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Viva El Vino event gives back to local nonprofits

It was wine tasting galore at CMU on Saturday, and it was all for a good cause. It was the 29th annual Viva el Vino event.


The City of Grand Junction was celebrating their parks and trees Saturday, with the 17th annual Southwest Arbor Fest.


The District 51 Board of Education hosted “Coffee With the Board,” an event designed to address school district questions and concerns.



After several years, the 9Health Fair has finally made it back to the Grand Valley.


UPDATE: Former first lady Barbara Bush laid to rest


Verne Troyer, Mini-Me from ‘Austin Powers’ films, has died


Avicii, DJ-producer who performed around the world, dies


KKCO - Wine Tasting Event Gives Back to the Community


KKCO-HS Baseball: Palisade uses late inning rally to sweep Glenwood Springs


KKCO-CMU Baseball: CMU sweeps double header over Adams State


KKCO's Havener and Schumann honored with regional award


Palisade board holds final interviews for town administrator finalists


Annual depression screenings recommended for teens


Fire causes air quality concern


Crews work to contain Skipper Island Fire


Fruita 6-year-old is world-class elk caller


Renaissance faire pitches tents for third year


De Beque celebrates 4/20 with new marijuana mega store


Mesa County needs more foster parents for teens


State Senate passes bill that would lower income tax


Skipper Island Fire contained, I-70 open


Man says he started Skipper Island Fire


North Korea says it will suspend nuclear and missile testing


Police: Craig students in custody for school shooting plans


Front Range, Western Slope police looking for suspect who robbed local bank


Crews continue work on wildfire, I-70 reopened


Planned subdivision too tight fit? Neighbors say it is


Palisade High School getting new additions


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