- FROM THE KMTS NEWSROOM… (04/20/2011)
Glenwood Springs–The Roaring Fork Re-1 School Board is expected to approve
the ’11-’12 budget with close to three million dollars in cuts. The meeting
begins at 4:30 with the budget discussion scheduled for 6 O’clock.
Glenwood Springs–Colorado Mountain College received final
approval from the Higher Learning Commission to begin
offering four year degrees next fall.
Meeker–He shot ...
- FROM THE KMTS NEWSROOM… (04/18/2011)
DENVER (AP) – Two of the last Colorado Republican immigration
proposals are being heard by a Democrat-led committee known for
killing GOP bills they don’t like.
One of the proposals would require the Colorado secretary of
state to block voters when their citizenship is in doubt. The other
measure would withhold ...
- FROM THE KMTS NEWSROOM… (04/15/2011)
Glenwood Springs–Matt Steckler is the new mayor of Glenwood Springs.
Steckler was awarded the gavel last night after the other nominee, Dave
Sturges withdrew his name and pledged his support for Steckler. Newly
elected councilmen Mike Gamba, Todd Leahy and Ted Edmonds were
also sworn in.
White River National Forest–State Forest officials unveiled the third
and latest plan to ...
- FROM THE KMTS NEWSROOM… (4/14/2011)
Glenwood Springs–A new Glenwood Springs mayor will be chosen tonight
by a new city council. Mayor pro-tem Dave Sturges is seeking the position
as well as councilman Matt Steckler. Newcomers Todd Leahy, Mike Gamba
and Ted Edmonds will also be sworn in.
Glenwood Springs–The Roaring Fork Re-1 School Board talked about
ways to make ...
- FROM THE KMTS NEWSROOM… (04/13/2011)
Glenwood Springs–Officials with the Roaring Fork Re-1 School District will once
again tackle budget concerns for the next school year. Cutbacks at the state level
won’t be as severe as first thought but the district is still facing a loss of
nearly three million dollars.
Rifle–Bad news for Rifle motorists…the safety improvement project at the
- FROM THE KMTS NEWSROOM… (04/07/2011)
Glenwood Springs–Longtime Glenwood Springs Elementary School
Principal Sonya Hemmen has a lot of friends in the community but
no job. Following two hours of emotional testimony from parents,
teachers, students and community members last night, the school
board voted to not renew her contract for next year. Hemmen
remains on paid suspension for reasons ...
- Resurfacing Project to Begin in Glenwood Canyon
LOCAL RAFTING COMPANIES ARE GOING TO BE INCONVENIENCED AT THE START OF THE SEASON BECAUSE OF A MAJOR REPAVING PROJECT IN GLENWOOD CANYON. A FOUR-MILE STRETCH OF I-70 FROM THE HANGING LAKE TUNNEL TO THE GRIZZLY CREEK REST AREA IS GOING ...
- FROM THE KMTS NEWSROOM… (04/04/2011)
Glenwood Springs–Garfield County Commissioners unanimously approved
a 3 thousand dollar contribution to the Glenwood Springs High School
Mock Trial Team to help send them to next month’s national competition
Rifle–The city of Rifle is now one of two places on the Western Slope
to sell compressed natural gas. Brand new c-n-g pumps officially opened
up for business ...
- FROM THE KMTS NEWSROOM… (04/01/2011)
Glenwood Springs–Governor John Hickenlooper paid a visit
to Glenwood Springs yesterday to talk about his ideas to revive
Colorado’s economy. Hickenlooper is visiting all 64 counties
touting his so-called “Bottom Up” economic plan that calls
for problem solving at the local level with the state’s help.
Georgetown–I-70 will be closed in both directions next Tuesday
and more than likely ...
- FROM THE KMTS NEWSROOM… (03/31/2011)
Denver–Colorado’s future water needs, specifically, Denver’s
needs, are being discussed by a panel of experts today. Some
predict the metro area will need an additional 272 thousand
acre feet of water by 20-50, putting further demands on
western slope supplies.
Denver–Should the Colorado Division of Wildlife and Parks
Department merge to save money? Governor Hickenlooper
likes the idea. ...