From the KMTS News Room:

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    • Volunteers Needed for Mountain Fair The 43rd Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair, taking place July 25-27, needs your help!  Over 300 volunteers come together every year to make Mountain Fair one of the most  popular and unique fairs in Colorado. Mountain Fair Volunteers who give over 4 hours of their time are also eligible to receive a Mountain Fair T-Shirt and ...
    • Safe Cycling Fellow Citizens of Carbondale, Bicycling season has begun. For those of you who know me, you may find me out there peddling alongside of you as I love to ride too! With that being said, I have some concerns regarding the following things: Cyclists failing to obey traffic control devices. Cyclists going the wrong way down the street. Cyclists ...
    • PSA -HEARTBEAT Support for Survivors After Suicide Anyone who has suffered the loss of a friend or loved one through suicide is welcome at HEARTBEAT, a support group for Survivors After Suicide. The Glenwood Springs Chapter of HEARTBEAT – Support for Survivors After Suicide – will meet on Tuesday, June 10, at 6:30 pm. HEARTBEAT is open to anyone who has been touched by ...
    • BRUSH CREEK OVERLAY PROJECT June 2-13, weather permitting, Town of Snowmass Vilalge contractor Grand River Construction will perform an asphalt overlay project to improve the condition of town roadways. Impacted roads include Brush Creek Rd. (Wood Rd. to Snowmelt Rd.), Lot 11, Fall Ln., and Sinclair Rd. (from Brush Creek Rd. to a point to be determined). Expect minor ...
    • Police Looking for Suspect in Fort Collins Attempted Shooting This morning at 7:41 a.m., a man entered the southbound Port of Entry in Fort Collins and attempted to shoot a Port Of Entry officer. The suspect is described as a light-skinned black or Hispanic male in his early to mid-30s, 5’7″ to 5’9″ tall, with short black hair, a mustache,  and ...
    • Ragnar Trail Relay- Volunteers Needed! Help! We need volunteers We’re proud to be the official charity with Ragnar Trail Relay happening in Snowmass from June 6-7. We need volunteers to help make this event a successful one. Our Saturday shifts are filled up but we still need 18 volunteers for Friday.Please take the time to join us and help a great ...
    • PSA- The Garfield County Libraries Board of Trustees Regular Board Meeting The Garfield County Libraries Board of Trustees Regular Board Meeting will be held June 5, 2014 at the New Castle Branch Library, 402 W. Main Street, New Castle, CO 81647. Board meeting will begin at 6:pm. For ADA needs, please contact Wilma at 625-4270 prior to meeting.
    • PSA- Boy Scouts of America Swing for Scouts Golf Tournament Boy Scouts of America Swing for Scouts Golf Tournament, June 14 at Lakota Canyon. Help Grow the Scouting Program! Price Per Person: $89, Shotgun Start @ 1:30PM. We can match you up with other golfers. Entry includes: Golf, Cart, Range, Dinner, prizes and donation to Scouts!! Call Golf Shop to register, 970-984-9700 or call/email Earl with your questions, 970-319-0161. You ...
    • PSA- Roaring Fork Business Resource Center Hosts Discussion Groups on Local Investing Glenwood Springs, CO (May 28, 2014) – Roaring Fork Business Resource Center is hosting discussion groups on local investing and access to capital for entrepreneurs, investors and borrowers. Locations and times: City of Glenwood Springs Council Chambers on Wednesday, June 11 from 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.; Town of Basalt Council Chambers on Friday, June ...

    From the KMTS Sports Desk:

    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/29/2010) HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL ______________________ GRAND VALLEY DEFEATED RIFLE 3 GAMES TO 1. COAL RIDGE GOT PAST THE STUBBORN LONGHORNS LAST NIGHT IN BASALT, 3 GAMES TO 2.
    • High School Sports Scores, Weekend Preview Glenwoods soccer team beat the Battle Mountain Huskies yesterday, the volleyball team also won, beating Steamboat Springs and probably around the same time, in the game you heard right here on KMTS, the Glenwood Demons beat the Palisade Bulldogs 21-20 at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction. It was a great day for Basalt Sports yesterday too ...
    • GLENWOOD EDGES 2nd RANKED PALISADE, 21-20 GRAND JUNCTION (9/23/10) — A pair of 50-yard runs by Glenwood Springs quarterback Luke Jacob proved to be the difference in a stirring 21-20 fourth-quarter comeback win over the previously undefeated and second-ranked Palisade Bulldogs Thursday at Stocker Stadium in Grand Junction. What is unusual about the plays by Jacob is the first one – on ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/22/2010) HIGH SCHOOL GOLF ____________________ THE RIFLE BEARS TOOK THIRD PLACE OVERALL AT THE 4A REGIONAL TOURNAMENT IN MONTROSE. THE BEARS’ DANNY BARTELS SHOT A 77 AND QUALIFIED FOR THE STATE TOURNAMENT ALONG WITH TRISTON QUIGLEY. OTHER STATE QUALIFIERS AT THE 3-A LEVEL INCLUDE, MADISON BAILEY AND MICAH ENOVITZ FROM ROARING FORK AS WELL ...
    • KMTS Game of the Week: Ayala’s Pick Clinches Homecoming Win GLENWOOD SPRINGS (9/17/10) — The sagacity of playing 5A Fruita Monument for Glenwood’s football homecoming was questioned before, but not once the game began, and after the team and cheerleaders had sung the victory fight song, Chris Ayala — whose 88-yard interception return halted a Wildcat drive in the fourth quarter that would have tied ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/17/2010) HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL ______________________ GLENWOOD DEFEATED BATTLE MOUNTAIN 3 GAMES TO 1 LAST NIGHT TO IMPROVE TO 6 AND 0 ON THE SEASON. RIFLE EDGED HOTCHKISS 3 GAMES TO 2. ROARING FORK SWEPT ASPEN IN THREE. SOCCER ______ GLENWOOD BLANKED THE RIFLE BEARS YESTERDAY AT STUBLER MEMORIAL FIELD, 5-ZIP. COAL RIDGE SHUTOUT ROARING FORK 3-NOTHING. SOFTBALL ________ RIFLE GOT PAST GRAND ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/16/2010) HIGH SCHOOL GOLF ________________ THE TITAN INVITATIONAL IS BEING PLAYED TODAY AT LAKOTA CANYON GOLF CLUB. COAL RIDGE IS PLAYING HOST TO GLENWOOD SPRINGS, RIFLE AND ROARING FORK. SOCCER ______ GLENWOOD WELCOMES RIFLE TO STUBLER MEMORIAL FIELD FOR A 4 O’CLOCK GAME. ROARING FORK TRAVELS TO COAL RIDGE. SOFTBALL ________ GRAND VALLEY PLAYS AT RIFLE TODAY AT 5. VOLLEYBALL __________ ROARING ...
    • KMTS GAME OF THE WEEK: 4A Power Montrose Edges Glenwood, 6-0 MONTROSE (9/10/10) — Football fans expecting to see a heavyweight match between two top-ten programs featuring running, gunning senior quarterbacks, instead were treated to a baseball-like pitchers’ duel between a freshman and sophomore where defense was king and the 4A Montrose Indians scored with 29 seconds to play for a 6-0 win over visiting 3A ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/10/2010) SOCCER THE GLENWOOD DEMONS WERE SUNK BY THE SAILORS IN STEAMBOAT SPRINGS LAST NIGHT, 2 TO NOTHING. GLENWOOD’S NEXT GAME IS TUESDAY AT PALISADE. COLORADO ROCKY MOUNTAIN SCHOOL SHUTOUT GRAND VALLEY IN CARBONDALE, 5-ZIP. TOMMY ADGATE LED THE SCORING WITH A HAT TRICK. ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/09/2010) HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER __________________ FOUR GAMES WILL BE PLAYED AT 4 O’CLOCK THIS AFTERNOON INCLUDING GRAND VALLEY AT COLORADO ROCKY MOUNTAIN SCHOOL, COAL RIDGE AT BASALT, RIFLE AT HOTCHKISS AND ROARING FORK AT MOFFAT COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL IN CRAIG. THE GLENWOOD DEMONS ARE TRAVELING TO STEAMBOAT SPRINGS FOR A 6 O’CLOCK GAME WITH THE SAILORS. VOLLEYBALL __________ COAL RIDGE TAKES ON ...