From the KMTS News Room:

    • Control burn at Canyon Creek Estates Control burn at Canyon Creek Estates, West Glenwood, near the 111 exit from  I-70. Some smoke from the burning of slash piles generated from a wildfire hazard fuels reduction project in Canyon Creek Estates may be visible in the area on February 27,28.  The burn will be conducted by a crew of fire fighters from ...
    • Call for Volunteers for Health & Wellness Expo Volunteers are needed for the 3rd Annual Health & Wellness Expo in Glenwood Springs. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 26, at Ramada Inn & Suites. Volunteers are needed as greeters, runners, announcers, door prize coordinators and more.  A meal (breakfast or lunch) will be provided for each shift ...
    • News, February 26th GOV PRAISES TOUGHER DRILLING REGS DENVER (AP) – Gov. John Hickenlooper says Colorado’s new air pollution curbs on the oil and gas industry are the nation’s strongest. The new rules include the nation’s first statewide limits on methane emissions from the oil and gas industry. They also call for infrared cameras to detect air pollution at ...
    • Grand River Meals on Wheels March for Meals Campaign The Annual March for Meals fundraising campaign is just around the corner. Grand River is joining with the National Meals On Wheels of America Association in making a month celebration and fund raising focus for Grand River Meals on Wheels. This celebration will include A month long celebration of different restaurants “Rounding Up” for GRMOW. One ...
    • CDOT Partners with Local Band to Turn the Volume Up on Distracted Driving The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) launches a statewide contest aimed at increasing awareness around the dangers of distracted driving. “Live Life in Slo Mo,” kicking off today and running through April, invites Colorado high school students to create a 60-second video depicting their own interpretation of what it means to live in the moment–free ...
    • News, February 25th GLENWOOD SPRINGS MURDER SUSPECT TO STAND TRIAL Glenwood Springs—Glenwood Springs restaurant owner Fredy Cabrera will be tried for 1st degree murder.  The 39 year old El Jebel man has been in the Garfield County Jail since being arrested last summer for gunning down and killing his teenage daughter’s boyfriend, 21 year old Douglas Menjivar late on ...
    • Aspen Skiing to pay nearly $109,000 to 300 workers following US Labor Department investigation Aspen Skiing Co. in Aspen has agreed to pay $108,796 in back wages and liquidated damages to 300 employees after an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor found violations of the minimum wage, overtime and record-keeping provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act. “Aspen Skiing Co. is one of the largest employers in this area. ...
    • RFSD Proposes Calendar Changes for Next School Year The Roaring Fork School District is considering some significant changes to its school calendar that would aim to increase student achievement and enhance professional development. A new partnership with the community-wide Cradle to Career Initiative by the Aspen Community Foundation and other community resources will support the proposed changes, allowing RFSD to offer expanded learning ...
    • Sheriff Lou Vallario Receives Patriot Award SPECIAL RECOGNITION FOR SUPPORT OF OUR MILITARY MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES. The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office has been recognized for their support of military service members and their families. Specifically, Sheriff Lou Vallario, in the center of the photo, was a recipient of the “Patriot Award” presented by the National Chair of Employer Support of the ...
    • News, February 19th GARCO CLARIFIES STANCE ON THOMPSON DIVIDE LEGISLATION Glenwood Springs—Contrary to reports, Garfield County Commission Chairman John Martin has not urged Western Slope Congressman Scott Tipton to support an effort to permanently ban drilling on the Thompson Divide.  County officials say Thompson Divide Coalition Director Zane Kessler took statements made earlier this month out of context and ...

