KMTS Connections is a Public Affairs Program which airs most weekdays around 12:30 PM. KMTS Connections is provided free of charge to any government agency, non-profit organization or event between Aspen and Parachute.

  • Valley Well Workplace Small Business Health and Wellness Symposium
    March 31 the Small Business Health and Wellness Symposium will be held from 8a.m. to 12p.m. for $20 per person. http://www.kmtsaudio.com/audio/Connections/03-14-2017%20Devon%20Vondette,%20Dana%20Peterson,%20Valley%20Well%20Workplace%20Partnership%20-%20Small%20Business%20Health%20and%20Wellness%20Symposium.mp3
  • Pregnancy Resource Center Fundraiser Banquet
    Kate Bintliff is the executive director of the Pregnancy Resource Center. March 31 they will be having a Fundraiser Banquet at Aspen Glen. There will be great food, information on the Pregnancy Resource Center, and a great time. http://www.kmtsaudio.com/audio/Connections/03-09-2017%20Kate%20Bintliff,%20Pregnancy%20Resource%20Center%20-%20Fundraiser%20Banquet.mp3
  • Grand River Health Nutrition Month, Hospital Compact and Greenhouse
    As kitchen manager Nikita Sullivent is in charge of the kitchen including all of the food that goes out per month. 5000-8000 meals per month go out, about 1500 of that is catering. Every meal is made from scratch. Meals are planned out a month ahead. It takes about a week to plan out a ...
  • Grand River Meals on Wheels Empty Bowls
    Three years ago Michelle McCurdy, a ceramics teacher at CMC, had the idea to bring Empty Bowls to Rifle. Empty Bowls is a fundraiser for Grand River Hospital’s Meals on Wheels. This is also the 50th Anniversary of CMC. “Empty Bowls is a feel good event and a great way to give back to our ...
  • Two Rivers Community School New Family Orientation
    Two Rivers Community School is a public charter school. The difference between a charter school and a public school is that a charter school is mission driven and has a lot more parent participation than a public school. Two Rivers Community School has about 285 students. They take students from K-8. March 9th they will ...
  • Glenwood Springs Kiwanis Stars of Tomorrow
    This is the 50th year for Stars of Tomorrow in Glenwood Springs. The Stars of Tomorrow program originally started in Boulder in 1953 and moved on across the state. The winner of this competition moves on to a regional competition, which will be held in Loveland. Stars of Tomorrow takes place this year on March ...
  • Kathryn Senor Family Fun Night
    Kelly Lord is a counselor at Kathryn Senor Elementary in New Castle. This Friday, March 3rd at 6:00 PM they will have a baked potato bar as well as prize bingo and a silent auction. Anybody that wants to have a good time and those who don’t want to cook that night are invited. The cost for ...
  • Glenwood Springs Historical Society Survey
    The Glenwood Springs Historical Society (Frontier Museum) is asking the public to take 10 minutes and fill out their online survey about the future of the museum and the Historical Society. The survey is available here:  bit.ly/glenwoodhistory