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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.

  • TSA employees at DIA calling in sick as government shutdown continues
  • Air travel becoming longer and more stressful amid TSA struggles
  • Colorado State Forest Service issues yearly survey about forest, tree health
  • Bark beetle activity flourishing in Southwest due to drought conditions

  • Democrat leaders meet at DIA, discuss shutdown with TSA employees
  • State forest service releases annual report on forest and tree health
  • San Juans, West Elks and Sawatch Range see spruce beetle increase
  • Governor Polis releases first budget goals, full time kindergarten a priority
  • Second phase of oil and gas drilling on Battlement Mesa approved

  • Western Slope Resources Reporting
  • Durango group wants to lower solar costs by eliminating installation fees
  • Conservationists buy famous Fisher's Peak outside of Trinidad
  • Department of Interior to limit FOIA requests during shutdown

  • Paonia meth house bust may be part of a larger Federal drug case
  • Citizens calling Congress members and venting frustration about shutdown
  • Capitol Coverage interview with new minority leader Chris Holbert

  • Governor Polis delivers ambitious State of the State address
  • El Salvador man in Colorado Springs seeks sanctuary in local church
  • Initiatives in State of the State address will need to find money in budget
  • Trinidad taking steps to fuel its outdoor recreation industry

  • Colorado among other states cutting funding, workers at National Parks
  • Wildlife advocates in state fear changes to Endangered Species Act
  • Luke Runyon reports on history of a Colorado dam funded by KKK
  • Clydesdales usher in new era of state liquor laws, full strength beer

  • SWAT team, law enforcement agencies descend on Paonia, suspected meth house
  • Jared Polis inaugurated Governor of Colorado
  • Polis under pressure from antifracking groups before he's even sworn in
  • Outgoing John Hickenlooper recalls favorite moments after 8 years as governor

  • Lawmakers open legislative session at the State Capitol
  • Over 100 demonstrators rally for stricter oil and gas regulations
  • Outgoing Governor John Hickenlooper considers run at Presidency
  • Food stamps being held up as government shutdown continues

  • Outgoing Governor Hickenlooper losing staff to high profile jobs
  • Western Slope Resources Reporting
  • Recent state of emergency declaration doesn't reflect propane supply
  • Meat industry sets new standard for use of antibiotics

  • Paonia resident faces murder charges in January shooting of local man
  • Governor-elect Jared Polis to have congressional writings archived at CU
  • Western Slope Resources Reporting
  • New program encourages young people to become farmers of tomorrow

  • Governor declares state of emergency due to lack of propane
  • 33,000 Colorado residents, mostly rural, face winter without heating fuel
  • Young students in Ridgway inspire city-wide ban on plastic bags
  • Head of Delta County Economic Development appointed to state board

  • Fundraisers across state warn donors to be wary of scams
  • Mental health problems increase dramatically over Holiday season
  • Colorado River flowed to Mexico four years ago, left a lasting legacy
  • Affordable health care plans still available from state; deadline approaches
  • Montrose City Council appoints 17 citizens to public safety committee

  • Senator Cory Gardner seeks marijuana and Conservation Fund bills
  • Early estimates of snowpack suggest Colorado River will be low next year
  • Capitol Coverage of rural insurance rates on the Western Slope

  • Gunnison Energy pays penalty for two oil and gas leaks in North Fork Valley
  • Agency approves larger oil and gas setbacks from schools and daycare facilities
  • Residency complaint re-filed against Delta County Republican Matt Soper
  • Capitol Coverage of complaints filed against outgoing Hickenlooper, Williams
  • Court ruling in Texas casts doubt on Affordable Care Act in Colorado

  • State agency regulating labor relations hopes for tougher governor
  • Capitol Conversation covers insurance rates in rural Colorado
  • Tribal water rights on Colorado River discussed in recent report

