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Mesa group geared to female business owners
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Mesa group geared to female business owners

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By Melody Birkett Tribune Contributor BossTalk is not a typical networking group. For starters, it’s for women only. And it’s not just an opportunity for businesswomen to exchange business cards and promote their goods and...
Schnepf Farms’ peach season adapts to pandemic
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Schnepf Farms’ peach season adapts to pandemic

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By Paul Maryniak Executive Editor The COVID-19 pandemic has made life anything but peachy for Carrie and Mark Schnepf, but the Queen Creek farmers aren’t about to let it destroy one of their favorite times of the year. In a...
Don’t be a fool over ‘gold,’ Mesa jeweler advises
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Don’t be a fool over ‘gold,’ Mesa jeweler advises

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF As times get tough, Mesa jeweler David Nelson is warning people not to be taken for a fool over gold. The owner of Nelson Estate Jewelers at 2051 S. Dobson Road, he said there are two ways people are being...
Couple find a winner with high school signs
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Couple find a winner with high school signs

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By Coty Dolores Miranda, Tribune Contributor As 2019 inched to a close, the world was normal as Aaron and Janine Moeller decided they would move their 5-year-old Ahwatukee PostNet outlet across the street to a new space with...
Mesa insurance agent honored for ALS nonprofit
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Mesa insurance agent honored for ALS nonprofit

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Jesse Haws understands the heartbreak of watching a loved one slowly but steadily deteriorate in the grip of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. “My family was so focused on battling ALS with my grandfather and...
Mesa firm’s eye-track device helps COVID-19 patients
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Mesa firm’s eye-track device helps COVID-19 patients

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Tribune News Staff A Mesa firm’s invention that helps non-verbal, often bedridden patients communicate with medical staffers has taken on additional meaning during the COVID-19. EyeTech Digital Systems, which develops...
Skyline High teacher’s firm launches virus relief effort
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Skyline High teacher’s firm launches virus relief effort

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Tribune News Staff A Mesa teacher’s apparel company has teamed up with another in Glendale to offer two new t-shirt designs that will benefit the AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund. Iconic Arizona in Gilbert, owned by Nick and Allison...
Mesa caterer’s deal helps healthcare workers
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Mesa caterer’s deal helps healthcare workers

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By Paul Maryniak Tribune Executive Editor With two of the biggest holidays on the horizon and a crisis that puts many healthcare workers in almost constant danger, Sue Carlisle has come up with a deal. That the deal also helps...
Virus abruptly reshaping Valley housing market
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Virus abruptly reshaping Valley housing market

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor The abrupt economic downtown created by the COVID-19 pandemic is doing something to the Valley housing market that hasn’t occurred for months – driving up the inventory of homes for sale. But...
New Waymo vehicles hitting the road with tech upgrades
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New Waymo vehicles hitting the road with tech upgrades

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Tribune News Staff People who are accustomed to seeing Waymo’s autonomous vans rolling around Chandler and the East Valley are due for a surprise.  The company is rolling out a new fleet of sportier-looking vehicles. And...