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Mesa funeral home’s remembrance
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Mesa funeral home’s remembrance

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Tribune News Staff For more than 20 years, Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery in Mesa has hosted a holiday memorial service, drawing upwards of 200 survivors of people who passed on. But this year, social distancing has made...
$2M project planned at Mesa City Cemetery
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$2M project planned at Mesa City Cemetery

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BY GARY NELSON Tribune Contributor Looks like Waylon Jennings is gonna be getting some new neighbors. The country music legend, resting in Mesa City Cemetery since he died in 2002 at his home in Chandler, will be joined over time...
Mesa, EV museums have high hopes for next Sunday’s event
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Mesa, EV museums have high hopes for next Sunday’s event

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By Kristine Cannon Tribune Staff Writer After months of being shuttered, many museums have recently reopened their doors just in time for the annual international one-day shopping event called Museum Store Sunday. Taking place...
Mesa Council OKs downtown shade structure
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Mesa Council OKs downtown shade structure

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer A dramatic, artistic shade structure over the new Mesa City Plaza won rave reviews despite adding $481,000 to the facility’s $6.7 million cost. Mayor John Giles and Councilwoman Jen Duff said...
Ducey: virus surge not getting better any time soon
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Ducey: virus surge not getting better any time soon

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services G1ov. Doug Ducey refused last week to impose new restrictions or mandates on individuals even as his own health chief warned of an increasing number of Arizonans, including Mesa residents,...
Nightlife may have ebbed, drunk driving hasn’t
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Nightlife may have ebbed, drunk driving hasn’t

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Police tactics are changing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but the East Valley DUI Task Force will return during the holiday season with the same goal of promoting public safety by busting as many...
Las Sendas man’s firm ‘corks’ buildings
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Las Sendas man’s firm ‘corks’ buildings

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David M. Brown Tribune Contributor TJ Millington says cork isn’t just for wine bottles and lighter fishing lines. Through his new Mesa business, Armor Plate Coatings Systems, the Las Sendas resident and his crew of 17...
Mesa Girl Scout’s project helps the wheelchair-dependent
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Mesa Girl Scout’s project helps the wheelchair-dependent

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF At age 15, Ariella Hirsch follows Girl Scout Law, which urges members to make the world a better place. The Mesa teen did just that to help wheelchair-dependent people and for her invention, earned the Gold...
Alice Cooper project soldiering on for Mesa kids
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Alice Cooper project soldiering on for Mesa kids

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By Henry Greenstein Tribune Contributor After months of delays, the new Mesa Teen Center from Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock is slated to open early next year. The nonprofit is shooting for a late-January opening, said Randy...
Mesa teen sings her way to helping abused kids
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Mesa teen sings her way to helping abused kids

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By Brooke Dixon, Tribune Contributor Thirteen-year-old Rosevelt Rawls has a passion to sing and a drive to help children suffering from abuse. Earlier this fall, the Mesa teen combined her passions at her own fundraising event,...