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.

  • KMTS Connections: One Acts in the Stacks
    This Saturday night, Willie Moseley directs “One Acts in the Stacks,” a group of three one-act plays, performed by Bostyn Elswick, Hattie Rensberry, Josh Adamson, and Scott Elmore at the Carbondale Branch Library. Willie, Hattie, and Josh tell us all about it. More information is available here:
  • KMTS Connections: Symphony in the Valley Presents Harmony in Color & Sound
    Symphony in the Valley Presents Harmony in Color & Sound. Ute Theater in Rifle, Friday, March 1 at 7:00PM New Hope Church, New Castle, Saturday, March 2 at 2:00 PM Tickets and information at
  • KMTS Connections: G3 4-H Club Barn Dance
    Marcus Erpestad, Harper Pollard, and Alex Merchison discuss the barn dance to raise money for the G3 4-H Club, Saturday, March 16 in the South Hall of the Garfield County Fairgrounds. Tickets are $10 at the door, or $20 for the family (parents and kids). More information about the barn dance can be found here:
  • KMTS Connections: Glenwood Springs High School Production of Funny Girl
    Glenwood Springs High School presents Funny Girl, the same musical seen for the first time on stage almost exactly 60 years ago that starred Barbara Steisand. Director Amy Moritz talks about the history of the theatre program at Glenwood Springs High School and her experience directing Funny Girl. AJ Lott and Sera Dehm talk about their characters ...
  • KMTS Connections: Journey Home Animal Care Center Events
    JHACC Development Director, Jessie Roy tells us about this weekend’s Hoot at the Ute event, plus upcoming events like the Spayghetti Dinner and Strut for Mutts.
  • KMTS Connections: Sopris Theatre Company Production of Native Gardens
    Brad Moore Directs the Sopris Theatre Company Production of Karen Zacarias‘ Native Gardens. Brad discusses the show along with cast members Heather Exby and Willie Moseley. More information and tickets here:
  • KMTS Connections: Glenwood Elks Veteran of the Quarter Dinner and More
    Jazz Moser and Pam Ruzicka tell us about the Veteran of the Quarter Dinner on Friday, February 23. Jazz and Pam are also looking for volunteers to help during the Winter Sports Clinic, the first week of April. And, the Glenwood Elks are looking to hire a lodge manager. We discuss the requirements for the position.
  • KMTS Connections: Graham Mesa PTO Daddy Daughter Dance
    Cynthia and Caitlyn tell us all about the Red Carpet Daddy Daughter Dance at Graham Mesa Elementary on February 17. More information can be found here:
  • KMTS Connections: Colorado Mountain College Spring Course Sample
    Annmarie Deter from CMC’s Glenwood Campus talks about some of the 30 new classes scheduled for spring 2024. Dave Levine talks about “Diamond Dogs Do Dinner,” a Ted Lasso-themed conversation and connection group. Art instructor Thelma Zabel discusses art classes for young people. Search for and register for classes here:
  • KMTS Connections: NUTS Casino Night Fundraiser
    Aundrea Ware, from the New Ute Theater Society board, tells us all about the Casino Night fundraiser this Saturday. And while we’re at it, we get the latest on the Queen Bees and Feeding Giants bands as well.