KKCO-GJ Rockies: Rockies take game one over Voyagers

After losing last night the Grand Junction Rockies were trying to get back to their winning ways tonight taking on Great Falls in a four game series.

KKCO-HS Girls Basketball: Delta edges out Gunnison to advance

After not playing their best half of basketball the No. 4 seeded Delta Panthers defeat No.5 Gunnison.

KKCO-HS Boys Basketball: Delta defeats Olathe with ease

After allowing only one field goal in the first quarter Delta cruised past Olathe in the quarterfinals of the 3A Western Slope District Basketball Tournament, 73-22.

KKCO-HS Wrestling: City honors GJ wrestling

Grand Junction High School held an assembly to honor the state champion wrestling team.

KKCO-Shy Child Grows Up to Be Mayor

KKCO-Shy Child Grows Up to Be Mayor

KKCO-Garco Sheriff: "Look at the Real Issues"

KKCO-Garco Sheriff: "Look at the Real Issues"

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