From the KMTS News Room:

    • COLORADO SYMPHONY ANNOUNCES 2014/15 SEASON The Colorado Symphony is pleased to announce programming for the 2014/15 season, which opens Friday, September 18 at Boettcher Concert Hall. The Colorado Symphony’s 2014/15 season represents a richly diverse spectrum of symphonic music, from classical to contemporary. Under the guidance of Music Director Andrew Litton, the line-up includes appearances by some of symphonic music’s most ...
    • VALLEY VIEW HOSPITAL FIRST HOSPITAL IN ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION TO OFFER VASCULAR-ROBOTIC PROCEDURE WITH CORPATH SYSTEM Valley View Hospital today announced the launch of the only robotic-assisted coronary angioplasty program in the Rocky Mountain region. The procedure is performed by Frank Laws, M.D., the medical director of VVH’s Heart and Vascular Center using the CorPath System—the first and only FDA 510(k) cleared robotic-assisted technology to aid interventional cardiologists in placing stents ...
    • Investigation Of Suspicious Death Pitkin County, Colorado February 27, 2014 – The Pitkin County Sheriffs Office is currently investigating the death of a Woman believed to be Aspen resident, Nancy Piister. The death is Considered to be suspicious and is Currently part of an active and ongoing investigation. The successful arrest and prosecution of a person or persons responsible will be the ...
    • Wave Escorts Implemented on I-70 to Ensure Public Safety In order to ensure public safety in the Eisenhower Tunnel, CDOT may implement metering prior to the tunnel.  Metering is used sparingly in this area to ensure that emergency personnel can access the tunnel during an incident.  Should weather conditions require it, CDOT will implement wave escorts further down the mountain at Silverthorne to ensure ...
    • Roaring Fork Schools To Host Next Series of Community Visioning Meetings Building on the enthusiasm started during last fall’s community visioning process and to keep the community engaged, Roaring Fork Schools is asking the local community for its continued participation in the next steps of its community-wide visioning and strategic planning process. From March 11-13 the district is hosting a series of meetings in Basalt, Carbondale ...
    • News, February 28th ASPEN NATIVE BELIEVED MURDERED Aspen—The Colorado Bureau of Investigation and the Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office are investigating the apparent murder of Aspen native Nancy Pfister.  Pfister’s West Buttermilk Road home has been cordoned off by authorities and two people have been taken into custody. HARSH SENTENCE FOR ARMED ROBBER ASPEN (AP) – A man who pointed a handgun ...
    • CSP Reminds Motrists to Avoid Puffing Although some of the season’s coldest weather may have passed, the Colorado State Patrol reminds motorists to avoid leaving their vehicles “puffing,” or running unattended, in their driveways or on the street.  Last year, 11,304 vehicles were reported stolen in Colorado.  Nearly 1,700 of the stolen vehicles were taken not by force, but while the ...
    • Dunlap Sentenced Today Pearl Marie Dunlap will be sentenced as a result of the decision made at her trial which began on January 30, 2014. The trial stemmed from a summons issued on March 22, 2013 for Cruelty to Animals. Ms Dunlap was initially contacted on January 4, 2013 following a report that there was a mare and ...
    • Fatal Crash on Green Mountain Reservoir On February 24, 2014 at about 11:05 a.m., a 2010 Lincoln MKZ was traveling northbound on Colorado 9 near mile marker 121 when it went off the left side of the roadway.  The vehicle traveled down a steep embankment towards Green Mountain Reservoir.  The vehicle came to rest on Green Mountain Reservoir, approximately 275 feet ...
    • Law Enforcement Agencies Warn of Vehicle Break-Ins Pitkin County, Colorado – February 26, 2014 – The Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office and Town of Snowmass Village Police Department received information on Wednesday February 26, 2014 of a series of vehicle break-ins. According to information provided to law enforcement, at least 10 vehicles have had valuable items taken from inside them while left unlocked, parked overnight. There ...

