From the KMTS News Room:

    • NEWS OGDEN PLEADS NOT GUILTY IN BABY’S DEATH Glenwood Springs—The Parachute man accused of murdering his month-old daughter last June says he’s not guilty. 29 year old Matthew Ogden entered his plea Monday in Garfield County District Court. According to statements from Ogden’s wife, Phyllis Wyatt, she was awakened that night by pounding noises in the next ...
    • NEWS GLENWOOD CONSIDERS MINI-ROUNDABOUT Glenwood Springs—A mini-roundabout is being considered at the busy intersection of 27th and Grand Avenue in Glenwood Springs. SGM Design Engineer Lee Barger went before the city council Thursday night to explain how a smaller roundabout could keep traffic flowing smoothly in both directions, especially during peak travel times. Barger says ...
    • SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL GOLF Craig—The Rifle Lady Bears did it again. They captured their 7th team title of the season by winning the Moffat County Invitational Tuesday in Craig. HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL The Roaring Fork Rams lost to the visiting Hotchkiss Bulldogs 14 to 3. Today at 4, the Glenwood Demons hope to snap a ...
    • NEWS TAX WOES CLOSE POPULAR RIFLE EATERY Rifle—For the second time in three months, a Rifle business has been forced to close due to tax problems. The popular breakfast hangout, Base Camp was recently seized by the state for nonpayment of taxes. Plastered on the front door of the restaurant on East 3rd Street is ...
    • NEWS GLENWOOD CITY MANAGER SEARCH DOWN TO TWO Glenwood Springs—One of the three finalists for the Glenwood Springs City Manager’s job has dropped out. Former Palmer, Alaska City Manager Joe Hannan has pulled his name from consideration to take another job. That makes it a two-person contest between Debra Figueroa, the Assistant Borough Manager in Carlisle, Pennsylvania ...
    • NEWS ROLLOVER NEAR SILT INJURES TWO Silt—Two women in their early 20’s were injured, one seriously, after being ejected during a rollover accident yesterday morning near Silt. According to reports from the Colorado State Patrol, the women were heading east on I-70 just after 10:30 am when the driver of the 2000 Nissan Maxima drifted ...
    • SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL RIFLE—11 BATTLE MOUNTAIN—-10 MEEKER—–6 GRAND VALLEY—5 SOCCER BATTLE MOUNTAIN—-6 GLENWOOD SPRINGS—-2 ASPEN—-2 GRAND VALLEY—0 RIFLE—2 ROARING FORK—-0 MLB / ROCKIES Denver—The Colorado Rockies send heralded rookie Jon Gray to the hill tonight to face the Los Angeles Dodgers at Coors Field in his major league debut. The NL West leading Dodgers counter with veteran southpaw Scott Kazmir. ELSEWHERE IN SPORTS…. ...
    • NEWS DENVER (AP) – Denver is celebrating its new train service between downtown and the airport. The train – officially called the University of Colorado A line – began running between Union Station and Denver International Airport on Friday filled with dignitaries. UNDATED (AP) – Colorado lawmakers are following up on promises to change the state’s system ...
    • NEWS JORDAN COVE LNG PIPELINE Rifle—A project that could pump billions of dollars into the economies of Colorado and across the northwest is still moving forward despite a rejection from the federal government. The Jordan Cove Liquid Natural Gas Pipeline aims to find new markets for a struggling industry. Bob Braddock, the Senior Project Adviser ...
    • SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL BASEBAL SCORES Coal Ridge—11 Roaring Fork—1 Moffat County—9 Grand Valley—-6 Glenwood Springs is scheduled to host the Rifle Bears today at 3 in West Glenwood, weather permitting. The game will be broadcast live on line at KMTS.com and rebroadcast tonight on the radio at 7. SOCCER SCORES Glenwood edged Eagle Valley last night at Stubler Memorial Field, 3 to 2. Rifle lost ...

