From the KMTS News Room:

    • 315 Drivers Penalized with a DUI over Super Bowl Weekend Super Bowl weekend offered more to be upset about than just the outcome of the game, as the number of Heat is On DUI arrests throughout the weekend hit a total of 315. Law enforcement increased enforcement throughout the state to keep Colorado’s roads safe during the Super Bowl celebrations, which ran from Jan. 31 ...
    • News, February 11th GARCO THREATENS TO SUE STATE Glenwood Springs—Garfield County is prepared to take the state of Colorado to court over insurance rates and the alleged misuse of county sales tax revenue.  The Board of Commissioners directed County Attorney Frank Huftless to notify the Division of Insurance of the intent to file a lawsuit if nothing is done ...
    • BLM Seeks Nominations to NW Colorado Resource Advisory Council SILT, Colo. — The Bureau of Land Management’s Northwest Colorado District is seeking public nominations for five open positions on its Resource Advisory Council, which advises the District on public land issues. The Northwest Resource Advisory Council consists of 15 citizens with diverse interests in public land management, including conservationists, ranchers, outdoor recreationists, state and local ...
    • Michael Steiner Joins Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Steiner is the former broker/co-owner of Rothberg & Steiner in Aspen.  He started his real estate career in Center City Philadelphia before moving to Aspen 18 years ago. Today, he manages and advises some of the world’s wealthiest clients.   “To expand his network and resources, Steiner chose to join with one of the most powerful ...
    • New Laws, Misunderstanding Old Laws Create Tax Return Angst Most of the 750 regulatory changes made to the tax code in 2013 didn’t make headlines, but that doesn’t mean taxpayers won’t notice a change when they file their tax returns. “Understanding how changes in the tax code and life changes impact their tax situation can keep taxpayers from leaving money on the table at tax ...
    • Colorado Department of Transportation I-70 West, Denver Glenwood Springs – News Update Tunnel Safety Metering may be implemented along the I-70 mountain corridor prior to the Eisenhower Tunnel during peak travel times along I-70 eastbound. This type of metering is used sparingly in this area but when implemented, it is done so for safety reasons. Due to the lack of shoulders and pull offs inside the tunnel, ...
    • February Carbondale Card Offerings The Carbondale Card is valid from January 1st, 2014 through December 31st, 2014. Cards are only $25 each, and can be purchased from the Carbondale Chamber located in the Third Street Center, or from key retail locations, including Radio CMC and It’s My Party.  See below for the February 2014 Savings, Discounts, and Specials. For more ...
    • Alleged driver in fatal hit-and-run crash to becharged in Larimer County On January 25, 2014, the Colorado State Patrol was notified of a crash involving a passenger car and a bicycle on the northbound I-25 frontage road, just north of the Windsor exit. The driver of the passenger vehicle failed to stop and fled the scene of the crash. The bicyclist, Ernesto Jorge Wiedenbrug, was transported to ...
    • I-70 Mountain Corridor Peak Travel Time Metering Tunnel Safety Metering may be implemented along the I-70 mountain corridor prior to the Eisenhower Tunnel during peak travel times along I-70 eastbound. This type of metering is used sparingly in this area but when implemented, it is done so for safety reasons. Due to the lack of shoulders and pull offs inside the tunnel, ...
    • Rob Glassmire for Garfield County Coroner   I am announcing my candidacy for the office of Garfield County Coroner – Republican.  In my 11 years as a Garfield County Sheriff’s Deputy, four of which have been as a criminal investigator, I have realized the importance of a thorough and comprehensive medicolegal death investigation.   The coroner has a duty to treat the deceased and their surviving loved ...

