From the KMTS News Room:

    • News, July 11th GOVERNOR HICKENLOOPER IN GLENWOOD FRIDAY Glenwood Springs—Education, health care, the economy…what do you want to talk about with Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper?  He’ll be in Glenwood Springs tomorrow afternoon for a one hour chat with folks.  The Governor’s informal discussion begins at  1:30 in the Glenwood Springs council chambers. Space is limited and people are being ...
    • News, July 10th   COLORADO SHERIFFS UNFAZED BY TODAY’S NON-RULING OVER GUN CONTROL BILLS Denver—15 round magazine limits will still be in effect in Colorado after today’s decision in Denver Federal Court.  Judge Marcia Krieger was supposed to rule on whether to overturn the new magazine limit passed by lawmakers this year but she says there was nothing for her ...
    • News, July 9th GARCO BOARD APPROVES HWY 133 ACCESS CONTROL PLAN Glenwood Springs—After a spirited debate with citizens and officials with the Colorado Department of Transportation, the Garfield County Board of Commissioners agreed to re-adopt the State Highway 133 Access Control Plan.  The final vote was 2 to 1 with Commission Chairman John Martin in the minority.  Martin is ...
    • News, July 8th STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS CONSIDER AIR QUALITY RULES FOR DRILLING Denver—The state of Colorado needs to get tougher with the oil and gas industry regarding air pollution according to environmental activists.  Environmental groups are urging the state health department to impose and expand pollution controls on the industry that is currently under the purview of the Colorado ...
    • News, July 5th GLENWOOD SPRINGS FAMILY GETS GREEN LIGHT TO SUE OIL AND GAS COMPANY   DENVER (AP) – Beth and Bill Strudley can move forward with their lawsuit against Antero Resources thanks to a recent court ruling. The Strudleys say they moved to Glenwood Springs because oil and gas drilling activities contaminated their drinking water and air ...
    • News, July 3rd 4TH OF JULY DUI ENFORCEMENT BEGINS TONIGHT Glenwood Springs—Hundreds of additional law enforcement officers will be patrolling Colorado's highways looking for intoxicated drivers this 4th of July holiday weekend.  The “Heat is On” campaign begins tonight at 6. Most local agencies plan to have either saturation or increased patrols through Monday morning. FIRE ...
    • News, July 2nd BROTHER OF COLORADO SENATOR MISSING IN WYOMING Pinedale, WY/Carbondale, CO—Longtime Carbondale environmentalist, hiker and outdoorsman Randy Udall was supposed to be back from his backpacking trip to Wyoming’s Wind River Range last week.  The search for the younger brother of Colorado U.S. Senator Mark Udall is now in it’s fifth day.  A helicopter and several ground ...
    • Lost Cat Cat Lost in Rifle on Friday, June 28. Large neutered male Orange Tabby with 4 white feet. Had or has blue collar with Home Again tag. His name is Maynard and he is greatly missed. There is a reward for his return. Please call 379-3260.
    • News, July 1st   ARIZONA FIREFIGHTERS REMEMBERED BY GARCO COMMISSIONERS Glenwood Springs—A moment of silence and a word of prayer was offered this morning before the Garfield County Commissioner’s meeting for the 19 Arizona Hotshot firefighters killed yesterday. The deaths of the elite firefighters hit close to home in the Roaring Fork Valley as the 19th anniversary of the Storm ...
    • News, June 28th LOCAL SNOWMELT GONE Glenwood Springs—Local river and stream levels continue to plummet as the seering heat and wind persist. According to the latest information from the Roaring Fork Conservancy, what remained of the snowmelt in the high country has all but vanished from the heat wave this past week. Officials say the Roaring Fork ...

    From the KMTS Sports Desk: