GARCO, BLM NEEDING PUBLIC FEEDBACK ON POTENTIAL DRILLING PLANS
Glenwood Springs—Concerned citizens are encouraged to comment on a couple of oil and gas-related issues in Garfield County. Next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, the Bureau of Land Management is hosting public meetings on a Draft Environmental Impact Statement analyzing 65 existing oil and gas leases in the ...
CARBONDALE POT SHOP ROBBERY
CARBONDALE. (AP) — Police arrested four young men accused of robbing a Carbondale marijuana shop as employees unlocked the door.The men were arrested after a manhunt by Carbondale police, Garfield County sheriff’s deputies and officers from the Glenwood Springs Police Department.Police say two of the men went inside Sweet Leaf Pioneer ...
Here are the latest scores from today’s sports events:
NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE
NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Final( 4) Iowa St.84Buffalo63
Final( 7) Oklahoma78( 9) Villanova55
RAFTA BUS CRASH TRIAL BEGINS IN PITKIN COUNTY
Aspen—It’s been over two years since passengers on a RAFTA bus were injured in a crash involving a tractor-trailer on Highway 82. Today marks their first day in court to find out who was at fault in the October 26th, 2013 rollover accident near Catherine Store. According to ...
CONTROVERSY, SPECULATION, ACCUSATIONS OVER GLENWOOD MGR JOB
Glenwood Springs—Today is Jeff Hecksel’s last day as the City Manager of Glenwood Springs, a position he has held for 11 years. Former Garfield County Manager and Attorney Drew Gorgey was hired as the interim City Manager with a 4 to 1 vote during the consent agenda last night. ...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The legal system may not resolve the question of whether the fatal shooting of three people at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic was an act of domestic terrorism. Robert Dear faces state charges of first-degree murder. But the federal criminal code has no specific charge for crimes considered domestic terrorism. That means ...
ASPEN MAYOR FLYING TO PARIS FOR CLIMATE SUMMIT
ASPEN (AP) — Aspen Mayor Steve Skadron is heading to Paris this week to take part in the global climate change conference, bringing with him the perspective of a town reliant on both snow and luxury. Skadron is flying to France tomorrow to spend six days at and ...
COLORADO SPRINGS PLANNED PARENTHOOD SHOOTER GOING TO COURT
Colorado Springs—The man accused in Friday’s bloody shooting rampage that left three people dead inside a Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood clinic will be formally advised of the charges against him today. 57 year old Robert Lewis Dear goes before a judge for the first time this afternoon. Investigators ...
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY TRAVEL MAY BE CHALLENGING
DENVER (AP) — More snow is headed toward Colorado but the storm isn’t expected to hit in time to slow down most travelers on today.The storm is forecast to move into the mountains and the Front Rangel late this afternoon. The snow is expected to continue into Thanksgiving Day and ...
COSTCO CHICKEN SALAD,E-COLI LINK
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Chicken salad from Costco has been linked to at least one case of E. coli in Washington state. Colorado, Montana and Utah also have confirmed E. coli cases connected to Costco chicken salad. Officials are working to determine the source.
DENVER (AP) — Federal officials say no ...
- FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (02/11/2011)
Swimming and Diving
Half of the Glenwood Demons’ 12-member squad will compete at the state meet today and tomorrow at Mountain View High School in
Loveland. This is the fourth straight year Senior Keevyn Scholl has qualified for state.
The Glenwood Demons are grappling at the 4A regional tournament today and tomorrow at Mesa State.
At the ...
- FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (02/09/2011)
High School Basketball
Peach Valley–The Coal Ridge Titans split a pair of games with their valley rival
last night. The Rifle Lady Bears beat Coal Ridge 60 to 34 to improve to 16 and 0
on the season. In the boy’s game, Coal Ridge came out on top, 72-55.
- FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (02/08/2011)
High School Basketball
The Coal Ridge Titans host the Rifle Bears tonight. The girls tip off at 5:30 with
the boy’s game following at 7 O’clock. Prior to the games, a spaghetti dinner
will be served with all the funds going to help out the family of Austin Booth,
the Rifle High School ...
- KMTS Games of the Week: Narrow Wins Move Glenwood Teams Closer to Titles
GLENWOOD SPRINGS (2/5/11) — For the boys, it was an escape; for the girls, payback — but both Glenwood basketball teams earned hard-fought, down-to-the-wire wins this weekend that moved each a step closer to clinching their respective 4A Western Slope League championships.
GS GIRLS 59, DELTA 56
“Our intensity was up,” Glenwood senior Kenzie Kuhn said of ...
- FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (02/04/2011)
High School Basketball
The Glenwood Demons are back in action tonight taking on the Bulldogs at Palisade
High School. The girls tip off at 6 while the boys play at 7:30. Catch both games on
KMTS. The Demons host the Delta Panthers tomorrow afternoon at 12:30 and 2.
- FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (02/03/2011)
High School Football….
Yesterday was another overhyped, ESPN circus known as NLIT day or national letter of intent day. Some local student/athletes who
are going on to play college football include Blaze Barham from the Glenwood Demons. Blaze signed with Black Hills State College
in South Dakota. Demons’ all-state linebacker ...
- FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/28/2011)
HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL
THE RIFLE BEARS HOST THE CEDAREDGE BRUINS TONIGHT AT 6 AND 7:30. YOU CAN CATCH BOTH GAMES LIVE ON KMTS.
COAL RIDGE TRAVELS TO OLATHE WHILE GRAND VALLEY COMES TO CARBONDALE FOR TWO WITH THE ROARING FORK RAMS.
TOMORROW AFTERNOON, THE GLENWOOD DEMONS ARE BACK IN ACTION TAKING ON THE SAILORS IN STEAMBOAT SPRINGS. ...
- FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/25/2011)
High School Basketball
The Coal Ridge Titans host the Cedaredge Bruins tonight at 5:30 and 7. The Grand Valley Cardinals take on the Palisade Bulldogs in non-league tilt tonight in Parachute.
- KMTS Game of the Week: Rifle Edges Olathe Twice; Heartache Remains
OLATHE (1/22/11) – “Whether we win or lose doesn’t take away the heartache,” Rifle boys basketball coach Chris Lowther said after his team had just won its second straight one-point victory, resuming league play after the tragic death of junior Austin Booth due to a sudden attack of influenza. “Were still hurting,” Lowther ...
- FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (01/21/2011)
THE RIFLE BEARS WILL HOST THE ROARING FORK RAMS AT 6 AND 7:30. IT’S THE FIRST GAME FOR RIFLE SINCE THE DEATH OF THEIR TEAMMATE, AUSTIN BOOTH. THE BOYS TIP OFF AT 6 WHILE THE GIRLS PLAY AT 7:30. A SPAGHETTI DINNER AND SILENT AUCTION WILL BE HELD PRIOR TO THE FIRST GAME ...