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Wake up! Here’s some important news about yawning

By Gary McCallister

Yawn. Nice nap? After Thanksgiving dinner, I mean. This holiday got me to wondering about why we yawn. And guess what? We don’t know. Yep, the whole yawning thing appears to be a big mystery to scientists. Wow! How can we not know the ...


Religion Briefs, Nov. 27, 2010

By Staff

3 presentations planned at Redlands “How Many Miles Must We Go? A Service of Music and Scripture Interpretation” will be presented at 9 and 10:30 a.m. Dec. 5 and 7 p.m. Dec. 8 at Redlands United Methodist Church, 527 Village ...


Free Press building offered for sale

By Staff

The downtown building that houses the Grand Junction Free Press is up for sale. The 9,870-square-foot building at 145 N. Fourth St. is being sold, in part, because it’s built to house far more workers than the weekly newspaper has on ...


Death Notices, Nov. 27, 2010

By Staff

Daren Blair Cyphers, 82, Fruita, died Nov. 23, 2010, at his home. Mr. Cyphers was a farmer. A private family service is planned. Survivors include four sons, Stephen C. of Fruita, John D. “Pete” and Matthew P., both of of Grand ...


Adjustable win: Defensive adjustments lift Mavs past Permian Basin

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Nate Nelson figures if Jim Heaps has won 250 games in his career at Mesa State College, he must know what he’s talking about. “Everybody’s new, everybody wants to buy into the system,” the junior guard from Denver ...


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Late run fuels Mavs’ victory: Gehring, Sigl hit big shots as Mesa wins home opener

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At times Friday night, it was a struggle to convince anybody on the Mesa State women’s basketball team to shoot the ball. When they needed to, though, the Mavericks knocked down a couple of clutch shots in a 55-47 win over Western ...


Mesa State basketball scores, Nov. 26, 2010

By Staff

Clarion Inn Thanksgiving Classic At Brownson Arena Friday’s Games Women Dixie State 82, Texas-Permian Basin 67 Mesa State 55, Western Oregon 47 Men Dixie State 65, Western State 58 Mesa State 72, Texas-Permian Basin ...


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No one hurt in thrift store collapse

By Staff

Dozens of Grand Junction firefighters worked well into the night Friday, scouring through rubble for a possible shopper who they feared had been trapped inside a Salvation Army thrift store after a portion of its second story collapsed. By ...


Attorney general: Make it hard to alter state Constitution

By Charles Ashby

Recently re-elected Attorney General John Suthers wants Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper and state lawmakers to consider putting a measure on the 2012 ballot making it harder for citizens to place initiatives before voters that alter the ...


Ex-senator Penry to accept job in Denver

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Former Sen. Josh Penry has accepted a job in the Denver office of EIS Solutions, a Grand Junction-based energy consulting business, the Republican said Friday. The position includes business consulting and communication duties for a wide ...


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