KKCO- Support For Yogi Fighting Cancer

THE SAY THE YOGA STUDIO IS A PLACE FOR SERENITY, AND CALMNESS. HERE IN THE VALLEY- IT ALSO IS A PLACE FOR SUPPORT, AND CREATING RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS WHO BECOME A SECOND FAMILY.

KKCO - Santa's run 5K, raise $5,000

The second annual Santa Cause 5K run managed to raise almost $5,000 for the Grand Junction Parks and Recreation and Kiwanis Club.

KKCO - SWAT toy drive for Toys for Tots at Mesa Mall

There was some SWAT activity going on at the Mesa Mall Saturday but they weren't there to take anyone into custody.

KKCO - Thousands of wreaths honor veterans

Dozens of people gathered Saturday to remember our fallen soldiers at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Grand Junction.

KKCO - Christmas village is tradition for 91-year-old Fruita man

An elderly Fruita man doesn't let his age keep him from celebrating and decorating for the Christmas holiday.

KKCO-HS Wrestling: Warrior Classic Day One

Highlights and results from day one of the 41st annual Warrior Classic.

KKCO-Dozens of Schools Donate to Salvation Army

KKCO-Dozens of Schools Donate to Salvation Army

 

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