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Ghost mall to host Mesa fireworks show
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Ghost mall to host Mesa fireworks show

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BY GARY NELSON Tribune Contributor If there’s one place in Mesa where a person can practice social distancing, it’s probably Fiesta Mall. The hulking old shopping center has been closed for two and a half years, except for a...
Red Mtn. plays it safe, suspends football workouts
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Red Mtn. plays it safe, suspends football workouts

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By Zach Alvira Tribune Sports Editor As football programs across the East Valley adjust to limitations surrounding summer workouts, Red Mountain head football coach Mike Peterson elected to suspend his program’s camp for two...
MPS board voices many reopening concerns
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MPS board voices many reopening concerns

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Tribune Executive Editor Mesa Public Schools Governing Board members last week expressed worries, concerns and hopes during their first detailed briefing on the district’s still-developing plan for reopening...
Apache Trail buffs, ADOT at odds over shattered road
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Apache Trail buffs, ADOT at odds over shattered road

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BY GARY NELSON Tribune Contributor On any given weekend afternoon, the Apache Trail looks like one of those ant highways you see on the sidewalk – cars and trucks zipping by in either direction as East Valley sun-seekers take...
Broad Mesa Police reforms don’t satisfy critics
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Broad Mesa Police reforms don’t satisfy critics

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Mesa Police will launch a new Critical Incident Review Board in about 30 days to more thoroughly critique a wider variety of use-of-force incidents as part of a series of reforms. The new board...
3 casinos shut down after worker’s virus death
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3 casinos shut down after worker’s virus death

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By Derrick Smith Cronkite News Gila River Hotels & Casinos has shut down for two weeks to review safety standards and disinfect properties after the COVID-19 related death last week of a security employee. “The decision...
Child Crisis Center serves despite pandemic
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Child Crisis Center serves despite pandemic

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By Alison Bailin Tribune Guest Writer For more than 43 years, Child Crisis Arizona has served the Valley’s vulnerable children and families and is committed to ending child abuse and neglect through prevention, education and...
Realtors aim to cheer up nursing home patients
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Realtors aim to cheer up nursing home patients

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF The West and Southeast Realtors of the Valley, now united under the acronym WeSERV, want to help make some nursing home patients’ lives a little brighter. The association asking people to write “be the...
Council OKs big NE Mesa housing project
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Council OKs big NE Mesa housing project

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer With opponents bemoaning the loss of pristine desert to the end, Mesa City Council last week unanimously approved zoning for Blandford Homes’ Reserve at Red Rock resort-style subdivision....
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...