From the KMTS News Room:

    • Construction Allowed to Continue in Greeley GREELEY, Colo. (AP) – Federal wildlife officials say Greeley can resume construction work along the banks of the Cache la Poudre River where great blue herons were nesting before the heavy equipment rolled in. Two weeks ago, work on an irrigation canal was halted after about 30 birds that had been nesting in trees took ...
    • Snowpack: So Far, So Good Steamboat Springs–Record snowpack and moisture levels are being reported in Colorado's northern mountains. Officials say the snow in the Buffalo Pass area near Steamboat Springs is over 16 feet deep. The southern part of the state however is suffering where the snowpack is only 72 percent of average.
    • EnCana Energy Expo Today in Rifle Rifle–The 9th annual Encana Energy Expo is underway at the Garfield County Fairgrounds Indoor arena in Rifle. Over 80 exhibitors are on hand today for the free event.
    • Oil Shale Meeting Draws Big Crowd in Rifle Rifle–The prospect of oil shale exploration drew several people to a B-L-M meeting yesterday in Rifle expressing a wide variety of opinions. The B-L-M is exploring a fresh look at oil shale research and development in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming.
    • WRNF Travel Management Plan Released Forest Supervisor Scott McWilliams says option “G” is his choice.
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTSDESK… (05/04/2011) Girl's High School Soccer ————————- Glenwood Springs-The Western Slope champion Glenwood Lady Demons put a bow on the regular season with last night's 6 to 1 win over Delta. The hometown fans at Stubler Memorial Field also witnessed Coach Steve White's 200th career win at the high school level. The Lady Demons now await the CHSAA ...
    • FROM THE KMTS NEWSROOM… (05/04/2011) Glenwood Springs–The new Travel Management plan for the White River National Forest has been released to the public. The plan deals with a number of issues related to travel in the backcountry as well as road and trail closures that were necessary to prevent further erosion. Rifle–The prospect of oil shale exploration drew several people ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTSDESK… (05/03/2011) Baseball ———- The Glenwood Demons lost to the Roaring Fork Rams 9 to 6 in Carbondale. Today, Coal Ridge plays at Basalt, Olathe visits Roaring Fork and Rifle travels to Aspen. Soccer ——– The Western Slope champion Glenwood Lady Demons will host Delta tonight at 6. Rifle welcomes Vail Christian at 4, Aspen plays at ...
    • FROM THE KMTS NEWSROOM… (05/03/2011) Rifle–The viability of oil shale in the western United States will be discussed during a public hearing tonight in Rifle. The Bureau of Land Management is holding meetings dealing with possible oil shale exploration and development. Three meetings are scheduled tonight at the CMC West Garfield Campus in Rifle at 4, 6:30 and ...
    • FROM THE KMTS NEWSROOM… (05/02/2011) Washington, D.C.–Colorado's congressional leaders are praising the news of Osama bin Laden's death but warning that the fight against terrorism will probably intensify. Officials at Fort Carson say the al-Qaida leader's demise is good news but will have little impact on their jobs. Grand Junction–The Ute Water Conservancy District of Grand Junction isn't ready to endorse ...

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