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: High Desert Police K9 Association K9 Challenge
    Today, we talk with Deanie Earthman, Treasurer of the High Desert Police K9 Association about the upcoming Police K9 Challenge event on Saturday, April 22, 2023 from approximately 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM, at the Delta County Fairgrounds in Hotchkiss. Deanie discusses the purpose of the event, which is to showcase the skills and abilities of ...
  • KMTS Connections: Graham Mesa Elementary Art Auction
    In this interview, Student Council President, Leah Gunderman, art teacher, Anne Hunter, and School Counselor, Kasey Nispel discuss the annual Graham Mesa art auction where students create art pieces to be auctioned off to raise funds for the school’s art program and new playground equipment, among other things. The art will be sold through professional ...
  • KMTS Connections: CLEER eBikeThere Program
    Zuleika Pevec, the Clean Energy Program Manager at CLEER (Clean Energy Economy for the Region), talks about the eBikeThere Program where they are selling 40 eBikes for $150. This initiative encourages people to utilize electric bikes for short-distance travel rather than cars. To learn more about the CLEER eBike There promotion, you can visit their ...
  • KMTS Connections: Inclusion and Accessibility Summit
    The Inclusion and Accessibility Summit is a virtual event to be held on Tuesday, April 11. The summit is intended to bring together leaders and advocates to discuss and promote inclusion and accessibility. The event will include a range of insights and experiences shared by those with disabilities, their caretakers, and healthcare providers. Anyone with ...
  • KMTS Connections: Rifle Police Foundation
    In this interview, former Rifle Police Chief, Daryl Meisner and current Chief, Debra Funston discuss the work of the Rifle Police Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports the Rifle Police Department. The foundation provides resources and assistance to the department, such as equipment and training, to improve public safety in the community. Meisner and Funston ...
  • KMTS Connections: Symphony in the Valley Performs Dan Brown’s Wild Symphony
    Listen to the interview here.
  • KMTS Connections: Sunlight Volunteer Ski Patrol Defiance Challenge
    Sunlight Mountain Resort Mountain Manager, Mike Baumli, and Ski Patrol Volunteers and Board Members, Pat Corcoran and Paul Janey talk about this year’s Defiance Challenge, benefitting the Sunlight Volunteer Ski Patrol and the family of a fallen Ski Patroller.  
  • KMTS Connections: Graham Mesa Elementary Daddy Daughter Dance
    Cynthia and Tifini from the Graham Mesa PTO share details of the “Night Under the Stars” Daddy-Daughter Dance, Saturday, February 18. More information can be found on the Graham Mesa PTO Facebook page.
  • KMTS Connections: CLEER / GCE Program Update
    The Garfield Clean Energy Collaborative has been an innovative leader in advancing energy efficiency, renewable energy, and clean transportation to protect the environment and build a strong economy in Garfield County since 2012. This past year, the Collaborative adopted an updated energy action plan that sets accelerated goals for the year 2030. Morgan Hill will ...
  • KMTS Connections: Colorado Opioid Abatement Council – Region 5 Request For Proposals
    Mason Hohstadt and Heidi McCollum, talk about their involvement with the Colorado Region 5 Opioid Abatement Council and their request for grant proposals. More information on the grant opportunities are available from Chelsea Carnoali with Eagle County. She can be reached at 970-471-4827, or by email: chelsea.carnoali@eaglecounty.us