From the KMTS News Room:

    • PSA- Maroon Bells 50th event to give away first 50 tickets Tickets go on sale Monday for big Aug. 2 celebration at Highlands Tickets go on sale Monday, June 2, for the Maroon Bells Birthday Bash at Aspen Highlands, and organizers are kicking things off in suitably commemorative style. In a nod to the big Aug. 2 event’s occasion – the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the ...
    • Two Seriously Injured in Crash Near Rifle GARFIELD COUNTY, Colo. – A 29-year-old Glenwood Springs woman was seriously injured Thursday evening in rollover crash east of Rifle on Interstate 70. Her name is being held pending notification of her family. Just before 5 p.m. Thursday, 35-year-old Jesse Wanner, of Rifle, lost control of a 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer westbound on ...
    • 8 Tips to Merge Two Houses into One Beautiful Home 8 Tips to Merge Two Houses into One Beautiful Home{{BR}} Glenwood Springs Carpet One Floor & Home’s Experts Simplify the Transition Glenwood Springs, CO (Thursday, May 22, 2014) — Newly wed, newly engaged or even just downsizing to a smaller living space – merging his and hers into one cohesive space can be a challenge. ...
    • Telephone Scam Yesterday the Glenwood Springs Police Department started receiving reports from people in town receiving phone calls from an automated system “notifying” them that their “Chase Debit Account Card” had been locked due to misuse or their number. The message continues and requests that you press “1” to unlock your account and then it requests you ...
    • Battlement Mesa Prescribed Burn Scheduled for Tomorrow (May 21) Parachute, CO – Pending favorable weather conditions, Upper Colorado River Interagency Fire and Fuels Management crews and partners will conduct a prescribed burn this spring on the north aspect of Battlement Mesa, roughly seven miles from Parachute, on National Forest System lands near Garfield County Road 306.  The prescribed burn is expected to occur around ...
    • Equine Herpes Virus Discovered in Colorado DENVER (AP) – A horse that competed in the Colorado rodeo and barrel racing circuit has tested positive for a virus that can cause breathing problems and nervous system disorders for the animals. The state agriculture department said Friday that the horse was euthanized after developing neurological problems because of the equine herpes virus. Another competitive ...
    • I-70 Closed Both Directions Until at Least Late Afternoon Final Update: I-70 now open in both directions. UPDATE:  Eastbound I-70 is open from Glenwood Springs (mm 116) to Wolcott (mm 157) with a traffic escort in place. Periodic traffic stops may occur as well. Westbound I-70 remains closed from Wolcott (mm 157) to Glenwood Springs (mm 116) due to police activity. There is no ...
    • 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 to the latezt measurements, the Colorado River below Glenwood Springs is running at just ...
    • USDA and DOI Green Light Conservation Practices for Farmers Ranchers and Landowners in Five Lesser Prairie-Chicken States Contact: USDA Office of Communications   (202) 720-4623 Interior Office of Communications (202) 208-6416 USDA and Interior Department Green Light Conservation Practices for Farmers, Ranchers and Landowners inFive Lesser Prairie-Chicken States WASHINGTON, May 2, 2014 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Department of the Interior today announced that farmers, ranchers and landowners implementing Farm Service Agency (FSA) ...
    • 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 Insurance is responding to complaints from mountain areas where health insurance premiums under the new ...

    From the KMTS Sports Desk:

    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/08/2010) HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER __________________ COAL RIDGE SHUTOUT ASPEN 3-ZIP. RIFLE DROPPED A 1-NOTHING DECISION TO VAIL MOUNTAIN. GLENWOOD CAME UP SHORT IN A 4-3 LOSS AT HOME TO GRAND JUNCTION AND IN OVERTIME COLORADO ROCKY MOUNTAIN SCHOOL LOST TO HOTCHKISS 3 TO 2. SOFTBALL ________ PALISADE CLOBBERED RIFLE 17 TO 2. THE LADY BEARS ARE LOOKING FOR THEIR FIRST WIN ...
    • KMTS Game of the Week: Hats Off to Halsch in Demon Debut GLENWOOD SPRINGS (9-3-10) — “Who was that (un)masked man?” some Glenwood fans might’ve wondered when a 32-yard screen pass to an unhelmeted Number 17 interrupted a slew of flags and offensive inconsistency to spark back-to-back third-quarter scores, carrying the Demons to a 35-7 season-opening win over Basalt Friday. Even fans with programs couldn’t know ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/02/2010) HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL… THREE GAMES ARE ON THE SCHEDULE TONIGHT INCLUDING, ROARING FORK AT BASALT, ASPEN AT RIFLE AND COAL RIDGE AT GRAND VALLEY. ALL THE MATCHES START AT 6 O’CLOCK. TOMORROW, THE GLENWOOD DEMONS WILL WELCOME SEVERAL TEAMS TO TOWN FOR THE ANNUAL DEMON INVITATIONAL. TODAY IS THE FINAL TUNE ...
    • FROM THE KMTS SPORTS DESK… (09/01/2010) THE DEMON 5K CITIZENS RACE BENEFITTING THE GLENWOOD HIGH SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY TEAM WILL BE HELD THIS AFTERNOON AT 5:30. THE ENTRY FEE IS 15 DOLLARS. THE ANNUAL LABOR GOLF TOURNAMENT AT RIFLE CREEK TEES OFF THIS WEEKEND WITH A PRO-AM EVENT ON FRIDAY.