Columbine 20 Years Later: The Healing Continues

Columbine High School

KOA NewsRadio is proud to present “Columbine 20 Years Later: The Healing Continues.”

Hosted by KOA NewsRadio Managing Editor Jerry Bell and KOA News Director Kathy Walker, this special one-hour program will air on Saturday, April 20th at Noon and again on Sunday, April 21st at 10am. The program is also available below.

Columbine High School came to symbolize a heartbreaking tragedy when 12 students and a teacher were killed on April 20, 1999. Twenty years later, the stories of healing, hope and ongoing sadness still resonate with a community shattered by violence. The program features interviews hosted by both Jerry and Kathy, who both reported extensively on the tragic day and features those directly impacted by the tragedy, including families of victims and the faculty of Columbine High School.

In addition, to honor those affected by the Columbine tragedy, KOA NewRadio created The Never Forgotten Fund. The fund was established by through the collection of donations from employees and the public after the tragic events at Columbine High School. The fund provides scholarships in honor and memory of the 13 victims. Each year, twelve graduating high school seniors and one teacher are selected to receive a $5,000 scholarship award.

“It’s a privilege for us to share the stories of those whose lives changed forever on that fateful day,” said Tim Hager, President of iHeartMedia Denver. “Twenty years later, the Never Forgotten Fund — which was established by KOA NewsRadio to honor the memory of the victims — has awarded more than one-million dollars in scholarships for worthy students. ”

 

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