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Planned Parenthood drops Arizona abortion suit
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Planned Parenthood drops Arizona abortion suit

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Planned Parenthood has quietly dropped its lawsuit challenging several abortion restrictions in Arizona that had forced it to close its Chandler clinic. Without explanation, attorneys for...
2020 Parade Grand Marshal reflects theme of service
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2020 Parade Grand Marshal reflects theme of service

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Reflecting this year’s East Valley Veterans Parade theme of “Celebrating Lives of Service,” Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser was named the Grand Marshal of the Nov. 11 event. The Parade Association selected Jasser for...
Sun Lakes veteran recalls Pearl Harbor horrors
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Sun Lakes veteran recalls Pearl Harbor horrors

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By Kevin Reagan Tribune Staff Writer Jack Holder claims he’s never really considered himself much of a hero. The World War II veteran and Sun Lakes resident, who will turn 99 next month, is quick to recall specific dates and...
Eastmark leads way in Mesa’s continuing growth
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Eastmark leads way in Mesa’s continuing growth

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By Rudy Cavazos Tribune Contributor Mesa’s population growth – with roughly 18,000 new residents settling in the city in recent years – continues to fuel the growth of Eastmark. Located in southeast Mesa, Eastmark was born...
Luke Memorial Museum entries at the parade
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Luke Memorial Museum entries at the parade

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF The 1st Lt. Frank Luke Jr. Memorial Museum and Restoration Center is providing five military vehicles along the East Valley Veterans Parade route. All of the vehicles have documented service use and are...
Mesa World War II hero marked 105th birthday
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Mesa World War II hero marked 105th birthday

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF World War II hero Irving Wohl of Mesa celebrated his 105th birthday Oct. 12 with a visit from his daughter, who flew in from New York for the occasion. His special day included getting his teeth cleaned at...
Mesa group maintains breast cancer help
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Mesa group maintains breast cancer help

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By Sydney MackieTribune ContributorEven 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...
COVID-19 cases continue upward spiral in Mesa
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COVID-19 cases continue upward spiral in Mesa

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By Haillie Parker Cronkite News Health officials last week warned of a “staggering” death toll in Arizona as COVID-19 cases continue to rise unabated, citing fatigue over the virus and crowded holiday gatherings as potential...
Ellingson takes lead in MPS race as Sears, O’Reilly remain apparent victors
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Ellingson takes lead in MPS race as Sears, O’Reilly remain apparent victors

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BY PAUL MARYNIAK Tribune Executive Editor Voters appear to have returned incumbent Kiana Marie Sears to the Mesa Public Schools Governing Board – and sent Lara Salmon Ellingson and Joe O’Reilly with her, according to...
New memory care program involves Mesa center
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New memory care program involves Mesa center

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF A five-year partnershiop between a Mesa adult day care center and a lifelong learning provider have produced a memory care engagement program that a spokeswoman said makes participants “feel valued, loved and...