- NEWS SEARCH CONTINUES FOR COOK IN PITCO
Aspen—There’s still no sign of David Cook. Despite sending in dozens of reinforcements and additional back country rescue teams from around the state, efforts to find the missing 49 year old Albuquerque man in the Maroon Bells Wilderness area have come up empty. 10 days ago, the former Marine set ...
- NEWS ADDITIONAL CREWS LOOKING FOR MISSING CLIMBER
Aspen—The search for the New Mexico man who’s been missing in the Maroon Bells Wilderness area for over a week has intensified. Search teams from around the state have been called in to help find 49 year old David Cook of Albuquerque. The former Marine set out nine days ago ...
- NEWS AMAYA MURDER TRIAL
Eagle—While hiding under a truck from his crazed, older, gun-wielding cousin, an El Jebel teen talked to the 9-1-1 dispatcher the night of July 12th, 2014 moments after his parents had been gunned down in their home. The young man, now 15, was the first witness called to the stand yesterday in Eagle ...
- NEWS EL JEBEL DOUBLE MURDER TRIAL UNDERWAY
El Jebel—More than two years have passed since an El Jebel man shot and killed his aunt and uncle in their home. Today, opening arguments were heard in the double-murder trial of Williams Anderson Amaya. Amaya has pled not guilty by reason of insanity in the July 12th, 2014 ...
- NEWS GARCO ATTORNEY UP FOR JUDGESHIP
Glenwood Springs—Garfield County Attorney Tari Williams may soon be sounding a judge’s gavel. Williams of Carbondale is one of three candidates nominated to be the next judge for the Ninth Judicial District. The other nominees are Anne Morrdin, also of Carbondale and Scott Turner of Denver. Current District Judge Daniel Petre ...
- Huge Illegal Marijuana Grow Operation Found Near Rifle Rifle—A massive illegal marijuana grow operation near Rifle has been shut down by local and federal law enforcement agencies. Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario says 14 illegal Chinese immigrants, (12 men, 2 women) were also taken into custody and some three thousand marijuana plants were discovered. Vallario says suspicions were raised when authorities noticed a large ...
- NEWS VETERANS HEALTH CARE
Denver—The suicide of a veteran awaiting treatment for PTSD at a Colorado VA clinic has the attention of Colorado U.S. Senator Cory Gardner. Gardner and fellow GOP Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin are both asking for an investigation into a whistleblower’s report about the circumstances surrounding the veteran’s death. Gardner wants to know ...
- NEWS BLEAK BUDGET OUTLOOK FOR COLORADO
Denver—Garfield County’s impending budget challenges are symptomatic of what the entire state is facing in 2017. Colorado revenue forecasts released today by legislative and economic analysts say a combination of factors are to blame for the bleak budget outlook, namely shrinking oil and gas revenues and court-ordered tax refunds to oil ...
- NEWS HUNTER RESCUED NEAR SUNLIGHT
Aspen—A Wisconsin man hunting near Sunlight Mountain had to be escorted back to his campsite earlier this week after a cold night in the back country. According to reports from the Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office, about 20 members of Mountain Rescue Aspen were called out to assist 55 year old Charlie Johnson ...
- NEWS GARCO DEBATES PAY RAISES
Glenwood Springs—Garfield County employees will see a little more in their paychecks next year but not as much as they had hoped for. County Human Resources Director Dianne Hayes says the average merit-based pay raise around the state is 3.3 percent. She asking the county for a little less, somewhere between 3 ...
- SPORTS BRONCOS ‘D’ THROTTLES LUCK IN WIN OVER COLTS
DENVER (AP) – Von Miller gave the Denver fans a reminder of his Super Bowl 50 MVP performance, sweeping in for the sack-strip of Andrew Luck that sealed the Broncos’ 34-20 win over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. With the Broncos clinging to a six-point lead with 1:51 remaining, ...
- KMTS FOOTBALL: GLENWOOD SINKS SAILORS, 48-7 STEAMBOAT SPRINGS (9/16/16) — Under a full moon in Steamboat Springs, Glenwood’s football team matched its win total of a year ago with a 48-7 thrashing of the Sailors.
The Demons, after dropping a one-point decision against Kennedy in their second game of the season, used a devastating first-quarter ground game to punish Steamboat, which ...
- SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCHEDULE
Glenwood hosts Grand Junction Central tonight at 6 o’clock. Palisade visits Carbondale tonight to take on Roaring Fork.
Rifle travels to Palisade for a 6:30 match with the Bulldogs. Roaring Fork entertains Basalt in a league match at 6.
Phoenix, AZ—The Rockies blew a three-run lead in the sixth inning when Yasmany Tomas ...
- SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
Glenwood—3 Grand Junction Central—0
Roaring Fork—3 Moffat County——-1
Paonia—-3 Coal Ridge————-1
Grand Junction—2 Glenwood—–1
Coal Ridge——7 Rifle——1
Rifle—-13 Eagle Valley—3
Rifle—-3 Eagle Valley—-2
DENVER (AP) – Kelby Tomlinson hit a one-out, tiebreaking single in the ninth and ...
- SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
Steamboat Springs at Glenwood Springs 6 pm
Eagle Valley at Rifle 6 pm
Aspen at Vail Mountain 4 pm
Demon Invitational Tournament (Chavez-Spencer Gymnasium)
Roaring Fork at Glenwood Springs 6 pm
(Other school in the tournament include Denver Christian, Rangely and Grand Valley)
Denver—The Colorado Rockies split Wednesday’s doubleheader at Coors Field winning game ...
- SPORTS HIGH SCHOOL SCORES
Grand Junction—3 Glenwood—0
Roaring Fork—4 Rifle—–2
Jefferson Academy—4 Aspen—0
Elsewhere in sports…
DENVER (AP) – The game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Colorado Rockies scheduled for Tuesday night was postponed because of rain.They will now play a split doubleheader Wednesday, with the first game at 1:10 ...
- SPORTS BRONCOS NAME STARTING QB
Denver—Trevor Siemian has been chosen as the number one quarterback for the Denver Broncos. Coach Gary Kubiak told the team Monday that Siemian will be the starting signal caller when the Broncos face Carolina in the season opener Sept. 8. Kubiak informed Siemian, Mark Sanchez and Paxton Lynch of his decision before telling their ...
- KMTS EXPANDS COLLEGE FOOTBALL COVERAGE KMTS TO CARRY BUFFS AND RAMS COLLEGE FOOTBALL IN 2016
Glenwood Springs–Whether you cheer for the Colorado Buffaloes or the Rams of Colorado State University, you’ll be able to follow both football programs on the radio this season throughout the valley. Your Brand of Country, 99.1/99.5/95.9/105.5/102.3/97.1 KMTS-FM will broadcast a select number of games to satisify ...
- KMTS 2016 Football Broadcast schedule AUGUST
Friday, 26th Rifle @ Basalt 7pm
Friday, 2nd Conifer @ Glenwood 7pm
Thursday, 8th Glenwood @ JFK (Denver South) 7pm
Friday, 9th Rifle @ Florence 6pm
Friday, 16th Glenwood @ Steamboat Springs ...
- SPORTS DOG DAY 5K THIS SATURDAY
Glenwood Springs—The 4th annual “Dog Day 5k” is coming up this Saturday, August 20th at Two Rivers Park. The run/walk event is put on by Colorado Animal Rescue and raises money for the animal shelter. Registration begins at 8 am and the race gets under way at 9.
Denver—The Colorado ...