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Mesa nonprofit hits jackpot with casino company
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Mesa nonprofit hits jackpot with casino company

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Some gamblers’ losses at three Chandler area casinos made winners of three local nonprofits, including one in Mesa. Child Crisis Arizona received a third of  $76,000 in so-called “self-excluded” jackpots...
Tucson fave eegee’s coming to Mesa
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Tucson fave eegee’s coming to Mesa

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By Kristine Cannon GetOut Staff Writer After weeks of rumors and speculation, eegee’s has finally confirmed five new locations opening throughout the Valley next year, including one in Mesa. Beginning in the second quarter of...
Mesa cookie shop back to  ‘surprising’ customers
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Mesa cookie shop back to ‘surprising’ customers

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By Mairany Garcia Tribune Contributor Heather Smith’s downtown Mesa bakery surprises some customers. Her Smitholator Cookie Shop sells no baked goods except cookies. “People are really surprised by that when they come in...
Mesa employees address their workplace diversity
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Mesa employees address their workplace diversity

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By Kenzel Williams Tribune Contributor A group of Mesa employees is working to improve the city’s diversity initiative from within. The Mesa Hispanic Council is looking to help city workers gain new connections and skill sets...
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...
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...
Incoming Mesa bakery to bring vegan doughnuts
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Incoming Mesa bakery to bring vegan doughnuts

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By Kenzel Williams Tribune Contributor Sonny and Jocelyn DeCarlo spent a lot of time searching for the best vegan doughnuts in the Valley before they eventually decided to take matters into their own hands. They’re making them...
EV cities host conference on pandemic recovery
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EV cities host conference on pandemic recovery

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By Alexis Garibay Tribune Contributor Small businesses in the East Valley are gaining more access to support and resources as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to be an economic drain but local government needs to pay more...
High court denies eviction ban appeal
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High court denies eviction ban appeal

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Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services The state’s high court won’t overturn the order by Gov. Doug Ducey blocking residential evictions. In a brief order last week, the justices spurned a request by the Arizona Multihousing...
City-sponsored program helping Mesa businesses
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City-sponsored program helping Mesa businesses

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By Alli Cripe Tribune Contributor Small businesses across the Valley are struggling to adapt to the pandemic and few have been as hard-hit as restaurants. That’s why the Mesa location of Flancer’s Restaurant is one of 50 Mesa...