    From the KMTS Sports Desk:

    • KMTS Games of the Week: Narrow Wins Move Glenwood Teams Closer to Titles GLENWOOD SPRINGS (2/5/11) — For the boys, it was an escape; for the girls, payback — but both Glenwood basketball teams earned hard-fought, down-to-the-wire wins this weekend that moved each a step closer to clinching their respective 4A Western Slope League championships. GS GIRLS 59, DELTA 56 “Our intensity was up,” Glenwood senior Kenzie Kuhn said of ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (02/04/2011) High School Basketball ______________________ The Glenwood Demons are back in action tonight taking on the Bulldogs at Palisade High School. The girls tip off at 6 while the boys play at 7:30. Catch both games on KMTS. The Demons host the Delta Panthers tomorrow afternoon at 12:30 and 2. Other ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (02/03/2011) High School Football…. Yesterday was another overhyped, ESPN circus known as NLIT day or national letter of intent day. Some local student/athletes who are going on to play college football include Blaze Barham from the Glenwood Demons. Blaze signed with Black Hills State College in South Dakota. Demons’ all-state linebacker ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/28/2011) HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL THE RIFLE BEARS HOST THE CEDAREDGE BRUINS TONIGHT AT 6 AND 7:30. YOU CAN CATCH BOTH GAMES LIVE ON KMTS. COAL RIDGE TRAVELS TO OLATHE WHILE GRAND VALLEY COMES TO CARBONDALE FOR TWO WITH THE ROARING FORK RAMS. TOMORROW AFTERNOON, THE GLENWOOD DEMONS ARE BACK IN ACTION TAKING ON THE SAILORS IN STEAMBOAT SPRINGS. ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/25/2011) High School Basketball ______________________ The Coal Ridge Titans host the Cedaredge Bruins tonight at 5:30 and 7. The Grand Valley Cardinals take on the Palisade Bulldogs in non-league tilt tonight in Parachute.
    • KMTS Game of the Week: Rifle Edges Olathe Twice; Heartache Remains OLATHE (1/22/11) – “Whether we win or lose doesn’t take away the heartache,” Rifle boys basketball coach Chris Lowther said after his team had just won its second straight one-point victory, resuming league play after the tragic death of junior Austin Booth due to a sudden attack of influenza. “Were still hurting,” Lowther ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/21/2011) THE RIFLE BEARS WILL HOST THE ROARING FORK RAMS AT 6 AND 7:30. IT’S THE FIRST GAME FOR RIFLE SINCE THE DEATH OF THEIR TEAMMATE, AUSTIN BOOTH. THE BOYS TIP OFF AT 6 WHILE THE GIRLS PLAY AT 7:30. A SPAGHETTI DINNER AND SILENT AUCTION WILL BE HELD PRIOR TO THE FIRST GAME ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/19/2011) HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL….. THE GLENWOOD DEMONS WERE SWEPT BY THE 5-A FRUITA-MONUMENT WILDCATS LAST NIGHT IN FRUITA. THE LADY DEMONS LOST 62-53 WHILE THE GLENWOOD BOYS WERE BEATEN BY 18 POINTS. GLENWOOD WILL HOST THE EAGLE VALLEY DEVILS TOMORROW NIGHT. IN PARACHUTE, THE GRAND VALLEY LADY CARDINALS GOT ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/18/2011) HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL _______________________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS TRAVEL TO FRUITA FOR A NON-LEAGUE SHOWDOWN WITH THE WILDCATS. THE LADY DEMONS TIP OFF AT 5:30 FOLLOWED BY THE BOYS AT 7 O’CLOCK. BOTH GAMES WILL BE BROADCAST LIVE ON KMTS. THE GRAND VALLEY CARDINALS WILL WELCOME THE ASPEN SKIERS TO PARACHUTE TONIGHT AT 5:30 AND ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/17/2011) HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL THE GLENWOOD DEMONS BOY’S TEAM WENT 2 AND 0 OVER THE WEEEKEND BY BEATING DELTA AND PALISADE. THE LADY DEMONS LOST TO DELTA FRIDAY NIGHT AND BOUNCED BACK AGAINST PALISADE ON SATURDAY. TOMORROW NIGHT, THE DEMONS TRAVEL TO FRUITA-MONUMENT FOR A NON-NEAGUE SHOWDOWN WITH THE 5-A WILDCATS AT 5-30 AND 7. ...