- Colorado Court Reverses Ruling
GRAND JUNCTION (AP) – A Colorado appeals court has reversed an earlier ruling on a wrongful death suit by a Montana woman against a Grand Junction hotel and has sent the case back to Mesa County district court for reconsideration. Carol Jozovich claims in her lawsuit that her husband was electrocuted while he was swimming ...
- Pilot Identified
GRAND JUNCTION (AP) – The pilot killed in a small plane crash near Denver was a veterinarian and a former search and rescue volunteer. Sixty-seven-year-old Robert D. Marquis was killed Friday night in a crash that happened soon after his Cirrus SR-22 took off from Centennial Airport.
- Country star trivia
Fourteen years ago this month, this 2005 CMA Female Vocalist of the Year released her debut album, Here for the Party. Can you name this self-proclaimed “Redneck Woman?” ANSWER: Gretchen Wilson
- Dierks Bentley set to scale “The Mountain” in special late-night, CMA Fest show at the Ryman
Dierks Bentley wil play his new album, The Mountain, in its entirety during a special late-night concert Thursday, June 7 at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium
- Randy Travis surprises Carrie Underwood as she celebrates a decade on the Grand Ole Opry
It was a busy weekend for Carrie Underwood. Not only did she mentor the top five and perform her new hit, “Cry Pretty,” on American Idol Sunday, she also marked a career milestone Friday night: a decade of Opry membership
- Jordan Davis debuts on the Grand Ole Opry before hitting the road with Jake Owen and Chris Janson
This Friday night, Jordan Davis sets out on his biggest tour so far: the Life’s Whatcha Make It trek with Jake Owen and Chris Janson
- Maren Morris is “pulling out the stops” to perform “The Middle” on Sunday’s BBMAs
The last time Maren Morris was in Las Vegas performing on an awards show, she delivered her country single, “Rich,” on the ACMs. This weekend, she returns to Sin City to perform her pop smash, “The Middle,” with DJ/producer Zedd and electronic duo Grey at the Billboard Music Awards
- Moose Encounters in Frisco
FRISCO (AP) – Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers say they have identified two people who appeared in a video and a photo either approaching or feeding moose in separate incidents in Frisco. The two incidents happened last weekend and quickly went viral on social media. The state wildlife agency says both incidents have been addressed ...
- Forest Service Will Not Appeal Village at Wolf Creek Decision
DURANGO (AP) – The U.S. Forest Service has decided not to appeal a federal judge’s ruling to nix the controversial Village at Wolf Creek. The decision is a significant win for opponents of the proposed development and a possible major blow to developers. For about 30 years, the would-be developers have tried to build a ...
- Hanging Lake Management Plan on Hold for Now
Glenwood Springs—This summer it’ll still be first come, first served for visitors at the ever popular Hanging Lake Trail in Glenwood Canyon. The plan to start to charging a fee and shuttling tourists back and forth has been postponed by the White River National Forest until next year. Eagle-Holy Cross District Ranger Aaron Mayville says ...
- Sports, April 16th
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL GAME POSTPONED
Rifle—Tonight’s western slope showdown between the Rifle Bears and the Glenwood Demons has been rescheduled to Thursday night at Cooper Field in Rifle. The game time is 6:30, weather permitting and will be broadcast live on KMTS.
Coal Ridge is scheduled to take on the Bruins in Cedaredge today at 4 ...
- Sports, April 15th
NUGGETS SET FRANCHISE RECORD FOR WINS IN A SEASON
DENVER (AP) – Andre Iguodala (ihg-woh-DAH’-lah) scored 28 points and the Denver Nuggets set an NBA franchise record with their 55th win Sunday, beating the short-handed Portland Trail Blazers 118-109 but losing another starter. On the day Ty Lawson (right heel) returned to Denver’s starting ...
- Sports, April 12th
Rifle–The Rifle Bears came from behind to beat the Basalt Longhorns yesterday at Cooper Field 7 to 4. The Bears travel to Delta tomorrow while the Longhorns who are still undefeated in the Western Slope 3A, take on the second place Gunnison Cowboys.
Glenwood–The Glenwood Demons travel to Gypsum to battle the Eagle Valley Devils ...
- Sports, April 10th
GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER
Roaring Fork—9 Grand Valley—2
Vail Christian—0 Grand Junction Central—0
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
GLENWOOD WILL BATTLE PALISADE TONIGHT IN GJ
Grand Junction—The Glenwood Demons will take on the Palisade Bulldogs tonight at Suplizeo Field in Grand Junction. The game is set for 6 o’clock and will be broadcast live on KMTS.
ROCKIES LOSE SECOND STRAIGHT TO GIANTS
- 2013 Season Could be Todd Helton’s Last
MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Colorado Rockies are set to take on the Brewers in Milwaukee today as the baseball season gets under way.
Manager Walt Weiss is taking over a team that finished a franchise-worst 64-98 and last in the NL West, 30 games behind the division and World Series champion San Francisco Giants.
The 1988 AL ...
- Sports, March 28th
SAN ANTONIO (AP) – Tim Duncan had 23 points and 14 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs escaped with a 100-99 win over Denver on Wednesday night when Nuggets veteran guard Andre Miller missed a short jumper at the buzzer. Danny Green added 20 points and Tony Parker had 18 points and 11 assists ...
- Sports, March 27th
ROCKIES EDGE DODGERS
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) – Jon Garland tossed six impressive innings in his Colorado debut and Michael Cuddyer (kuh-DY’-ur) hit a grand slam that sent the Rockies to a 7-6 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday night. Garland signed a major league contract with Colorado on Sunday after he was let go ...
- Sports, March 26th
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
Rifle–The Rifle Bears beat the Steamboat Springs Sailors yesterday 8 to 5. Starting pitcher Danny Bartels struck out 15 to earn the win.
Scottsdale, AZ–Todd Helton led the Colorado Rockies’ 26-hit attack with a 4 for 4 performance as the boy’s in purple pounded the Cleveland Indians 18 to 4. The 39 ...
- Sports, March 22nd
SNOWY WEATHER FORCES CANCELLATION OF LOCAL GAMES
Glenwood Springs—Three high school soccer games, one lacrosse game and a tennis match were all canceled yesterday due to the wintry weather. Make up dates and times have not been announced.
HEAVY SCHEDULE OF SPRING SPORTS ON SATURDAY, WEATHER PERMITTING
Five baseball doubleheaders are slated for tomorrow beginning at 11am. Glenwood ...
- Sports, March 20th
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL SCORES
RIFLE–18 GRAND VALLEY–0
HOTCHKISS–4 ROARING FORK–1
ROARING FORK–5 BASALT–0
EAGLE VALLEY–15 GLENWOOD SPRINGS–0
ASPEN–1 COAL RIDGE–0
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) – Tiger Woods says he went public with his relationship with Olympic ski champion Lindsey Vonn to devalue any photos of sports’ ...