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West Mesa rebirth slowly begins with 2 relics razed
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West Mesa rebirth slowly begins with 2 relics razed

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer With no fanfare, two decaying and troublesome relics from a long-gone past disappeared from west Mesa in recent months. The demise of the boarded-up Fiesta Village shopping center at Southern...
‘Path of honor’ salutes Chandler veterans
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‘Path of honor’ salutes Chandler veterans

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Chandler is hosting a walk-thru memorial that pays tribute to local servicemen and women. The city’s “Path of Honor” memorial is a public display at Veterans Oasis Park, 4050 East Chandler Heights Road,...
Mesa voters overwhelmingly OK $100M city bond issue
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Mesa voters overwhelmingly OK $100M city bond issue

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Mesa voters overwhelmingly voted to invest in new roads, mostly in southeast Mesa, to help keep up with anticipated growth. Question One, the only unresolved city issue on last Tuesday’s...
Church of Christ, Thunderbird Charities aid needy here
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Church of Christ, Thunderbird Charities aid needy here

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Food-deprivation in Mesa has long been a concern among local officials and since the pandemic’s onset in March, the need for help has grown exponentially. But United Food Bank and Mesa United Way got a few...
Election 2020 aftermath taught us a few things
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Election 2020 aftermath taught us a few things

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By David Leibowitz Tribune Columnist Even before the race for President was official, you could learn some early lessons from Election 2020. Like: Our need for immediate gratification conflicts deeply with our need for election...
The East Valley says thanks to those who served
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The East Valley says thanks to those who served

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Wednesday, Nov. 11, residents are encouraged to grab their family, decorate their car or truck in patriotic themes and head to the annual East Valley Veterans Parade to thank the men...
Weed, tax on wealthy sail to approval in Arizona
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Weed, tax on wealthy sail to approval in Arizona

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Arizonans have decided they want to be able to smoke marijuana and apparently are just fine with taxing the richest state residents to help add funds for K-12 education. They’ll be able...
Mesa group maintains breast cancer help
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Mesa group maintains breast cancer help

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By Synder Mackie Tribune Contributor Even though October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month, many groups found that the pandemic limited their ability to do hold the fundraising and awareness efforts they usually do then. But...
Salt River gardens honor USS Arizona heroes
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Salt River gardens honor USS Arizona heroes

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Since opening in February, the USS Arizona Memorial Gardens at Salt River has been visited by thousands of guests who pay tribute to the men aboard the USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, sharing their stories,...
County gives EV Assistance League much-needed help
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County gives EV Assistance League much-needed help

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF For more than two decades, the Assistance League of the East Valley has helped people in need of all ages in the region, but now, amid the pandemic’s impact on most nonprofits, it’s the Assistance League...