Author Archives: Ron Milhorn

NEWS, JULY 1ST

Glenwood Springs—The Federal Bureau of Investigation is working with local law enforcement to identify and capture the man who robbed the West Glenwood Alpine Bank early Monday afternoon.  The white, middle-aged man, wearing a ball cap and blue and white … Continue reading

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KMTS NEWS

HALF OF COLORADO STILL IN A DROUGHT Undated— State officials say about half of Colorado remains in some level of drought. The Department of Natural Resources said Monday that more than 15 percent of the state is in a severe … Continue reading

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PFISTER MURDER CASE CLOSED

Aspen—-The case is closed in the murder of lifelong Aspen resident Nancy Pfister.  66 year old William Styler pled guilty today to second degree murder and was immediately sentenced to 20 years in prison.  The former Denver anesthesiologist who is … Continue reading

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News, May 6th

GLENWOOD CANYON BIKE PATH CLOSED Glenwood Springs—The Glenwood Canyon bike path is closed from the Shoshone Power Plant to the Hanging Lake Rest Area due to high water. Officials with C-DOT say it will remain closed until further notice. According … Continue reading

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Sports, May 2nd

HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER The Glenwood Lady Demons’ season came to an end with last night’s 1-nothing playoff loss to Palisade at the Gates Soccer Park. Glenwood finishes the season at 8 and 7. Grand Valley defeated Basalt 5 to 1 … Continue reading

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News, May 2nd

COLORADO INSURANCE OFFICIALS REVIEWING RURAL/URBAN RATING DISCREPANCIES Denver—Colorado insurance regulators have been taking a look at why health insurance premiums vary so widely between urban and rural areas, and they’re releasing some of their findings today. The Colorado Division of … Continue reading

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News, April 29th

FEDERAL COURT RULING TODAY A VICTORY FOR SNOWMASS SKI AREA DENVER (AP) – A federal appeals court has upheld a U.S. Forest Service decision allowing new ski terrain on Burnt Mountain in the Snowmass ski area.  The 1st U.S. Circuit … Continue reading

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News April 28th

NEW YORK (AP) – Passengers flying Frontier Airlines will now have to pay extra to place carry-on bags in overhead bins or for advance seat assignments. The move comes as the Denver-based airline transforms itself into a fee-dependent airline, similar … Continue reading

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Sports, April 25th

HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL GLENWOOD HELD TO ONE HIT IN LOSS TO DELTA Glenwood Springs—The Glenwood Demons came within a whisker of being no-hit by the Western Slope League-leading Delta Panthers in Thursday’s 8 to 1 loss.  Designated hitter Isaac Law, … Continue reading

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News, April 25th

STATE HEALTH CARE C.E.O. SAYS ENROLLMENT IN OBAMACARE ON TRACK Durango—Connect for Health Colorado Chief Patty Fontneau says the state is on track to meet enrollment goals for the year.  She tells state lawmakers 128 thousand people have signed up … Continue reading

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