  • Governor John Hickenlooper faces ethics investigation in January
  • 2018 Farm Bill will redefine hemp, will remove it from Category I drug list
  • H2O Radio examines what the new 2018 Farm Bill contains

  • Capitol Coverage of Governor John Hickenlooper's pardons
  • Luke Runyon reports on the water management conference in Las Vegas
  • Secretary Zinke's resignation welcome news to environmental groups in West

  • BLM holds quarterly oil and gas land lease sale, over 7,000 acres purchased
  • Water managers warned by Bureau of Reclamation: make a mitigation agreement
  • Industrial hemp will be reclassisfied under new Farm Bill
  • Governor-elect Polis to have multiple inauguration parties, some free, some costly
  • Montrose County Sheriffs say goodbye to undersheriff Adam Murdie

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KVNF News speaks with KUNC reporter Luke Runyon, who uses a grant to fund year round coverage of the Colorado River and the effects of drought in the Southwest. In this Local Motion, we talk about this past year in Colorado River history, playing some old stories and talking about some new ones.

  • Red Mountain Pass closed today for road, electrical work
  • Hydro turbine technology being tested to take the burden off coal fired electricity
  • Geminids Meteor Shower reaches star gazing peak tonight, this weekend

  • Complaint against Representative-elect Soper is dismissed
  • Report indicates Colorado juvenile justice system needs reform
  • Capitol Coverage of Colorado health insurance marketplace

  • Representative-elect Matt Soper faces residency challenge
  • Colorado Seniors pushing back against plan to rollback prescription drug discounts
  • DMEA asks state commission to help decide fee for buying out of contract with Tri State
  • Seven Southwestern states meet in Las Vegas to discuss drought mitigation plan

  • Colorado Health Exchange needs to be more user friendly
  • State Senator Baumgardner removed from all committee appointments
  • Governor-elect Polis rounding out his cabinet selections
  • Polis begins to implement his plans for health care in state
  • Colorado rates well for number of insured children in state
  • Sage grouse habitat size to be reduced by Trump Administration

  • Town of Paonia appoints new trustee
  • State senator will not run for re-election after harassment accusations
  • Towns may begin enforcing bans on so-called urban camping
  • NORAD begins tracking Santa's journey from the North Pole

  • Officials in transportation fear for the future after funding denied by voters
  • Western Slope Resources Reporting looks at tourism in Western Colorado
  • Governor-elect Jared Polis getting 'wish lists' for funding from residents
  • Task force hopes to overhaul juvenile criminal justice system in the state

  • State Supreme Court denies Hickenlooper's request to clarify TABOR, Gallagher Amendment
  • Voters in San Miguel County approve financing for anti-suicide effort
  • Drought, climate change in state to get worse despite early snowfall
  • Nearly 50 percent of all state residents live in high wildfire danger areas
  • Boat ramps at Blue Mesa Reservoir closed due to low water, ice

  • Gunnison Energy proposes a second seismic mapping project 0utside Paonia
  • Governor-elect Polis prepares transition team to take office next month
  • Western Slope Resources Reporting on local Carbondale efforts to curb climate change

  • Interior Secretary comments on record wildfire season in West
  • Despite early snowfall, drought lingers in Colorado River Basin
  • State Democrats voice thoughts on Nancy Pelosi as Speaker
  • Longstanding Colorado River Compact likely not to be renegotiated

  • Governor Hickenlooper faces two ethics charges
  • Colorado Parks and Wildlife report- watch out for coyotes
  • Two bull elk killed illegally on Uncompaghre Plateau
  • Mountain Lion kitten shows problems of keeping wildlife pets
  • Ouray County sheriff's election decided by 11 votes
  • Montrose city police, County Sheriff to get new leadership

  • Victims identified in Hotchkiss deaths; circumstances still unclear
  • Committee votes for stronger restrictions on vehicle emissions in state
  • Capitol Coverage of Blue Wave: lawmakers discuss one-party control of state house
  • Montrose, Palisade football teams still playing in state playoffs

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