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.

  • CDOT plans I70 rock work starting today, lasting until Christmas
  • Grand Junction weapons manufacturer settles with Federal Government
  • Mark up of wildlife bill in US House could impact species in Colorado
  • Ouray County Sheriff arrested, released over Thanksgiving for alleged DUI
  • Black Canyon Boys and Girls Club raising money for new Montrose facility

  • Recent storms bring increased avalanche probability around state
  • Small family farms the source of most Christmas trees in the country
  • Agriculture officials hope to avoid farm sector crash similar to one in 1980s

  • Democratic senate primary field gets smaller by one
  • Four groups partner together for land trusts in Western Colorado
  • New interactive map highlights climate changes in state
  • Predicted bomb cyclone event over Thanksgiving misses much of Western Slope
  • Delta Panthers make first football state title game since 1961

  • Governor Jared Polis talks about lack of affordable housing for job seekers
  • Famous gondola connecting Telluride and Mountain Village offers free transit
  • Big storm set to move through the listening area on Thanksgiving Day

  • Governor Jared Polis visits Montrose to attend job fair, promote rural economy
  • Rulemaking for new oil and gas regs continues, tackles issue of flow lines
  • Headwaters of Gunnison, Colorado rivers to be monitored by new system
  • Study shows vaping illnesses will increase in Colorado and other states
  • Paonia Town Council to hold budget public hearing tonight

  • Capitol Coverage of new transportation spending plan
  • Governor Jared Polis visits Montrose, talks jobs, economic improvement
  • GMUG National Forest chosen to provide US Capitol Christmas Tree
  • Supect in Pueblo synagogue bombing plot faces trial for hate crime

  • 22 states join Colorado's effort to get SCOTUS to rule on election case
  • Reports lists several Western Slope hospitals among the best in state
  • Memorial for slain law officer in Hinsdale County recalls service, changes
  • Delta County Health Department wants residents to wash their hands

  • Mesa County School District 51 schools closed today, tomorrow due to illness
  • Norwood School gets school shooting threat, agencies investigating
  • President Trump proposes changes to SNAP benefits for third time in one year
  • Montrose woman kills dog, barricades herself in home before being tasered

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In this edition of Local Motion, we'll feature the last interview Felix Belmont did with KVNF News. Felix and fellow longtime DJ Dennis Grunkemeyer played their last radio shows on November 17th, and Felix talked to KVNF's Eric Goold about the early days and his legacy as the world's oldest working DJ. Also in this Local Motion, two stories from the Rocky Mountain Community Radio exchange talk about water usage in hemp agriculture and in Utah homes.

  • Third school in Mesa County closes for deep clean after illnesses
  • Delta County man sentenced for murder of woman last year near Hotchkiss
  • Fires burning along coal seams a legacy of coal mining in the West
  • Garfield County Commissioners enact six-month moratorium on mining bids
  • FFA barn on Cedaredge HS campus burns down

  • Capitol Coverage of rise in hate crimes around the state
  • Mt. Garfield Middle School in Clifton closed today for deep clean
  • Proposed wolf reintroduction not supported by GarCo commissioners

  • Two schools in Palisade get a deep clean after students go home sick
  • New analysis of Colorado River suggests water users face dwindling supplies
  • Interview with Colorado Sun reporter about CORE Act in the Senate

  • Native American tribes in Colorado River Basin get seat at the table
  • KVNF DJ and founding father Felix Belmont to retire from radio work
  • Felix and Dennis last program will feature Emergency Power fundraiser

  • Paonia Trustees consider across the board rate increases for utilities
  • River in Arizona one of many in the West running out of groundwater
  • World's oldest working DJ, KVNF's own Felix Belmont, to retire

  • Fatal weekend crash outside of Delta leads to loss of life, severe injuries
  • Congress again takes up paying for Land and Water Conservation Fund
  • Judge orders halt to coal mining underneath roadless area in North Fork Valley

  • Former Governor Hickenlooper still under investigation for illegal travel
  • New rulemaking, regulations in store for oil and gas developers in state
  • Parks and Wildlife warns citizens to be on lookout for mule deer in rut
  • Hotchkiss football team makes playoffs for first time since 2012

