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: Rifle Police Department Bicycle Rodeo
    Rifle Police Chief, Debra Funston and Public Information Officer, Angela Mills discuss the annual Bicycle Rodeo. The event happens Saturday, May 20 in the Police Department parking lot. More information can be found on the Facebook event page.
  • KMTS Connections: Our Voice for the Voiceless
    Our Voice for the Voiceless founder, Marsha Weigum, describes her mission to help caregivers of special needs children. Everyone is invited to attend an early Mother’s Day event, this Friday (May 12) from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM at the Rifle Branch Library. Any caregivers of children with special needs are especially encouraged to attend. For ...
  • KMTS Connections: Roaring Forks Corks and Kegs
    Glenwood Springs Education Fund Founding board members, Kristi Picore and Jeremy Joslin talk about their signature fundraiser and why it’s important. More information and tickets are available at Last time the event sold out and they weren’t able to offer tickets at the door.
  • KMTS Connections: NUTS Patio Series
    Anna, from the New Ute Theater Society, talks about the 2023 Patio Series, Thursdays from May 4 through June 1.
  • KMTS Connections: Buddy Program – Programs
    Buddy Program Assistant Director, Brooke Bockelman and Community Outreach Manager Laura Seay discuss the Buddy Program’s 50th Anniversary, ongoing programs, and new programs which will begin this fall.
  • KMTS Connections: Encourage, Nurture, Challenge Field Day
    Every year, Colorado River BOCES coordinates Encourage Nurture Challenge Field Day for students with significant support needs. This year the event will happen at Rifle Middle School. Terri Arredondo, the significant support needs teacher at Rifle Middle School, explains that the event is about equity, valuing students, and helping them reach their potential. The students attend ...
  • KMTS Connections: Buddy Program Call for Volunteers
    The Buddy Program, a youth mentoring program, is looking for volunteers to become Big Buddies and spend time with young people in the Aspen to Rifle area. Assistant Director, Brooke Bockelman and Community Outreach Manager Laura Seay say Big Buddies act as mentors and are trusted adults who can help youth develop and expand their ...
  • KMTS Connections: Grand River vs. Valley View Charity Basketball Game
    On May 11th, a charity basketball game will be held between staff from Grand River and Valley View at Coal Ridge High School. The event is a fundraiser for A Way Out, an organization that supports people with addiction. The idea for the game was initiated by Dr. Kevin Coleman from Grand River during one ...
  • KMTS Connections: Sonlight Foursquare Church Fun Run/Walk for Water Wells for Africa
    Brenda Quinty, a member of the Sonlight Foursquare Church congregation, talks about the upcoming 7th Annual Water Wells for Africa 5k Run/Walk fundraiser. The event is aimed at promoting rural African community development by providing sustainable water sources and reducing health risks associated with contaminated water. The proceeds of the race will go towards funding the ...
  • KMTS Connections: Symphony in the Valley Presents Symphony Swing
    Symphony in the Valley is preparing for their biggest fundraiser of the year, Symphony Swing. The roaring 20s Champagne Gala will be held on March 12th at the Ute Theatre in Rifle and on March 13th at the Hotel Colorado in Glenwood. Conductor Kelly Thompson and singer Josefina Mendez discuss the event, which will feature ...