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Can we expect a new battle over COVID-19 vaccine?
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Can we expect a new battle over COVID-19 vaccine?

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By David Leibowitz Tribune Columnist After a year of fighting over masks, we have something new to look forward to likely beginning next month: Arguing over whether or not refusing to get a vaccine against COVID-19 constitutes a...
Brokerage, nonprofit help Mesa nursing assistant
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Brokerage, nonprofit help Mesa nursing assistant

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Thanks to apartment complex investment brokerage ABI Multifamily and the nonprofit Habitat for Humanity, a Mesa hospice nursing assistant has something special to be grateful for this Thanksgiving: a home of...
Dancers and parents mourn artistic dance director Antoine Olds
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Dancers and parents mourn artistic dance director Antoine Olds

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Tribune Executive Editor As the minutes would tick down to their appearance on the stage, Antoine Olds was known to give his dancers an uplifting, somewhat humorous bit of encouragement. “Fix your face,” he...
Nightlife may have ebbed, drunk driving hasn’t
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Nightlife may have ebbed, drunk driving hasn’t

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Police tactics are changing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but the East Valley DUI Task Force will return during the holiday season with the same goal of promoting public safety by busting as many...
Las Sendas man’s firm ‘corks’ buildings
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Las Sendas man’s firm ‘corks’ buildings

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David M. Brown Tribune Contributor TJ Millington says cork isn’t just for wine bottles and lighter fishing lines. Through his new Mesa business, Armor Plate Coatings Systems, the Las Sendas resident and his crew of 17...
Mesa Girl Scout’s project helps the wheelchair-dependent
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Mesa Girl Scout’s project helps the wheelchair-dependent

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF At age 15, Ariella Hirsch follows Girl Scout Law, which urges members to make the world a better place. The Mesa teen did just that to help wheelchair-dependent people and for her invention, earned the Gold...
Alice Cooper project soldiering on for Mesa kids
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Alice Cooper project soldiering on for Mesa kids

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By Henry Greenstein Tribune Contributor After months of delays, the new Mesa Teen Center from Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock is slated to open early next year. The nonprofit is shooting for a late-January opening, said Randy...
Mesa teen sings her way to helping abused kids
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Mesa teen sings her way to helping abused kids

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By Brooke Dixon, Tribune Contributor Thirteen-year-old Rosevelt Rawls has a passion to sing and a drive to help children suffering from abuse. Earlier this fall, the Mesa teen combined her passions at her own fundraising event,...
Mesa finds success reaching Spanish-speaking residents
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Mesa finds success reaching Spanish-speaking residents

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By Sydney Mackie Tribune Contributor Since the election of its first Hispanic to the City Council in 2015, Mesa officials are finding ways to better serve its diverse population. The city’s Mesa en Español team is bringing a...
City officials ponder trolley route for west Mesa
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City officials ponder trolley route for west Mesa

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By Jim Walsh, Tribune Staff Writer Mesa officials are studying the possibility of implementing a trolley in the western part of the city. But don’t expect to catch a ride on the new streetcar from Mesa Community College to...