From the KMTS News Room:

    • Rifle Centennial Park Concert Series Continues with San Diego’s Foxfield Four The Rifle Centennial Park Concert Series continues with San Diego’s Foxfield Four, Saturday, August 16 at 7pm at the Centennial Park Pavilion in Rifle. Led by the classically trained pianist, David James, Foxfield Four is a pop-rock, piano-driven spectacle in the tradition of Ben Folds and Jerry Lee Lewis, whose energy and prowess on stage reminds ...
    • Installation of New Overhead Signage in Glenwood Canyon To begin on Wednesday Night August 13, 2014 – Northwestern Colorado/CDOT Region 3 – Night Work Scheduled in an Effort to Minimize Delays. EAGLE/GARFIELD COUNTIES —New and improved overhead signs are scheduled to be installed in Glenwood Canyon this week.  The first sign will be hung over the Hanging Lake Tunnel portal and will be installed on Wednesday and Thursday, August 13-14. ...
    • USA Pro Tour Will Impact Airport Airport staff, Airlines, Hotels, RFTA, Working to Minimize Traveler Impact (Aspen, CO)When Stage 1 of the USA Pro Challenge begins in Aspen next week the resort’s major artery to the airport will be closed for four hours. Highway 82 from Aspen to the Airport will be closed on Monday, August 18th between 1 p.m. and 5:15 p.m. Brush and Owl Creek roads will also be ...
    • KMTS NEWS 8-12-14 GLENWOOD SPRINGS (AP) — An aide to Gov. John Hickenlooper says the governor doesn’t want western Colorado to lose future revenue because of a proposal to settle lawsuits over drilling on the Roan Plateau. Hickenlooper’s planning and budget director gave his assurances in a letter to Republican state Rep. Bob Rankin of Carbondale. ASPEN (AP) — ...
    • Already Gone Takes the Stage for Music on the Mountain GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. (Aug. 12, 2014) — Music on the Mountain, the mountain-top concert series at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, continues on Sat., Aug. 16, with rock band Already Gone. Guests can ride the tram or bus free from the floor of the Roaring Fork Valley with the donation of a canned food item for ...
    • All Things Tomato Supports Literacy Outreach’s Learning English Through Cooking Classes Do you love tomatoes? Are you trying to figure out different ways to put up this wonderful fruit to enjoy during the winter.  Please come and join us in welcoming the CSU Master Food Safety Advisors as they teach us how to make and preserve homemade spaghetti sauce, tomato jelly, salsa.  We will learn 5 ...
    • Relay For Life of the Roaring Fork Valley Honors Cancer Survivors in Community With Two Events Glenwood Springs, CO (August 11, 2014) – On Friday, August 15th at 6pm, the Relay For Life of the Roaring Fork Valley will host a celebration dinner for local cancer survivors and their caregivers. Sponsored by the Hotel Colorado, this event will be held at the historic landmark. Join us for a night of celebration, ...
    • Rifle’s Ute Theater Wins Governors Award For Downtown Excellence The restored Ute Theater in Rifle received a Governor’s Award for Downtown Excellence in the category of “Best Adaptive Reuse or Rehabilitation”. The theater, originally constructed in 1946,and served as the community’s movie theater for decades, was purchased by the city and renovated, with construction being completed in May 2014.    It now serves as a performance ...
    • Seana Lee and Jackson Horn Join Coldwell Banker Mason Morse ASPEN, Colo…Coldwell Banker Mason Morse is excited to announce Seana Lee as a broker associate with the Aspen office. Born in Australia and raised all over the world, Lee had the privilege of attended TASIS Switzerland before heading back to Australia for university. She made the move to Aspen in 1994, her husband’s home town, and ...
    • Parts of Downtown Aspen Without Power ASPEN, CO – 8/4//14 – At approximately 11:30 a.m. a main electric feeder line in Aspen was severed due to private excavation work on E. Hallam Street.  A significant portion of downtown Aspen lost power at that time.  Approximately two and a half hours later power was restored to sections of Aspen;  however, portions of ...