  • Proposition DD passes with 50.8 percent of the vote, will legalize sports gambling
  • Defeat of Proposition CC just the beginning of a fight over TABOR
  • Delta County Library District reacts after proposed mill levy increase fails
  • Delta County Memorial Hospital names interim CEO, begins search
  • Montrose voters approve sales tax increase for police in closest vote of the election

  • Back the Badge, all 3 mill levy increases fail to pass in Delta County
  • Mesa County voters reject effort to raise money for new high school
  • City sales tax increase approved in Montrose for new police building
  • Statewide Proposition CC loses big, Proposition DD still too close to call
  • Governor Polis goes to India, promotes reusable energy sources
  • Pueblo students experiment with sending chile seeds to space
  • Two more ski resorts set to open on Friday

  • Governor Jared Polis releases his proposed budget for next year
  • Arrested man intended to bomb a synagogue in Pueblo
  • CORE Act will go to Senate after party line passage in House
  • Program to protect against fraud, scams launched in Grand Junction

  • Lawmakers will press forward with 5 school safety bills in next session
  • Gunnison Sage Grouse of Western Slope one of nation's rarest birds
  • US House passes CORE Act; Senate will take up Colorado economy bill
  • Trump Administration wants to roll back restrictions on coal industry
  • Paonia Town Council will discuss rate increases for all utilities tonight

  • Capitol Coverage of new digital ID's for smartphone use
  • Update on ballot count for Nov. 5th election and other news
  • Lawmakers debate which school safety measures to pursue
  • Efforts to bring health insurance to Colorado children are stalling
  • Longtime HQ of Coors Brewing leaving Colorado for Chicago

  • End of month storm brings record cold, snowfall in October
  • Lawmakers consider returning to traditional style license plates
  • Paroled felons around the state registering in time to vote
  • Ski resorts around state opening early after big snows
  • Human cases of West Nile virus in Delta County up to 35

  • Man killed in rollover on Hwy 50 outside Grand Junction
  • 3,000 residents of Palisade without water during repairs
  • Work on I70 in Grand Junction will bring delays
  • Cedaredge prepares to host Stars and Stripes Military Ball
  • Count of Gunnison sage grouse in Montrose County not sustainable
  • Wolf reintroduction in Colorado nears one step closer to ballot box

  • CEO at Delta Hospital will not have his contract renewed by Board
  • Montrose Indians on a roll, other area football teams readying for playoffs
  • Working budget submitted to Delta County Commissioners, meeting Nov. 25th
  • Invasive fish species behaves more like monsters
  • Statewide ski resorts opening earlier than expected after high country snowfall

  • New tire, traction laws not being followed by drivers, causing accidents
  • H2O Radio interview with proponent, opponent of Proposition DD
  • Friday Sports Report: Montrose football undefeated, earns No. 3 ranking

  • Human cases of West Nile Virus in Delta County up to 34 this year
  • Delta Schools superintendent talks about high school consolidation
  • Attorney General report about sexual abuse in Colorado Catholic dioceses
  • Senator Michael Bennet wants BLM to rethink Uncompahgre RMP

  • Capitol Coverage of transportation operator shortage in Denver
  • Senator Cory Gardner votes along party lines about Clean Power Plan
  • Congestion and heavy traffic at National Parks in West causing problems

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In this edition of Local Motion, we'll have discussion about two local ballot measures, the mill levy increase for Delta Schools transportation and the sales tax increase for public safety in Delta County. We'll also have a story about statewide ballot proposition DD. And on this Local  Motion, we'll have an interview with Hinsdale County's newest, history-making county commissioner. Also in this program is a story about agriculture in the San Luis Valley.

  • TEDX nonprofit in Paonia set to close at the end of November
  • Proposition CC causing confusion among state senior citizens
  • Utah tries new law allowing ATV, UTV use in National Parks

  • Colorado Parks and Wildlife advises hunters to be safe with campfires
  • Recall effort of Senate President Leroy Garcia fails to get enough signatures
  • Colorado conservation groups oppose appointment of acting BLM director
  • A record 33 human cases of West Nile Virus confirmed in Delta County

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