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State officials hope to quell surge in suicides
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State officials hope to quell surge in suicides

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services State officials are trying to stave off what they fear could be a spike in suicides, possibly linked to the COVID-19 outbreak and the depression that can go along with that. During a press...
Mesa siblings have big plans for next outlet
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Mesa siblings have big plans for next outlet

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF A Mesa family business is finally ready to implement its plan for an historic Gilbert site. The Smith family, owners of Central Arizona Supply, plan to break ground this fall for its renovation and expansion of...
Mesa outlines emergency plan for school year
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Mesa outlines emergency plan for school year

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By Zach Alvira Tribune Staff Writer Even as classrooms are only just beginning to reopen gradually, Mesa Public Schools has a plan for emergencies beyond COVID-19 outbreaks. Those plans for emergencies and security procedures...
Mesa slates free COVID tests, flu shots
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Mesa slates free COVID tests, flu shots

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Mesa residents can get free COVID-19 tests and flu shots next Saturday at various local schools in ZIP codes with a higher incidence of positive tests. A new effort financed with federal pandemic...
Mesa theater recasts Romeo & Juliet as a western
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Mesa theater recasts Romeo & Juliet as a western

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By Katy Springer Tribune Contributor Where the devil should this Romeo be?” So asked Mercutio in William Shakespeare’s “Romeo & Juliet.” It turns out Romeo is on stage at State 48 Theatre Company in Mesa – and...
E. Mesa fire station project beginning soon
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E. Mesa fire station project beginning soon

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer The generosity of Mesa voters in 2018 will start paying off soon in a series of quality-of-life improvements, including a desperately-needed fire station in southeast Mesa and a plaza near the...
Children, parents rip MPS’ reopening plan
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Children, parents rip MPS’ reopening plan

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BY PAUL MARYNIAK Tribune Executive Editor Children are scheduled to return to Mesa Public Schools classrooms in a truncated fashion tomorrow and judging by last Tuesday’s Governing Board meeting, not many people are happy with...
Mac & Cheese eatery coming to Gilbert
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Mac & Cheese eatery coming to Gilbert

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By KRISTINE CANNON Tribune Staff Writer Cheese lovers, listen up: I Heart Mac & Cheese is coming to Gilbert. The Florida-based fast-casual concept famous for its made-to-order, build-your-own macaroni and cheese bowls and...
Parking plan OK’d for downtown Mesa
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Parking plan OK’d for downtown Mesa

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Customers might need to cross Main Street and add about a minute to their trip as Mesa seeks to accommodate downtown businesses during the construction of a seven-story sustainable apartment...
MCC virtually succeeds with early childhood lab
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MCC virtually succeeds with early childhood lab

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Mesa Community College has adapted its Evelyn H. Warren Child Development Lab for virtual early childhood teaching and learning. The lab school, accredited through the National Association for the Education of...