From the KMTS News Room:

    • Special Weather Statement issued November 13 at 4:02PM MST by NWS Special Weather Statement issued November 13 at 4:02PM MST by NWS
    • News, November 13th WATER STUDY CONCLUDES; MAMM CREEK METHANE SEEPAGE MOSTLY NATURAL Glenwood Springs—An extensive and exhaustive study of drilling effects on groundwater in the Mamm Creek and West Divide Creek areas concluded that most of the chemical seepage is naturally occurring. That sums up a report delivered to the Garfield County Board of Commissioners.  Hydrogeologist Chris Gutman says ...
    • News, November 12th CHANGES FOR GARCO AIRPORT Glenwood Springs—The Garfield County Airport no longer exists.  It is now known as the Rifle/Garfield County Airport.  The word “regional” was removed from the name at the request of the Federal Aviation Administration for various reasons including the call letters for airport being too long.  Airport Manager Brian Condie discussed the future ...
    • News, November 11th GOVERNMENT OFFICES CLOSED FOR VETERAN’S DAY Glenwood Springs—Government offices are closed in honor of Veteran’s Day.  The Garfield County Board of Commissioners will hold it’s weekly public meeting Tuesday, November 12th at 8am. HOLMES RULING EXPECTED SOON ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) – New York’s highest court will decide whether state law protects a Fox News reporter from revealing confidential ...
    • Jack Jabbour preparing for KMTS’ coverage of Glenwood’s1st round playoff game @ Elizabeth.
    • Coal Ridge battling Holy Family at the 3A State Tournament
    • Avalanche Warning issued November 08 at 8:52AM MST by NWS Avalanche Warning issued November 08 at 8:52AM MST by NWS
    • Avalanche Watch issued November 08 at 8:03AM MST by NWS Avalanche Watch issued November 08 at 8:03AM MST by NWS
    • News, November 7th HEMP REGULATIONS APPROVED DENVER (AP) – Colorado has proposed regulations for legal hemp growing.  The regulations adopted Wednesday call for farmers to register and pay a $200 annual fee. They also will pay $1 per acre planted. Farms will be subject to inspections to make sure that the hemp plants limit the amount of a chemical ...
    • News, November 6th ELECTION 2013 RESULTS Glenwood Springs—-Coloradans say ‘no’ to more taxes for public schools but ‘yes’ to taxing pot smokers.  Amendment 66, which would have raised state income taxes by nearly a billion dollars a year for school funding, was overwhelmingly rejected by voters 66 to 34 percent.  The margin of defeat in Garfield and Pitkin counties ...

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