From the KMTS News Room:

    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...

    From the KMTS Sports Desk:

    • Glenwood Leaps Over Palisade in State Football Rankings PALISADE (9/23/10) — A pair of 50-yard runs by Glenwood quarterback Luke Jacob not only keyed the team's 21-20 fourth-quarter comeback win at Palisade Friday, but also launched the Demons back into the top ten 3A state rankings. Since posting back-to-back undefeated regular seasons in 2007-2008, GSHS has lived in the state's top ten, but a ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/29/2010) HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL ______________________ GRAND VALLEY DEFEATED RIFLE 3 GAMES TO 1. COAL RIDGE GOT PAST THE STUBBORN LONGHORNS LAST NIGHT IN BASALT, 3 GAMES TO 2.
    • High School Sports Scores, Weekend Preview Glenwoods soccer team beat the Battle Mountain Huskies yesterday, the volleyball team also won, beating Steamboat Springs and probably around the same time, in the game you heard right here on KMTS, the Glenwood Demons beat the Palisade Bulldogs 21-20 at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction. It was a great day for Basalt Sports yesterday too ...
    • GLENWOOD EDGES 2nd RANKED PALISADE, 21-20 GRAND JUNCTION (9/23/10) — A pair of 50-yard runs by Glenwood Springs quarterback Luke Jacob proved to be the difference in a stirring 21-20 fourth-quarter comeback win over the previously undefeated and second-ranked Palisade Bulldogs Thursday at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction. What is unusual about the plays by Jacob is the first one – on ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/22/2010) HIGH SCHOOL GOLF ____________________ THE RIFLE BEARS TOOK THIRD PLACE OVERALL AT THE 4A REGIONAL TOURNAMENT IN MONTROSE. THE BEARS' DANNY BARTELS SHOT A 77 AND QUALIFIED FOR THE STATE TOURNAMENT ALONG WITH TRISTON QUIGLEY. OTHER STATE QUALIFIERS AT THE 3-A LEVEL INCLUDE, MADISON BAILEY AND MICAH ENOVITZ FROM ROARING FORK AS WELL ...
    • KMTS Game of the Week: Ayala's Pick Clinches Homecoming Win GLENWOOD SPRINGS (9/17/10) — The sagacity of playing 5A Fruita Monument for Glenwood's football homecoming was questioned before, but not once the game began, and after the team and cheerleaders had sung the victory fight song, Chris Ayala — whose 88-yard interception return halted a Wildcat drive in the fourth quarter that would have tied ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/17/2010) HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL ______________________ GLENWOOD DEFEATED BATTLE MOUNTAIN 3 GAMES TO 1 LAST NIGHT TO IMPROVE TO 6 AND 0 ON THE SEASON. RIFLE EDGED HOTCHKISS 3 GAMES TO 2. ROARING FORK SWEPT ASPEN IN THREE. SOCCER ______ GLENWOOD BLANKED THE RIFLE BEARS YESTERDAY AT STUBLER MEMORIAL FIELD, 5-ZIP. COAL RIDGE SHUTOUT ROARING FORK 3-NOTHING. SOFTBALL ________ RIFLE GOT PAST GRAND ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/16/2010) HIGH SCHOOL GOLF ________________ THE TITAN INVITATIONAL IS BEING PLAYED TODAY AT LAKOTA CANYON GOLF CLUB. COAL RIDGE IS PLAYING HOST TO GLENWOOD SPRINGS, RIFLE AND ROARING FORK. SOCCER ______ GLENWOOD WELCOMES RIFLE TO STUBLER MEMORIAL FIELD FOR A 4 O'CLOCK GAME. ROARING FORK TRAVELS TO COAL RIDGE. SOFTBALL ________ GRAND VALLEY PLAYS AT RIFLE TODAY AT 5. VOLLEYBALL __________ ROARING ...
    • KMTS GAME OF THE WEEK: 4A Power Montrose Edges Glenwood, 6-0 MONTROSE (9/10/10) — Football fans expecting to see a heavyweight match between two top-ten programs featuring running, gunning senior quarterbacks, instead were treated to a baseball-like pitchers' duel between a freshman and sophomore where defense was king and the 4A Montrose Indians scored with 29 seconds to play for a 6-0 win over visiting 3A ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/10/2010) SOCCER THE GLENWOOD DEMONS WERE SUNK BY THE SAILORS IN STEAMBOAT SPRINGS LAST NIGHT, 2 TO NOTHING. GLENWOOD'S NEXT GAME IS TUESDAY AT PALISADE. COLORADO ROCKY MOUNTAIN SCHOOL SHUTOUT GRAND VALLEY IN CARBONDALE, 5-ZIP. TOMMY ADGATE LED THE SCORING WITH A HAT TRICK. ...