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Montrose Colorado News & Information

Here at Colorado Radio we strive to be your most trusted news source for Western Colorado. Our goal is to provide valuable information quickly and in a effective manner. Below our daily news stories from around the Montrose, Delta, Ouray, Telluride, Grand Junction area. We also have our Daily News Email available each morning right to your inbox. To sign up for this free service simply fill in the information on the right.

KUBC Newscast

Feb 19th @ 3:17 pm

  Is the cash in your wallet counterfeit? Listen to our newscast to find out what to look for.  Newscast 2-20

Free Developmental Screenings for Children

Feb 19th @ 10:30 am

Montrose County School District Child Find is offering a free developmental screening for children birth to five to assure that children with special needs are identified, evaluated, and served. Screenings cover: gross and fine motor skills, readiness and social skills, speech and language skills, vision and hearing. Written Parent or guardian permission is required. Call [...]

Measure B gets unanimously vote from Montrose City Council

Feb 19th @ 10:29 am

RecCenter

Montrose City Council members heard from citizens on the proposed recreation center. Future council member for district 2, Rex Swanson voiced his opinion in support of Measure B.  Council member Kathy Ellis read a 12 minute statement about misinformation and her support of Measure B and county benefits. Kathy Ellis said she voted against the [...]

Ancient Art Vandalized

Feb 18th @ 11:14 am

The Bureau of Land Management is seeking your help regarding vandalism to a Native American rock art panel on public lands in the Paradox Valley.  The vandalism occurred around January 1st. The vandals carved “AFS,” “SDT” and “Happy New Year’s 2014” into the rock panel.  A BLM archeologist says the rock art panel is between [...]

Cash Seized on I-70

Feb 18th @ 11:04 am

If you carry around a lot of cash, beware of thieves and the government.  At around 10 AM On February 9th State Patrol pulled over a Ford Expedition on I-70 near Loma for speeding and an obstructed rear plate. After the California driver gave the Patrol Sgt. Permission to search the SUV, almost 17 thousand [...]

Marksmanship Team Advances To Nationals

Feb 13th @ 3:34 pm

The Montrose High School Marksmanship team is heading to Nationals. The all female four student team was invited to the National Match after bringing home 11 trophies from the Colorado State Match and dominating at the 15 state regionals. Daniel Lambert on Marksmanship Program Korrissa Lambert, Antionette Ridgel, Kaley Holyfield and Caitlin Turner will be [...]

BLM Seeking Your Two Cents

Feb 12th @ 3:44 pm

The BLM Uncompahgre Field Office is seeking your comments on 18 Special Recreation Permit applications, including two new applications and 16 applications for renewals. The BLM issues commercial SRPs to provide recreation businesses the opportunity to operate on BLM land. The BLM is soliciting comments on such issues as resource concerns, compliance, health and safety, [...]

Avalanche Danger: High

Feb 12th @ 3:42 pm

A snowmobiler is dead and another was partially buried in a large avalanche near Mount Crested Butte. County coroner Frank Vader says the accident happened Monday close to Kebler Pass. The victim has not been identified until relatives are notified. The other snowmobiler was not seriously hurt.The Avalanche Information Center says the avalanche was about [...]

WPX Expansion

Feb 12th @ 3:41 pm

WPX Energy says it plans to spend millions of dollars to increase the number of wells on the Western Slope. The Daily Sentinel reports the company said Monday it plans to operate an average of two more drilling rigs in Piceance Basin near Rifle. That would boost its local total to nine at a time [...]

Donate Your Jeans For The Homeless.

Feb 10th @ 10:23 am

Donate your jeans!

MHS February Awards

Feb 7th @ 10:08 am

Ten Montrose High School students were awarded the Division Award for February. It recognizes students for their outstanding citizenship, efforts and academic achievement. Congratulations, Jade Small, Allison Fields, Jalayne Russell, Diego Diaz, Alfonso Detrell, Leticia Bollinger, Melina Bishop, Bryce Gatt, John Gilpin, and Jeoveni Jimenez.

America

Feb 6th @ 11:59 am

Two local sheriff’s are expressing support for Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith. Smith staged a protest earlier this week at a Ft. Collins High School  where officials initially rejected an America Day idea presented by students. Local patriots met with Montrose County Sheriff Rick Dunlap and Delta County Sheriff  Fred McKee in Delta today. Sheriff [...]

Free Radon Kits Offered

Feb 5th @ 10:43 am

In an effort to increase awareness on the risks of Radon, Montrose County Health and Human Services will host radon classes and provide free radon test kits to homeowners.  County officials say approximately 50 percent of the homes in Colorado have radon levels in excess of the EPA standards.  The classes will be at the [...]

Gordon Composites Sell Montrose Properties

Feb 3rd @ 11:11 am

Unconfirmed reports say Gordon Holdings sold their Montrose properties last Friday to Store Capital Financial for an undisclosed amount. The composite company then signed on to a 15 year lease of the properties on Airpark Way located on the north end of Montrose. The move frees up some capital for Gordon Composites as they look [...]

Bomb Threat at Montrose School

Jan 31st @ 11:49 am

Police reports indicate Montrose School District received a bomb threat. All Montrose schools are in a soft lockdown. Everyone going in or out of the buildings are being screened. Students and staff are free to move within the building during the lockdown. School Officials say it was a non-specific threat, so security measures are in [...]

Spelling Bee

Jan 30th @ 9:55 am

The 5th Annual Montrose & Olathe School District Spelling Bee will be at Oak Grove Elementary School in Montrose on Wednesday night, February 5th at 6:00. Schools throughout the District will send their top three spellers to compete. Parents, students and community members are invited.