From the KMTS News Room:

    • NEWS, JUNE 11TH ASPEN, Colo. (AP) – The Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a fly fisherman found a decomposing body along the south edge of the Roaring Fork River near Aspen. Deputy Tiffani Delaney says authorities were called Saturday afternoon and the man’s body was removed later that evening. The man appeared to be lying on his side with his head ...
    • NEWS, JUNE 8TH Glenwood Springs–Today marks the 10th anniversary of the most destructive fire in Glenwood Springs’ history. The Coal Seam Fire ignited in the South Canyon area and with sustained gusty winds, rapidly grew. The fire eventually scorched over 12 thousand acres and destroyed 29 homes. Glenwood Springs–The White River National Forest has implemented ...
    • NEWS, JUNE 7TH Rifle–Oil and gas companies are responsible for leaving the land as they found it after drilling. Encana Oil and Gas Land Architect Bryan Whiteley will talk about reclamation rules and regulations for drilling sites at tonight’s Garfield County Energy Advisory Board meeting in Rifle. The meeting will be held at the ...
    • NEWS, JUNE 6TH Glenwood Springs–The Grand Avenue Bridge project is now down to four alternatives. Tonight, citizens can get a glimpse of the four choices to replace the aging bridge during a open house at the Glenwood Springs Community Center from 5 to 7:30. C-DOT officials and engineers will be on hand to answer ...
    • NEWS, JUNE 5TH Glenwood Springs–Garfield County Commissioners got into a debate yesterday about marijuana. The board intended to talk more about adopting regulations dealing with grow operations in unincorporated parts of the county but it soon turned into a debate over buffer zones and social issues. The board will resume the discussion ...
    • NEWS, JUNE 4TH Glenwood Springs–The Garfield County Board of Commissioners voted to continue a discussion about medical marijuana grow operations. Commissioners are considering whether to adopt a final set of regulations recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission. The board is seeking additional legal advice before taking a final vote. The discussion ...
    • NEWS, JUNE 1ST Glenwood Springs–Hundreds of graduating seniors in the Roaring Fork Valley will turn the tassels this weekend. The final wave of graduation ceremonies begins this afternoon at 4 o’clock at Bridges High School in Carbondale. On Saturday, Colorado Rocky Mountain School and Roaring Fork High School will hold ceremonies at 10am. ...
    • NEWS, MAY 30TH Silt–The Silt Town Trustees unanimously voted to renew a lease agreement with Antero Resources to continue so-called “net mineral acre” drilling withint the town limits. DENVER (AP) – Marijuana advocates are trying again to add post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of conditions for which doctors can recommend medical marijuana under Colorado law. Activists who delivered petitions to the ...
    • NEWS, MAY 29TH Silt–Silt Town Trustees are expected to renew gas leases with Antero Resources at tonight’s meeting. The so-called “net mineral acres” agreement expired a month ago. The lease agreement allows drilling in certain areas of town and brings in about 180 thousand dollars a year in revenue. Tonight’s town hall ...
    • High Wind, Red Flag Warnings– Smoke in the Air not Local The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Warning until 10:00 PM tonight. They say gusts might reach 60 miles Per hour. Most outdoor burning is prohibited, with Red Flag Warnings issued across much of Western Colorado. Fortunately, smoke in the air today is from fires burning mostly in adjacent states.

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