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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...
Mesa Navy vet achieves her longtime goal
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Mesa Navy vet achieves her longtime goal

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By Connor Dziawura Tribune Staff Writer Local businesswoman Kris Piotrowski’s background may not be what one initially expects from someone running a mobile flooring showroom. Now a local franchisee for the Atlanta-based Floor...
Mesa Ford dealer helps school lunch debt
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Mesa Ford dealer helps school lunch debt

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By Christopher Boan Tribune Staff Writer Adams Elementary School in Mesa has one of the highest rates of free and reduced breakfast/lunch programs in the Valley. According to city data, 86 percent of Adams’ students received...