From the KMTS News Room:

    • NEWS, SEPTEMBER 15TH Glenwood Springs–There’s no money to rebuild or repair the Grand Avenue Bridge but tonight the Glenwood Springs City Council will set some goals for the bridge with C-DOT. Tonight’s meeting begins at 6. Glenwood Springs–Officials with Colorado Mountain College voted recently to continue negotiating with the city of Glenwood Springs about building a parking ...
    • NEWS, SEPTEMBER 12TH Aspen–Pitkin County authorities hope to soon retrieve the body of a climber who fell to his death this past Saturday on Pyramid Peak. The name of the 41 year old man has not been released. Rescue crews could not get to his body over the weekend because of adverse weather and ...
    • NEWS, SEPTEMBER 9TH Glenwood Springs–The Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association is asking the community to observe a moment of silence this Sunday, the 10th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. The moment of silence will be observed at 11 minutes after 9-am. Denver–9-11 observances will be held all over the state this Sunday. At ...
    • NEWS, SEPTEMBER 6TH Rifle–Graham Mesa Elementary School in Rifle is still closed as authorities try to find out the source of a strange odor that closed the building down last Thursday. First through fourth graders will attend classes tomorrow at other schools. Glenwood Springs–It works well on the flatlands but in the mountains, a 300 million dollar ...
    • Cause of Graham Mesa Elementary Illnesses Still Unknown RIFLE, CO – The Garfield Re-2 School District and Rifle Fire Protection District continue to investigate the events of Thursday, September 1, 2011 at Graham Mesa Elementary. Measures that have been taken thus far include: • On September 1, Garfield Re-2 maintenance staff conducted inspections of all areas of the school for carbon monoxide, carbon ...
    • NEWS, SEPTEMBER 2ND Rifle–Graham Mesa Elementary School in Rifle will remain closed today while the fire department tries to find the source of a suspicious odor that sent nearly two dozen people to the hospital yesterday. 22 students and a teacher were treated for dizziness and shortness of breath after the odor was detected just before ...
    • NEWS, SEPTEMBER 1ST Glenwood Springs–The Glenwood Springs City Council will get a progress report on efforts to build a new performing arts center during a 5 o’clock work session. The council will also get an update on the Garfield New Energy Communities Initiative at 6. The regular session begins at 7. Glenwood Springs–The Labor Day ...
    • NEWS, AUGUST 31ST MONTROSE, Colo. (AP) – A Colorado logger who cut off all of the toes on his right foot after he was pinned by a logging machine says he was afraid it would take hours to find him and he might die. Jon Hutt says he used a 3-inch pocketknife to sever his toes from the machinery about a half ...
    • NEWS, AUGUST 30TH Glenwood Springs–Hotel rooms were scarce in Glenwood Springs during the month of July. According to reports from the Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association, the occupancy rate was almost 81 and a half percent. That’s the highest rate in three years. Aspen–The Glenwood Springs man who stole a monk’s pain pills at the ...
    • NEWS, AUGUST 29TH Glenwood Springs–The Colorado Reapportionment Commission got an earful of comments from local leaders concerned about the new political district boundaries being proposed. The Commission held a public meeting this past weekend and received several negative comments about New Castle being moved from District 61 to the newly created 63rd. Redstone–It has been nominated as ...

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