    From the KMTS Sports Desk:

    • KMTS FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Glenwood Romps Into 2nd Round, 42-0 GLENWOOD SPRINGS (11/13/10) — Three 9-and-1 teams entered the 3A state football playoffs, and only one survived the first round. Capitalizing on two early turnovers and scoring on the first three possessions, the Glenwood Demons made sure they were not among the upset victims, sinking the Englewood Pirates, 42-0, Saturday at Stubler Memorial Field. Coach Rocky ...
    • Glenwood Makes Pirates Walk Plank in 3A Playoff Opener (Glenwood Springs) The Glenwood Demons dominated the Englewood Pirates Saturday afternoon in the 2010 3A opening round playoff game, 42 to nothing. The Demon’s used a stifling, opportunistic defense to bottle up the Pirates most dangerous weapon, senior running back Kevin Matthews. For the third year in a row, the Demons ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/12/2011) HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL ______________________________ THE ROARING FORK LADY RAMS ARE COMPETING THIS WEEKEND AT THE STATE 3A TOURNAMENT. THEY HAVE TWO MATCHES AT THE DENVER COLISEUM AGAINST EATON AND COLORADO SPRINGS CHRISTIAN. KMTS WILL PROVIDE UPDATES. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL __________________________ IT’S PLAYOFF TIME……. THE GLENWOOD DEMONS HOST THE ENGLEWOOD PIRATES TOMORROW ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/10/2010) VOLLEYBALL ______________ THE ROARING FORK RAMS’ FIRST MATCH IN THE STATE 3-A TOURNAMENT AT THE DENVER COLISEUM WILL BE PLAYED AT 11 AM FRIDAY. THE RAMS PLAY EATON. FOOTBALL ___________ IF YOU CAN’T MAKE IT TO THE GLENWOOD DEMONS’ PLAYOFF GAME THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 1 AGAINST THE ENGLEWOOD PIRATES, YOU CAN WATCH IT LIVE ON LINE….BE HEARD TV.COM ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/08/2010) HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL __________________________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS EARNED THE NUMBER TWO SEED IN THE STATE AND WILL HOST THE ENGLEWOOD PIRATES THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 1 0’CLOCK IN A FIRST ROUND PLAYOFF GAME. IN 2A FOOTBALL, THE COAL RIDGE TITANS ARE IN THE PLAYOFFS FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER. THEY’RE ...
    • KMTS Game of the Week: Glenwood Survives Bear Attack with Last-second Win GLENWOOD SPRINGS (11/5/10) — In the last second of the last league game for thirteen Glenwood senior football players, the Demons trailed Rifle by five points. As the clock turned to zero, Luke Jacob faked right, went left, and “The hole opened up for me,” he said afterwards. The Glenwood quarterback ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/05/2010) STATE 3A SOCCER __________________ THE COAL RIDGE TITANS LOST TO THE CLASSICAL ACADEMY LAST NIGHT IN COLORADO SPRINGS 4 TO NOTHING. THE TITANS FINISHED THEIR BEST YEAR EVER AT 16 AND 2. VOLLEYBALL _____________ THE STATE’S THIRD SEEDED ROARING FORK RAMS HOST THE REGION C TOURNAMENT TOMORROW MORNING IN CARBONDALE. THE RAMS WELCOME SAINT MARY’S, JEFFERSON ACADEMY AND ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (11/01/2010) SOCCER ________ THE COAL RIDGE TITANS BEAT WELD CENTRAL 2 TO NOTHING TO ADVANCE TO THE QUARTERFINALS. THEY’LL TAKE ON THE CLASSICAL ACADEMY THIS THURSDAY. VOLLEYBALL _____________ THE DISTRICT CHAMPION ROARING FORK LADY RAMS WILL HOST THE REGIONALS THIS WEEKEND. FOOTBALL __________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS DEFEATED DELTA 24 TO 7 AND CLAIMED THE WESTERN SLOPE CROWN THANKS TO PALISADE’S ...
    • KMTS Game of the Week: GLENWOOD WRAPS UP LEAGUE TITLE AT DELTA, 24-7 DELTA (10/29/10) — The Rifle-Glenwood rivalry doesn’t mean what it once did — not due to the Bears moving down to class 3A with Coal Ridge High School in most sports, but because next week’s anticipated showdown will no longer determine this season’s Western Slope League championship. The Demons (8-1, 6-0) clinched ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (10/29/2010) HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL _________________________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS TRAVEL TO DELTA TO TAKE ON THE PANTHERS. THE DEMONS COULD CLINCH THE LEAGUE TITLE TONIGHT WITH A WIN AND A RIFLE LOSS TO PALISADE AT BEAR’S STADIUM. CATCH ALL THE ACTION TONIGHT FROM DELTA ON KMTS WITH ...