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Ex-chopper nurses jump into aesthetics
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Ex-chopper nurses jump into aesthetics

February 27th, 2021 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Jordan White and Phillip Schafer may have traded the adrenaline rush of working as nurses on a life-flight helicopter ambulance for the somewhat staid life of aestheticians, but there is one thing they’ve...
Mesa filmmaker a Paul Revere of superbugs
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Mesa filmmaker a Paul Revere of superbugs

February 26th, 2021 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Tom Scanlon Tribune Managing Editor A frightening documentary shows a president begging the world to take notice and provide funding for safeguards before millions die from a global health crisis. Though it may make viewers...
Mt. View students compete as constitutional scholars
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Mt. View students compete as constitutional scholars

February 25th, 2021 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By PAUL MARYNIAK Tribune Executive Editor Have any idea why Patrick Henry refused to attend the Constitutional Convention in 1776 because he said he “smelt a rat”? Can you explain American federalism to a non-American? Or how...
Traffic snarls coming with SR24 project this year
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Traffic snarls coming with SR24 project this year

February 24th, 2021 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Delays are expected as construction ramps up on the Arizona Department of Transportation’s projects to extend State Route 24 east of Ellsworth Road. The second phase of the $77 million SR 24 project, which...
Kidney karma: Mesa donor becomes recipient
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Kidney karma: Mesa donor becomes recipient

February 23rd, 2021 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Tom Scanlon Tribune Managing Editor Damian Paige believes in what can be called “kidney karma.” The Mesa man was lucky enough to get a matching donor when he needed a kidney – 25 years after he donated one of his own to...
Discrimination ban heats up Mesa Council meeting
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Discrimination ban heats up Mesa Council meeting

February 22nd, 2021 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Tom Scanlon Tribune Managing Editor Mesa is the largest city in Arizona without an ordinance prohibits discrimination based on age, sex, sexual orientation, race and other factors. That could change within two weeks, however....
SE Mesa growth alarms Eastmark residents
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SE Mesa growth alarms Eastmark residents

February 21st, 2021 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Tom Scanlon Tribune Managing Editor As bulldozer wheels begin churning on the slow-motion construction of State Route 24, commercial and residential developers are lining up near the new stretch of highway. As Economic...
City aid helps Mesa bakery keep making pasties
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City aid helps Mesa bakery keep making pasties

February 20th, 2021 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Tom Scanlon Tribune Managing Editor When the pandemic hit, leading to closures of restaurants and then reopenings with tight restrictions, it was hard enough for established restaurants who built up loyal customers over years....
Rent, utility assistance available now in Mesa
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Rent, utility assistance available now in Mesa

February 19th, 2021 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Tom Scanlon Tribune Managing Editor A new program is helping Mesa residents catch up on rent owed – and avoid water and electricity turnoffs. Last month, after providing $7 million in rent assistance through the Mesa CARES...
Westwood High program helps students in many ways
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Westwood High program helps students in many ways

February 18th, 2021 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Kevin Pirehpour Tribune Staff Writer A Mesa high school is helping students gain work experience on campus while it connects needy families with basic necessities donated by local businesses. Thanks to sizable donations from...