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Mesa helping Spanish-speaking restaurateurs
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Mesa helping Spanish-speaking restaurateurs

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By Sarah Nguyen Tribune Contributor The City of Mesa has launched a special bootcamp in Spanish to rejuvenate restaurants affected by COVID-19. The Mesa CARES Restaurant Bootcamp is being held every Saturday through six webinars...
Four Mesa schools earn foundation’s  A+ award
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Four Mesa schools earn foundation’s A+ award

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Four more Mesa public schools last week were named A+ Schools of Excellence, bringing to 26 the number of schools in the district that have received the coveted designation since 2016. The honors came atop the...
Mesa Historical Museum reopens after long shutdown
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Mesa Historical Museum reopens after long shutdown

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Since mid-March the Mesa Historical Museum hasn’t seen any visitors. Yet, while it was closed by the pandemic like so many other venues as well as businesses, that doesn’t mean the museum was devoid of any...
GOP lawmakers to examine governor’s powers
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GOP lawmakers to examine governor’s powers

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Seven months into a gubernatorial-declared emergency, top Republican lawmakers have created a panel that will examine whether the powers they have given to the governor need to be...
State has yet to address legal sports betting
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State has yet to address legal sports betting

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By Shane Dieffenbach Cronkite News More than two years after the federal ban on sports betting was lifted, Arizona is one of 28 states that have not passed legislation to legalize gambling on sports in-person or online. A bill...
3 boys’ company mixes business and service
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3 boys’ company mixes business and service

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By sTACI HAUK Tribune Contributor Cooper Johnson’s urge to give back to the community started when he was 5. Seven years later, he and his brothers Travis and Daniel own the Good Care Company, specializing in pet care and...
Letters to the Editor
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Letters to the Editor

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Low number of ballot drop-offs suppresses vote As the 2020 Presidential Election approached, I was eager to receive my early ballot and to mail it back as I have done every election cycle. However, as the date approached, I began...
String of robberies, carjackings ends in arrest
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String of robberies, carjackings ends in arrest

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Mesa and Chandler police ended a violent series of armed robberies, car jackings and a shooting when they arrested a 34-year-old suspect on suspicion of numerous felonies at a Chandler hotel...
$20M revenue loss just the start of Mesa schools’ fiscal woes
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$20M revenue loss just the start of Mesa schools’ fiscal woes

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Tribune Executive Editor Declining enrollment could cost Mesa Public Schools $20 million in the 2021-22 school year, administration officials told the Governing Board last week. And that could be just the...
Health expert fears COVID trend in state
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Health expert fears COVID trend in state

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By Allison Engstrom Cronkite News A prominent health expert expressed worry last week about rising COVID-19 numbers across Arizona, saying the trend is reminiscent of early summer conditions that preceded a spike in cases and...