    From the KMTS Sports Desk:

    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/14/2011) HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ______________________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS HIT THE ROAD TONIGHT TO TAKE ON THE PANTHERS AT DELTA HIGH SCHOOL. THE LADY DEMONS, LOOKING TO REBOUND FROM TUESDAY’S TWO-POINT LOSS TO RIFLE, WILL TIP OFF AT 6 O’CLOCK. THE BOYS WILL BATTLE DELTA AT 7:30. CATCH BOTH GAMES ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/12/2011) HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ______________________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS AND THE RIFLE BEARS SPLIT A PAIR OF GAMES LAST NIGHT AT THE BEAR’S DEN. THE LADY BEARS TOOK THE FIRST GAME 52-50 WHILE THE GLENWOOD BOY’S DEFEATED RIFLE 85-72. AT COAL RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL, THE COAL RIDGE LADY TITANS GOT PAST GRAND VALLEY 44-34. IN THE BOY’S CONTEST, THE ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/10/2011) HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL THE GLENWOOD DEMONS AND RIFLE BEARS BOY’S AND GIRL’S TEAMS ARE BOTH RED HOT AND WILL FACE EACH OTHER TOMORROW NIGHT IN RIFLE AT 6 AND 7:30. BOTH GAMES WILL BE BROADCAST LIVE ON KMTS. THE DENVER BRONCOS ARE STILL INTERVIEWING CANDIDATES FOR THE HEAD COACHING JOB. ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/04/2011) THE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SEASON RESUMES THIS FRIDAY NIGHT WITH A NUMBER OF LEAGUE CONTESTS INCLUDING THE GLENWOOD DEMONS GIRLS AND BOYS HOSTING THE STEAMBOAT SPRINGS SAILORS. KMTS WILL BE ON HAND WITH LIVE COVERAGE.
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (12/17/2011) BASKETBALL THE RIFLE BEARS SWEPT THE MOFFAT COUNTY BULLDOGS LAST NIGHT IN THE OPENING ROUND OF THE PALISADE TOURNAMENT. THE LADY BEARS DOMINATED THE ONCE POWERFUL LADY BULLDOGS 53-33. SENIOR CORTNEY CORDOVA LIT UP THE SCOREBOARD WITH 26 POINTS TO LEAD THE WAY. IN THE BOY’S GAME, THE RIFLE BEARS WERE JUST AS ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (12/16/2011) TEN MEMBERS OF THE GLENWOOD DEMONS FOOTBALL TEAM WERE NAMED TO THE WESTERN SLOPE ALL CONFERENCE TEAM INCLUDING A HALF DOZEN TO THE FIRST TEAM…NICK CIANI, CHAD MONTOVER, DREW HALSCH, LUKE JACOB, WILLY PELLAND AND BLAZE BARHAM. MICHAEL MILLS, MICHAEL BRUNK, CHRIS AYALA AND ALBERTO SALAZAR WERE NAMED TO THE HONORABLE MENTION SQUAD. CIANI AND ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (12/15/2010) HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL IN GRAND JUNCTION LAST NIGHT, THE GLENWOOD DEMONS SPLIT A PAIR OF GAMES AGAINST THE 5-A TIGERS. THE LADY DEMONS IMPROVED TO 7 AND O WITH A 54-49 WIN IN OVERTIME. KENZIE KUHN LED ALL SCORERS WITH 24 POINTS INCLUDING A KEY ASSIST AND THREE CLUTCH ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (12/13/2011) HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL _____________________________ THE GLENWOOD LADY DEMONS IMPROVED TO 6 AND 0 ON THE SEASON AFTER SWEEPING THE DEMON INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT. THE GLENWOOD BOYS’ WENT 2 AND 1 ON THE WEEKEND, DEFEATING ROARING FORK AND EAGLE VALLEY. GLENWOOD TRAVELS TO GRAND JUNCTION TOMORROW NIGHT TO TAKE ON THE TIGERS AT 5:30 ...
    • KMTS FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Glenwood Finishes Second in State Championship AURORA (12-4-10) – “Elizabeth is the best football team we’ve seen all year,” Glenwood football coach Rocky Whitworth said BEFORE the Cardinals stopped the Demons’ 11-game winning streak, 29-6. to win the 3A state championship at Legacy Stadium Saturday. It’s been a season-long pre-game mantra for Whitworth, who coached Glenwood to an ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (12/03/2010) HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ____________________________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS AND THE ROARING FORK RAMS GIRL’S AND BOY’S TEAMS TIPPED OFF THE 10-11 SEASON. IN THE GIRLS VARSITY CONTEST, THE LADY DEMONS, LED BY SENIOR CAPTAIN AND FOUR YEAR STARTING POINT GUARD, KENZIE KUHN CRUISED PAST ROARING FORK 65-21. ...