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Jobless picture remains murky in Arizona
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Jobless picture remains murky in Arizona

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Arizona employers are continuing to lay off workers even with the end of restrictions Gov. Doug Ducey had placed on individuals and businesses. Figures last week from the Department of...
Mesa company helps foster kids connect online
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Mesa company helps foster kids connect online

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF When COVID-19 shuttered schools across the nation and forced students to shift to online learning, ER2 in Mesa was uniquely poised to help. The business, which provides new and refurbished technology to...
Goat Yoga now has real and virtual field trips
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Goat Yoga now has real and virtual field trips

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Annika Tomlin Tribune Staff Writer Motivating kids to do homework has been a challenge during the pandemic, so Gilbert’s Arizona Goat Yoga helped by offering virtual tours for classes to meet yoga goats, alpacas and chickens....
Pandemic impacts shipping business in different ways
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Pandemic impacts shipping business in different ways

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF In an age of social distancing when an email just won’t do it, Susan Haws runs the kind of business people look for. Owner of Star Mail at 1496 N. Higley Road, Gilbert, since 2015, the Mesa woman runs a...
Rebranded Arizona Boardwalk reopens
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Rebranded Arizona Boardwalk reopens

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By Kristine Cannon Tribune Staff Writer Arizona Boardwalk – the home of OdySea Aquarium, Butterfly Wonderland – has reopened to the public just in time for Memorial Weekend. The recently renamed entertainment destination...
Mesa florist glad to be blooming again
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Mesa florist glad to be blooming again

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By Melody Birkett Tribune Contributor Flower shops have been feeling the sting since non-essential businesses were closed. Weddings, proms and other special occasions are big business for the floral industry but many festivities...
Pandemic underscores importance of CTE and trades
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Pandemic underscores importance of CTE and trades

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By Chad Wilson, Tribune Guest Writer Over the next several weeks and months, Arizona’s business and industry will slowly begin opening their doors in an effort to return Arizona to a new “normal.” Although much will be the...
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...