws
  • Montrose resident comments on treatment of circus animals
  • North Fork prep track teams earn many honors at state meet
  • ISeeChange report on bird populations at Hart's Basin

Headlines:

  • Benzene detected in Parachute Creek for first time
  • Nearly half a million state residents eligible under new health care laws
  • INFORM loses challenge, uranium waste to remain in Western Colorado
  • Conservation Center sponsors e-cycling event in honor of Earth Day
  • Powderhorn ski resort will be open this weekend after new snow
  • Money sought to sustain program drawing movies to Colorado

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