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Rare breeds at this weekends Colorado Gypsy Fest

The Colorado Gypsy Fest at the Mesa County fairgrounds saw double the amount of gypsy horses this weekend than last year.


Four schools in D51 to get eclipse glasses tomorrow for students and staff.


On Saturday, the Montrose County Coroner's Office identified the man as 26-year-old Robert James Lee Petersen.



Palisade Peach Festival is in full swing, starting off Saturday with the peach parade. We asked festival goers what their favorite part of the festival is so far.


Countdown to solar eclipse


Colorado State Patrol conducting sobriety checkpoints


Sheriff's deputy becomes 'angel' for family in need


KKCO-GJ Rockies: Chukars take game two over Rocks


KKCO- Closing Ceremony For Buddhust Monk Visit


KKCO- Two People Injured In Rollover Crash


Put the news back in your Facebook News Feed


Explosion flattens local home; no one hurt


How music and movement promotes preschool readiness


Protect your pet during the eclipse


Lawmakers looking to have more military action oversight


The science of hate


Secretary DeVos says her agenda is moving along


Traffic jams expected for solar eclipse


Grand Junction Fire Department wants people to remain vigilant for fire danger


Marillac Health offering $10 sports physicals


Dinosaur Nat’l Monument creek closed due to septic line break


U.S. flag burned at veterans memorial site in Colorado


Finnish police shoot man who stabs 8 people in Turku; 2 dead


Colorado debuts driverless truck to protect road crews


Two charged after reports of shooting on Orchard Mesa


Victim, trooper identified in I-70 crash near Rifle


Palisade Peach fest kicks off with ice cream social


Palisade's recycling system could soon see a change


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