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Peruvian restaurant overcomes the pandemic shutdown
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Peruvian restaurant overcomes the pandemic shutdown

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TRIBUNE NEW STAFF Douglas Sanguino and his wife Clara took the big step of starting their own restaurant last January. They opened A Taste of Peru in the strip mall on the southwest corner of Guadalupe and Alma School roads in...
Beer Institute joins Black is Beautiful Initiative
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Beer Institute joins Black is Beautiful Initiative

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By Kristine Cannon Tribune Staff Writer A Mesa brewery is one of the more than 700 breweries taking part in the Black Is Beautiful Initiative. The Beer Research Institute at 1641 S. Stapley Drive is participating in the...
Two win big as Spencer’s 4 millionth customers
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Two win big as Spencer’s 4 millionth customers

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By Annika Tomlin AFN Staff Writer Two Spencer’s TV & Appliance customers were awarded major shopping sprees at its original location in Mesa recently. Patti Everts of Scottsdale and Richard Holmes of Peoria each won $10,000...
Mesa clinic says it fills care gap in pandemic
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Mesa clinic says it fills care gap in pandemic

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF A Mesa naturopathic health clinic said the pandemic is turning more people to its concierge-style medical service that eliminates medical insurance and networks. Through a monthly membership fee or a...
Mesa company poised to make 12M masks a week
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Mesa company poised to make 12M masks a week

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF With Arizona municipalities given the power to order people to wear face masks in public, a  Mesa company appears well-positioned to reap a boon. US Power AZ PPE says its poised to produce more than 12.5...
Bondurant School revving up reopening Sunday
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Bondurant School revving up reopening Sunday

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Tribune News Staff Now that closures are lifting, the Bondurant High Performance Driving School is reopening Sunday, June 14, to start its summer course schedule. The school, located on the Gila River Indian Community off the...
Casinos ignored curfew for good reason
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Casinos ignored curfew for good reason

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By Lisa Diethelm Cronkite News Public spaces around the state may have been closed overnight by a statewide curfew earlier this month but the casinos stayed open. After being closed for months by COVID-19, casinos around Arizona...
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....