    From the KMTS Sports Desk:

    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (10/28/2010) IN THE STATE 3-A HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER PLAYOFFS…. THE COAL RIDGE TITANS SHUTOUT TELLURIDE YESTERDAY IN PEACH VALLEY, 3 -ZIP. THE TITANS WILL TRAVEL TO PLAY WELD CENTRAL SATURDAY IN A SWEET 16 GAME. BASALT BLANKED SALIDA 5-NOTHING AT HOME AND WILL HIT THE ROAD TO PLAY SAINT MARY’S ON SATURDAY. THE ROARING FORK RAMS DEFEATED ...
    • State Soccer Playoffs: Coal Ridge Advances to Sweet 16 PEACH VALLEY – Coal Ridge soccer coach Brian Blair normally doesnt get too excited on the sidelines, but frequent first-half scoring opportunities that failed to add to a 1-0 lead had the coach known as “B” frustrated. “Doesnt anyone in white (the home team Titans) want to get to the ball?” ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (10/26/2010) SOCCER ______ THE BRACKETS HAVE BEEN SET FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT. FOUR LOCAL TEAMS ARE PLAYING TOMORROW IN THE 3A TOURNAMENT INCLUDING ROARING FORK, ASPEN, BASALT AND COAL RIDGE. THE 12TH SEEDED TITANS HOST TELLURIDE TOMORROW AFTERNOON AT 3:30. NUMBER 11 ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (10/25/2010) HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL _________________________ THE GLENWOOD DEMONS BEAT THE EAGLE VALLEY DEVILS FRIDAY NIGHT 33 TO 6. GLENWOOD NOW SITS ALONE ATOP THE WESTERN SLOPE CONFERENCE WITH A 5 AND O LEAGUE RECORD THANKS TO MOFFAT COUNTY’S 21-18 OVERTIME WIN OVER RIFLE. THE DEMONS TRAVEL TO DELTA ...
    • KMTS Game of the Week: Glenwood Runs to WSL Mountain Top GLENWOOD SPRINGS(10-22-10) — A steady downpour that drowned Glenwood’s passing game mattered little as the Demons ran all over Eagle Valley, 33-6, outrushing the Devils, 253 yards to 99, and essentially settling the outcome by the second play of the second quarter. That was a 41-yard touchdown run by quarterback Luke Jacob after a magical fake ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (10/20/2010) HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL _______________________ COAL RIDGE SWEPT GRAND VALLEY IN THREE GAMES. THE RIFLE LADY BEARS WERE ALSO SWEPT BY ASPEN. SOCCER _______ GLENWOOD ENDED THE SEASON ON A WINNING NOTE, DEFEATING PALISADE 4 TO 2 AT STUBLER MEMORIAL FIELD. BASALT BLANKED COAL RIDGE 1 TO NOTHING. ASPEN EDGED CRMS 2 TO 1 AND GRAND VALLEY FELL TO HOTCHKISS 5 TO 3.
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (10/19/2010) Softball ________ Both the Basalt Lady Longhorns and the Rifle Lady Bears are playing in the 3A state tournament this weekend at the Aurora Sports Complex. The 12th seeded Basalt Lady Longhorns take on 5 Platte Valley at 10am while at the same time the 16th seeded Rifle Lady Bears battle a top ranked Berthoud team. ...
    • KMTS Game of the Week: Demons Win 5th Straight, 39-14 @ Steamboat STEAMBOAT SPRINGS (10/15/10) — “If the right one don’t getcha, then the left one will,” Tennessee Ernie Ford sang in the mid-fifties song, “Sixteen Tons.” Steamboat Springs became the fourth straight Western Slope opponent to feel that one-two punch, better known as Luke Jacob and Drew Halsch, as the two seniors ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (10/15/2010) High School Volleyball ______________________ Glenwood lost a home match to Steamboat Springs, 3 games to 1. Coal Ridge beat Rifle 3 to 1. Soccer ______ Eagle Valley blanked Glenwood last night at Stubler 2 – zip. Coal Ridge dominated Grand Valley 6 to 1. Cross Country _____________ At the Rifle Invitational, it was a 1-2 ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (10/13/2010) VOLLEYBALL THE ROARING FORK LADY RAMS SUFFERED THEIR FIRST LOSS OF THE SEASON…..A HARD-FOUGHT, FIVE-GAME MATCH TO THE EAGLE VALLEY DEVILS IN GYPSUM. THE LOSS DROPS ROARING FORK TO 14 AND 1. COAL RIDGE AND BASALT’S MATCH ALSO WENT THE FULL FIVE GAMES WITH THE LADY TITANS COMING OUT ON TOP ...