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.

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KVNF News speaks with Paonia Police Chief Neal Ferguson about the grant that was used to purchase a drone for the department, which will be used for enforcement against the marijuana black market.

  • BLM releases new RMP for Uncompaghre Field Office
  • Resource management plan proposes opening up vast public lands for oil, gas drilling
  • US House committee passes bill that would protect lands on Thompson Divide
  • Some 20 laws set to go into effect around the state today
  • Viral effort to change name of GJ Rockies gets no help from team management

  • Second Democratic presidential debate doesn't narrow the field
  • Hickenlooper, Bennet seek to get recognized in second presidential debate
  • Paradox Valley facility contributes to rise of earthquakes on Utah, Colorado border
  • Denver Zoo releases boreal toads in West, hoping to save endangered species

  • Colorado candidates for Democratic nomination hardly known nationally
  • Second Democratic debate tonight, Bennet, Hickenlooper hope to get noticed
  • Dramatic increase in acts of vandalism, graffitti on public lands in Utah, Colorado
  • KZMU reporter visits vandalised historic sites on public lands

  • Parks and Wildlife dealing with active mountain lion, deer seasons
  • Berthoud becomes only city in state to ban sale of dogs from puppy mills
  • Montrose hunter fined, penalized for illegally killing a bear in 2017
  • 16-year old young man from Naturita dies in car accident
  • Paonia activist testifies before committee in House of Representatives

  • 5 deaths on Colorado rivers so far this year; danger remains high
  • 2020 Census outreach begins
  • Rural residents of Western Slope at high risk of not being counted in census
  • New trend of forest bathing gaining steam in Colorado communities

  • Pumping groundwater leads to river shortages in West
  • First Democratic Presidential debate this week, 23 candidates running
  • Senator Bennet, former Guv Hickenlooper looking for support in debate
  • New report on well being of state's LGBT population

  • Rural Philanthropy Days brings non profits, donors together for networking
  • State website for fiscal oversight not updated, slow for most users

  • State lawmakers will have more money than they thought next year
  • Back the Badge initiative holds public meetings, two more remain
  • Governor Jared Polis is denied some funding for education program
  • Parks and Wildlife warns paddle boarders: Be Safe, wear PFD's

  • Suicide the no. 1 cause of death for Coloradans aged 10-24
  • KUNC's Luke Runyon files a report on Paonia's water crisis
  • Roads over Uncompaghre Plateau finally cleared, camping limited

  • Delta police respond to gunfight early Saturday morning
  • Colorado Supreme Court rules voters can decide to end TABOR
  • Sentences handed out in deaths of sisters near Norwood in 2017
  • As a state, Colorado ranks in the middle of the pack for child health

  • Colorado has one of the lowest measles vaccination rates in the country
  • Utah proposes a pipeline that would draw off shares of the Colorado River
  • Scientists, engineers meet to discuss threats to water in Mountain West

  • Advocates question Interior Secretary at Western Governors meeting
  • Wyoming plans several dams, reservoirs on Green River
  • Road report: Kebler Pass open, Cottonwood Pass still closed

Don Suppes, District 2, stopped by KVNF studios to talk with Felix Belmont and KVNF morning news host Eric Goold for the June edition of the Delta County Commissioners Report. Topics included mosquito abatement, county facilities, hemp regulations and veteran's issues.

  • Colorado emissions standards conflict with Trump Administration rollbacks
  • Colorado River water supplies dwindle while states continue to ask for more
  • Rare doe attack on woman in Craig raises awareness of danger from animals

  • Effort to put abortion restrictions on the statewide ballot
  • Report from Lake City on current conditions in Hinsdale County
  • Residents of Lake City issued sandbags, flood preparations continue
  • Lawmaker who sponsored Red Flag bill will not face recall

  • Petition effort underway to put popular vote issue to voters
  • Colorado Hemp Advancement Management Program to help hemp producers
  • Deadline to be stakeholder in CHAMP program is Friday

  • Jared Polis to meet with 11 other Western governors in Vail
  • Prisons in Colorado turning into defacto mental health clinics
  • Snowpack melting quickly, rivers up all around the state
  • Gunnison County river closures made due to safety threat

  • Armed Forces Celebration gets underway in Delta, lasts all weekend
  • Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall visits Confluence Park in Delta
  • Veterans, families, citizens gather in Delta to commemorate D Day

  • Colorado leading the way for states that want a public insurance option
  • KVNF News examines how the Federal Government will look at climage change
  • Grand Junction schools name permanent Superintendent
  • Bear that attacked a hiker on Memorial Day identified, killed
  • Delta County Commissioners sign contract for new Human Services Building

Laura Palmisano

Lake City in Hinsdale County has seen an historic avalanche season followed by a runoff that threatens floods. For KVNF News, Laura Palmisano interviews local editor and historian Grant Houston about the flooding situation in Lake City, both past and present. Emergency steps have already been taken, including moving the treasures and artifacts housed in the museum to safety.

  • First sentences handed down in deaths of children outside Norwood
  • General slated to lead Space Command speaks to Congress
  • New Space Command might headquarter in Colorado
  • CDOT will not blow up and clear boulder on Highway 145
  • CDOT starts summer work on I70 rock walls in Vail

  • Colorado state economy the fifth best in the country
  • Denver's mayoral election will be decided today
  • Lake City residents face possible floods, not for the first time
  • Glenwood Springs signs deal to become 100 percent renewable energy city

  • Democracy School coming to Paonia in October
  • New minimum wage law allows employees to lobby for higher wages
  • Governor Polis signs new laws aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions
  • DMEA will conduct a helicopter survey of its service lines

  • KOTO story recapping the rock fall on Highway 145 between Cortez and Telluride
  • KBUT story about volunteer efforts in Lake City as flood danger increases
  • Tri State power provider gets offer to retire most of its coal produced power

  • New law lets cities and towns set their own minimum wage
  • Investigators of destructive 416 Fire last year still don't know what caused it
  • Proposal for a Front Range rail line linking Fort Collins to Trinidad
  • Earthquake shakes Gypsum; third minor earthquake this year in state

  • Memorial Day bear attack near Aspen leads to search for animal on the loose
  • Plastic particles discovered in rainfall in Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Expert farmer gives tips about high altitude farming

  • Colorado 145 closed over weekend due to massive rock fall
  • CDOT crews continue blasting boulders, 145 to expected to reopen today
  • Memorial Day feature story about Gold Star mom in Colorado Springs
  • European country hopes to drill in oil rich Green River Formation

  • Colorado will pay additional 6 million dollars for accurate 2020 census
  • Candidate Hickenlooper will introduce his ideas for gun control today
  • Rundown of Memorial Day weekend closures of popular destinations
  • Lake City, Hinsdale County looking for help from volunteers
  • Colorado becomes first state to cap cost of insulin by law

  • Governor Polis signs equal pay bill into law
  • Snowpack around state at 202 percent of normal
  • Feature story on upcoming fire season in the area

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