From the KMTS News Room:

    • KMTS Baseball: Demons Sink Sailors Twice in Home Opener GLENWOOD SPRINGS (3/24/18) – Despite the deluge of rain that soaked the baseball field, it was the Glenwood Springs Demons and not the Steamboat Sailors who stayed afloat long enough to sweep a doubleheader in the Western Slope League opener for both teams. Coach Eric Nieslanik, his team, and coaching staff put in hours of work ...
    • Lift-Up Director Dies Glenwood Springs—When she was hired as the new executive director of Lift Up last October, she called it her “dream job.”  Amy Barr has died after a battle with cancer.  Prior to taking the helm at Lift Up five months ago, Barr’s reputation as a tireless, dedicated, devoted non-profit worker was well known across western ...
    • No Second Mistrial for Blagg Grand Junction/Golden—There will not be a second mistrial for convicted Grand Junction murderer Michael Blagg. The second trial for Blagg will continue in Jefferson County. District Judge Tamara Russell rejected a motion from Blagg’s attorney for a mistrial after his former mother-in-law, Marilyn Conway intentionally referenced proceedings from the 2004 trial in Mesa County where ...
    • Shake-Up in Colorado Senate Denver—State Senator Lucia Guzman has stepped down as the minority leader.  Guzman’s decision was due in part to protest Republican leadership’s handling of recent harassment complaints at the capitol. Guzman, who is term limited, will serve the rest of her time as the assistant minority leader.  Pueblo Democrat Leroy Garcia will take the helm as ...
    • Anvil Points Money Released Garfield County—At long last, the money that has been owed to Garfield, Rio Blanco, Mesa and Moffat Counties for the Anvil Points Naval Oil Shale clean up has been released by the federal government.  The broken promises to return about 18 million dollars goes back decades but for unexplained reasons, the U.S. Interior Department has ...
    • Garfield County Applies for Tier-1 Public Land Management Grant Rifle—Garfield County hopes to avoid future conflicts and disputes over public land policies and management with a coordinated plan.  The county approved an application for a Tier-1 grant through the Colorado Department of Local Affairs.  The $100,000 grant will help fund a federal lands policy review plan.  Commissioner Tom Jankovsky says the ultimate goal is ...
    • Garfield County Commissioner Says Progress Made in D.C. Rifle—Garfield County’s issues and challenges were put before some “movers and shakers” in the nation’s capitol last week during the annual National Association of Counties Conference.  It remains to be seen if any actual moving and shaking will occur. Garfield County’s ambassador was Commission Chairman John Martin.  He says he was able to bend the ...
    • No Booze on RFTA Buses Glenwood Springs—It’s last call for drinkers on RFTA buses. Starting June 9th, alcohol consumption will be prohibited on all RFTA buses. The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Board of Directors voted to ban booze. It’s an idea that has been tossed around by the board for a couple of years but things came to a head ...
    • Colorado Spring Runoff Looking Bleak Glenwood Springs—Unless the month of March brings snow to Colorado and a lot of it, spring and summer runoff is going to be a big disappointment. According to the latest snowpack and river report from the Roaring Fork Conservancy, not much has changed in the last week. Snowpack in the Roaring Fork Watershed is currently ...
    • Prescription Burns Planned Glenwood Springs—From Gypsum to Meeker to Aspen, thousands of acres of BLM and forest service land will be burned this spring.  Over the next several weeks, weather permitting, the Upper Colorado River Interagency Fire and Aviation Management Unit will conduct prescribed burns in Garfield, Pitkin, Rio Blanco and Eagle Counties.  Among the largest planned burns ...

    From the KMTS Sports Desk:

    • SCORES NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE FinalCarolina37Green Bay29 FinalN-Y Jets28Jacksonville23 FinalBuffalo33Miami17 FinalPittsburgh38Oakland35 Final OTMinnesota21St. Louis18 Final OTTennessee34New Orleans28 FinalNew England27Washington10 FinalSan Francisco17Atlanta16 FinalN-Y Giants32Tampa Bay18 FinalIndianapolis27Denver24 Final OTPhiladelphia33Dallas27 NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION FinalCleveland101Indiana97 FinalNew York99L-A Lakers95 FinalMiami96Toronto76 FinalOklahoma City124Phoenix103 FinalDetroit120Portland103 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE FinalDallas4Detroit1 FinalBoston2N-Y Islanders1 Final OTNew Jersey4Vancouver3 FinalChicago4Edmonton2
    • SPORTS SUNDAY SCORES WORLD SERIES FinalKansas City7N-Y Mets2, 12 Innings NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE FinalKansas City45Detroit10 FinalArizona34Cleveland20 FinalCincinnati16Pittsburgh10 FinalMinnesota23Chicago20 FinalNew Orleans52N-Y Giants49 FinalBaltimore29San Diego26 FinalSt. Louis27San Francisco6 Final OTTampa Bay23Atlanta20 FinalHouston20Tennessee6 FinalOakland34N-Y Jets20 FinalSeattle13Dallas12 FinalDenver29Green Bay10 NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION FinalAtlanta94Charlotte92 FinalSan Antonio95Boston87 FinalMiami109Houston89 FinalToronto106Milwaukee87 FinalOklahoma City117Denver93 FinalChicago92Orlando87 FinalDallas103L-A Lakers93 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE FinalSan Jose4Colorado3 FinalTampa Bay4Carolina3 FinalMontreal5Winnipeg1 FinalBuffalo2N-Y ...
    • SPORTS SCORES NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE FinalNew England36Miami7 NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION FinalMemphis112Indiana103 FinalAtlanta112New York101 FinalL-A Clippers104Dallas88 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE FinalPittsburgh4Buffalo3 Final OTCarolina3N-Y Islanders2 FinalNew Jersey4Philadelphia1 FinalColorado2Tampa Bay1 FinalSt. Louis2Anaheim1 FinalWinnipeg3Chicago1 Final OTDallas4Vancouver3 FinalEdmonton4Montreal3 TOP-25 COLLEGE FOOTBALL Final( 5) T-C-U40West Virginia10 FinalNorth Carolina26(23) Pittsburgh19
    • SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE Glenwood at Battle Mountain—6:30 Eagle Valley at Rifle————6:30   3A STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT BEGINS THIS WEEK Three teams from the local area received bids to play in the 2015 3A State Soccer Tournament.  The Basalt Longhorns received the highest bid of the valley teams at #16.  The Longhorns will play #17 Sheridan at Kent Denver this ...
    • KMTS Football: DEMONS, OSIER BREAK THROUGH AT SUMMIT FRISCO (10/23/15) – It was a night for firsts on a snow-soaked field in Frisco as Matt Osier and his Glenwood Springs teammates defeated Summit, 27-13. Osier, a senior, had never scored a varsity touchdown and the Demons were seeking their first win of the season as they played their first game ever ...
    • SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL Parachute—The Coal Ridge Lady Titans swept the Grand Valley Cardinals last night to claim the Western Slope Conference Championship.  Coal Ridge improved to 7 and 0 in league play, 14 and 5 overall. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCHEDULE  (ALL GAMES AT 7PM) Glenwood at Summit  (BROADCAST LIVE ON KMTS AND KMTS.COM) Rifle at Steamboat Springs Basalt at Battle ...
    • SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL SCORES Soccer Glenwood Springs—4   Summit—2 Coal Ridge—-3         Roaring Fork—-0 Volleyball Delta—-3      Glenwood Springs—-0 Grand Valley—-3     Roaring Fork—0 Coal Ridge—-3     Rifle—-0   NHL Denver—The Colorado Avalanche hope to bounce back from Sunday night’s loss to the Kings in Los Angeles when they host the Carolina Hurricanes tonight at the Pepsi Center. MLB / ROCKIES DENVER (AP) – The Colorado Rockies will bring back their coaching ...
    • Sports CLEVELAND (AP) – Peyton Manning shook off three interceptions and drove Denver in range for Brandon McManus’ 34-yard field goal with 4:56 left in overtime, giving the unbeaten Broncos a 26-23 win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.Manning took the Broncos from their 12 to the Cleveland 16 before McManus kicked his game-winner to make ...
    • KMTS Football; BEARS WIN TOP-10 DUEL WITH PALISADE GRAND JUNCTION (10-15-15) – Undefeated and second-ranked Palisade met its match in a staunch Rifle Bear defense that stopped four Bulldog scoring threats on fourth downs to hold on for a 13-7 victory at Stocker Stadium Thursday in Grand Junction. Ethan Strouse hit a couple of big passes to key scoring drives in the 2nd and ...
    • Sports LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCHEDULE SOCCER Palisade at Glenwood Springs….7pm Coal Ridge at Grand Junction…..6pm Roaring Fork at Rifle…………..4pm VOLLEYBALL Gunnison at Roaring Fork…..6pm (three matches at 6:30) Summit at Glenwood Battle Mountain at Rifle Aspen at Coal Ridge ELSEWHERE IN SPORTS NEW YORK (AP) – Clayton Kershaw will try to extend the Dodgers’ season when he takes the mound against Steven Matz and the New York ...