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Mesa, state school chiefs alarmed by COVID-19 surge
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Mesa, state school chiefs alarmed by COVID-19 surge

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By PAUL MARYNIAK and HOWARD FISCHER The Mesa Tribune Mesa Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Andi Fourlis joined several counterparts and the state’s top education official last week to warn Arizonans that surging COVID-19 cases...
Mesa artist to be ‘Hidden in the Hills’
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Mesa artist to be ‘Hidden in the Hills’

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By Kristine Cannon Tribune Staff Writer One of the largest free arts events in the Valley returns for its 24th year this year: the Hidden in the Hills (HITH) Artist Studio Tour, coordinated by nonprofit organization Sonoran Arts...
Gilbert’s pandemic loss: No parade, no rodeo
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Gilbert’s pandemic loss: No parade, no rodeo

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By Srianthi Perera Tribune Contributor For the first time in more than four decades, Gilbert Days Rodeo, the traditional celebration of Gilbert’s Western heritage, won’t be held in its original form. The pandemic has robbed...
Paz de Christo plays major role in feeding Mesa’s poor
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Paz de Christo plays major role in feeding Mesa’s poor

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Paz de Cristo has served as a beacon of hope for the needy in Mesa for 32 years, serving millions of hot meals and countless peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Paz...
Malaki Ta’ase enjoying breakout junior season
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Malaki Ta’ase enjoying breakout junior season

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By Zach Alvira Tribune Sports Editor Malaki Ta’ase admittedly enjoyed flying virtually under the radar as a sophomore at Mountain View last season. To him, it was motivation. Now nearing the end of his junior season, Ta’ase...
How American can move on from President Trump
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How American can move on from President Trump

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By David Leibowitz Tribune Columnist The seething hatred that marks our politics continues to bubble like muck. Never more partisan, never angrier at one another, we continue to prosecute Election 2020 even as the states run out...
Mesa hopes to rebound from COVID-19’s tourism hit
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Mesa hopes to rebound from COVID-19’s tourism hit

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By Alexis Garibay Tribune Contributor The Arizona Office of Tourism says COVID-19 cost the state $10 billion in visitor spending and the financial pain is still being felt in Mesa. The pandemic took away more than a third of the...
Mesa’s Nelson Estate Jewelry wins BBB ethics award
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Mesa’s Nelson Estate Jewelry wins BBB ethics award

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF A Mesa jewelry store has won Better Business Bureau Serving the Pacific Southwest’s 2020 Torch Award for Ethics. Nelson Estate Jewelers,  2051 S. Dobson Road, is the first jewelry store in Arizona to win the...
Mesa is home to Harbor Freight Tools’ 27th store in AZ
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Mesa is home to Harbor Freight Tools’ 27th store in AZ

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Harbor Freight Tools, which boars quality tools at low prices, is opening its 27th Arizona store in Mesa on Saturday, Nov. 14. Located at 1260 West University Drive, the new store brings approximately 25-30 new...
Mesa’s cultural scene slowly reawakening
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Mesa’s cultural scene slowly reawakening

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Mesa’s cultural facilities are slowly, cautiously reawakening, using precautions against the spread of COVID-19 amid lingering concerns about the pandemic. The Arizona Museum of Natural History...