    From the KMTS Sports Desk:

    • Sports, September 13th FULL SLATE OF HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS ON TAP SOCCER Battle Mountain comes to Glenwood Springs for a 6 o’clock game. All other games will be played at 4 including Basalt at Coal Ridge, Grand Valley at Vail Mountain, CRMS at Moffat County, Eagle Valley at Rifle and Roaring Fork at Delta. VOLLEYBALL Glenwood hosts Eagle Valley tonight at ...
    • Sports, September 12th NEW YORK (AP) – Negotiators in the NHL labor dispute are meeting today in New York. This is their first meeting since last Friday. The two sides are trying to avoid a lockout this weekend. New York–New England is the top team in the AP Pro32 power rankings this week. In the first regular-season poll the ...
    • Sports, September 7th HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER Breckenridge–The Glenwood Demons were shut out by the Summit Tigers yesterday in Breckenridge, 3 to nothing. VOLLEYBALL Rifle swept Moffat County in three games. Coal Ridge took care of Grand Valley in three as did Roaring Fork in a match with Palisade. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL The Glenwood Demons are back on the gridiron ...
    • Sports, September 5th HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER Glenwood shutout the visiting Grand Junction Tigers 4 – zip. The Demons travel to Summit tomorrow. Basalt edged Roaring Fork 3 to 2 while Coal Ridge clobbered Moffat County 11 to 1. H.S. VOLLEYBALL The Roaring Fork Lady Rams defeated Basalt 3 games to 1 in Carbondale. H.S. SOFTBALL The Rifle Lady Bears ...
    • Sports, September 4th HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Glenwood Springs–The Rifle Bears have been bumped up to the number 1 spot in the 3A football rankings by the Colorado Preps Network. The week 2 rankings for 3A to 1A are as follows: CLASS 3A #1 Rifle (1-0) #2 Frederick (1-0) #3 Palisade (1-0) #4 D’Evelyn (1-1) #5 Lewis Palmer (1-0) #6 Conifer (2-0) #7 Silver Creek (1-0) #8 Holy ...
    • Sports, August 31st High School Volleyball Glenwood Springs–The host Glenwood Lady Demons lost their first match of the season to the Roaring Fork Rams in two games in day one of the Demon Invitational. Grand Valley defeated Aspen while Coal Ridge knocked off Rifle. 16 teams in all are competing in the tournament that concludes tomorrow. High ...
    • Sports, August 30th High School Volleyball Glenwood Springs–The Glenwood Invitational Volleyball tournament gets underway today at Glenwood Springs High School. The Lady Demons will host several teams from the valley including Rifle, Roaring Fork, Coal Ridge and Grand Valley. The tournament wraps up Saturday afternoon. High School Football Peach Valley–The 3rd ranked Rifle Bears head down the road to ...
    • Sports, August 29th High School Volleyball Glenwood Springs–The first big tournament of the season gets underway tomorrow at Glenwood Springs High School. The annual Demon Invitational will see teams from the Western Slope compete in the three-day event including the host Lady Demons, Coal Ridge, Grand Valley, Rifle and Roaring Fork. College Football Denver–The Colorado Buffaloes are slight favorites in this ...
    • Sports, August 28th NFL/Broncos ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) – The Denver Broncos have released veteran long-snapper Lonie Paxton in their first round of roster cuts. Former coach Josh McDaniels brought Paxton with him to Denver from New England in 2009, signing him to a five-year, $5.53 million deal that called for him to make $875,000 this season and $885,000 next year. ...
    • Sports, August 27th High School Football Glenwood Pummeled in Zero Week Game Conifer–The Glenwood Demons were manhandled by the bigger, faster, stronger Conifer Lobos Saturday afternoon, 42-19. The Demons committed 15 penalties during a hot afternoon and found themselves down 21 to nothing midway through the second quarter. Glenwood defensive back Chris Sarabia got the Demons on the board ...