From the KMTS News Room:

    • NEWS, FEBRUARY 3RD Glenwood Springs–The Glenwood Springs City Council decided to continue the discussion on a new apartment complex for the Meadows. City officials want to work out a few issues with a park and an access road before giving the the go-ahead on the first 60-affordable units. Carbondale–About 50 people of all faiths gathered at a ...
    • NEWS, FEBRUARY 2ND Glenwood Springs–The Glenwood Springs City Council will take a second look at the Glenwood Green Apartment project at tonight’s meeting. Developers are hoping to build 60 affordable units at Glenwood Meadows. Tonight’s meeting begins at 7. Carbondale–It’s time for life to get back to normal in Carbondale after Tuesday’s special election that ...
    • NEWS, JANUARY 31ST Carbondale–It’s D-day in Carbondale. Voters are deciding the fate of the Village at Crystal River development project. Ballots have to be dropped off at either Carbondale Town Hall or the Garfield County courthouse. Glenwood Springs–Four Denver men linked to a statewide human trafficking/child prostitution ring allegedly conducted business in Glenwood ...
    • NEWS, JANUARY 31ST Carbondale–Carbondale voters have returned over 50 percent of the ballots that were mailed out for tomorrow’s special election deciding the fate of the Village at Crystal River development. Remaining ballots must be hand delivered tomorrow between 7-am and 7-pm to the county courthouse or Carbondale Town Hall. New Castle, Silt, Parachute–Municipal elections are coming ...
    • NEWS, JANUARY 27TH Rifle–The Rifle man accused of shooting a local cop during a domestic disturbance over a year ago won’t be tried on attempted first degree murder charges until July. The trial for Phillip Michael Amonette was supposed to begin next Monday. Amonette’s attorney however, was granted a postponement ...
    • NEWS, JANUARY 26TH WASHINGTON (AP) – The Obama administration says new rules to manage nearly 200 million acres of national forests will protect watersheds and wildlife while promoting uses ranging from recreation to logging. The new rules, to replace guidelines thrown out by a federal court in 2009, are set to take effect in early March. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced the rule change ...
    • NEWS, JANUARY 25TH ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) – Colorado tourism Director Al White is apologizing for disparaging remarks he made about New Mexico to the Wall Street Journal. After the paper ran an article about New Mexico’s efforts to boost tourism through a rebranding campaign, Colorado tourism director Al White responded, “So how about this for a theme: ‘New Mexico…just south of ...
    • NEWS, JANUARY 24TH Silt–The Garfield County Board of Commissioners agreed to give the town of Silt 1 million dollars for infrastructure improvements. Town officials asked for 4 million dollars but they say the money will help spruce up the area in hopes of attracting more commercial businesses. The money will come from ...
    • NEWS, JANUARY 23RD VAIL, Colo. (AP) – Authorities say a 13-year-old skier has been killed in an avalanche on Vail Mountain. The Eagle County coroner identified the skier as Taft Conlin of Eagle. The paper says the avalanche occurred yesterday afternoon on an expert run that is on a closed area. A backcountry avalanche warning was in effect for ...
    • Winter Storm Warning issued January 22 at 11:46AM MST until January 22 at 12:00PM MST by NWS Winter Storm Warning issued January 22 at 11:46AM MST until January 22 at 12:00PM MST by NWS

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