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Heather is an American journalist working as an anchor/reporter for KRDO Channel 13 News. She grew up in the plains of Colorado.
She attended and graduated from Wheaton College with a double major in Journalism and Music. She has also studied at the World Journalism Institute.
Heather Skold KRDO NewsChannel 13
After over 10 years pursuing news the nation over, Heather is glad to be back in her home state securing the 5:00, 6:00, and 10:00 p.m. workday broadcasts at KRDO NewsChannel 13.
Having experienced childhood with the fields of Colorado, getting the occupation here was a welcome homecoming, she says.
Her news vocation took her to Wheaton, IL, Grand Junction, CO, and Boise, ID. She has covered remarkable public misfortunes: the 9-11 Attacks, the Waldo Canyon Fire, Black Forest Fire, and the Aurora Theater Shootings.
She’s likewise had the advantage of celebrating with bosom disease survivors, riding in a B-17 plane with a WWII veteran, preparing with firemen for deftness rivalries, and field mooring the Presidential Debates and National Political Conventions.
She says the most compensating aspect of her responsibilities is tuning in to the individuals she meets.
“Recounting your story with exactness and respectability matters,” she says.
Heather is a three-time Regional Edward R. Murrow and three-time Emmy grant-winning columnist. She’s likewise gotten grants from the Colorado Press Association and Idaho Press Club and been perceived as “Best Newscaster” by the Colorado Broadcaster’s Association.
Rewarding the network is a need of hers. She’s filled in as the emcee for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure (in Idaho and now in Colorado Springs), the Pikes Peak Region Fallen Peace Officers, March of Dimes, and the Children’s Miracle Network. She likewise as of late completed her first half long-distance race.