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Mesa businesses, others got over $480M in job help
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Mesa businesses, others got over $480M in job help

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BY PAUL MARYNIAK Tribune Executive Editor The federal government pumped a staggering amount of money into 5,804 Mesa businesses, nonprofits and other entities to hold on to 78,492 jobs as the economy began reeling during the...
Virus pops up at schools as AIA explores options
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Virus pops up at schools as AIA explores options

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By Zach Alvira Tribune Sports Editor As football programs across the East Valley try to carefully navigate through summer workouts, some have fallen victim to COVID-19 infections among players. Tempe Union High School District...
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...
Mesa eyes bonanza from future auto malls
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Mesa eyes bonanza from future auto malls

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer A planned auto mall in southeast Mesa represents a potential sales tax bonanza for a revenue-starved city without a property tax, recouping millions lost from the exodus of dealerships a decade...
Retiring Mesa chief magistrate leaves strong legacy
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Retiring Mesa chief magistrate leaves strong legacy

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Mesa Presiding City Magistrate Matt Tafoya and Mesa Municipal Court Chief Administrator Paul Thomas spent more than a decade carrying out vision of court reform long before it became trendy. They...
MPS outreach feeds kids’ bodies and minds
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MPS outreach feeds kids’ bodies and minds

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Tribune Executive Editor As Gov. Doug Ducey reminded Arizonans last week, the pandemic has impacted more than just reading, writing and ‘rithmetic in school districts. For many, including Mesa Public Schools,...
Pandemic a health and economic crisis for Mesa arts
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Pandemic a health and economic crisis for Mesa arts

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By Srianthi Perera Tribune Contributor With the pandemic showing no signs of retreating in Arizona, the arts have taken a backseat in Mesa. That’s not to say that the city’s arts groups are being complacent; they are working...
Ready, set, go! Early voting starts this week
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Ready, set, go! Early voting starts this week

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Starting this week, Mesa voters can either endorse the aggressive pro-growth, pro-downtown redevelopment policies of Mesa Mayor John Giles or choose an anti-Giles ticket recommended by his...
Mesa artist finds warm reception in Montana
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Mesa artist finds warm reception in Montana

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By David M. Brown Tribune Contributor Mesa artist Linda Glover Gooch is traveling north this summer and taking some cool canvases. “Intertwined with Living Waters: The Art of Linda Glover Gooch” is featured at  the Hockaday...
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...