From the KMTS News Room:

    • News, September 19th SOUTH BRIDGE PROJECT NIXED Glenwood Springs—The South Bridge Project in Glenwood Springs has gone south for the time being.  The plans to build the additional access route to Highway 82 from Four Mile Road and Glenwood Park didn’t make the final cut with the state’s “RAMP” program. (Responsible Acceleration of Maintenance and Partnerships)  The city of ...
    • News, September 18th FLOOD RECOVERY EFFORTS UNDERWAY LONGMONT (AP) – Colorado officials say the emergency response to the flood disaster is ending and the long and arduous task of recovery has begun.  Sheriff Joe Pelle said Wednesday that rescue workers are ending “high octane” search-and-rescue operations. Searchers are now going door-to-door and looking through debris piles and vehicles for ...
    • News, September 17th GARCO COMMISSIONERS APPROVE SPRING VALLEY SOURCE GAS COMPRESSOR STATION Glenwood Springs—The Garfield County Board of Commissioners approved plans for Source Gas to build a compressor station near the CMC Spring Valley Campus.  The approval came with several conditions including keeping noise at an acceptable level.  The site will be on the edge of the Nieslanik Ranch. CMC ...
    • News, September 16th COLORADO FLOODING UPDATES FORT COLLINS (AP) – Larimer County officials are reporting 398 people missing amid massive flooding, down 245 from previous estimates. The sheriff’s office says 213 people have been located and 32 other names on the list turned out to be duplicates. The Colorado Office of Emergency Management is reporting more than 1,250 people ...
    • News, September 13th FLOODING RAVAGES FRONT RANGE LYONS, Colo. (AP) – This is what Associated Press reporters on the scene Friday are learning about unfolding events:1:56 p.m. MDTThe football game between Fresno State and Colorado is being postponed because of the flooding devastating the state. Chancellor Philip DiStefano said the community is hurting and it’s not a good time ...
    • CDOT Issues Travel Advisory for Front Range Counties All Travelers in Boulder, Larimer, Jefferson and Clear Creek Counties recommended to avoid travel on State Highways and Interstates.
    • News, September 12th CARBONDALE FIREFIGHTERS RAISE MONEY FOR FALLEN ARIZONA FIREFIGHTERS Carbondale / Redstone—Ten thousand dollars has been raised by the Carbondale Rural and Fire Protection District to help the surviving family members of the 19 firefighters that were killed in the June 30th Yarnell Hill Fire in Prescott, Arizona.  The money was raised through donations collected over the ...
    • News, September 11th NO REC CENTER FOR RIFLE /COUNCIL SEATS FILLED Rifle—Voters in Rifle rejected a sales tax hike to build a new recreation center in yesterday’s municipal election.  Ballot question D was shot down by nearly 400 votes.  In the city council races, seven candidates were vying for four open seats.  The winners in order of vote tallies ...
    • Rifle Question D Defeated Unofficial final vote tallies from today’s election in Rifle show Question D (regarding a tax to fund a new community center) was defeated, 1063 to 685 votes. These four candidates were elected to City Council (starting with most votes):  Randy Winkler, Dirk Myers, Barbara Clifton and Hans Parkinson. Questions A, B and C passed easily. More information Wednesday ...
    • News, September 10th ELECTION DAY IN RIFLE Rifle—Voters in Rifle are deciding the fate of the 3/4 cent sales tax increase to pay for a new recreation center. Today is election day in Rifle and the rec center tax is one of four on the municipal ballot.  In addition, seven candidates are vying for four open seats on the ...

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