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Mesa artist’s mandala  works are eye-catching
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Mesa artist’s mandala works are eye-catching

January 1st, 2021 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Srianthi Perera Tribune Contributor Gilbert Visual Artist League member artist Shelley Marler is a talented oil portraitist whose work has garnered many awards. The Mesa resident has added to her accomplishments with mandala...
A strong start, then the year crashed on us
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A strong start, then the year crashed on us

December 31st, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
BY GARY NELSON Tribune Contributor It opened brightly enough, with the customary expectations of progress and prosperity that have marked each new year in the East Valley for the past decade. Construction began on an Arizona...
Mesa senator vows defiance of mask rule
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Mesa senator vows defiance of mask rule

December 29th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services With COVID-19 still flaring, the president of the State Senate has ordered that anyone coming into the building must wear a face mask to attend sessions – setting the stage for a...
Pandemic failed to darken Mesa lights firm
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Pandemic failed to darken Mesa lights firm

December 28th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Coty Dolores Miranda Tribune Contributor Some of Santa’s busiest elves this year used cherry pickers. Those elves are the employees of family-owned Christmas Light Decorators in Mesa and include 25 full-time and 70 seasonal...
Come Jan. 1, keep your hands on the wheel
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Come Jan. 1, keep your hands on the wheel

December 27th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer After a long delay, it’s time for drivers to finally put down their cell phones unless they want to see red and blue flashing lights in their rear-view mirror. Arizona’s distracted driving...
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Mesa native a proud OB-GYN nurse in U.S. Navy

December 27th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
U.S. Navy Office of Community Outreach U.S. Navy Lt. Daria Seipeltyra said she knew two things from a very young age; she wanted to be a nurse, and she wanted to join the United States Navy. “My dad was in the Navy, and I...
Mesa’s newest public official  prepares for work
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Mesa’s newest public official prepares for work

December 26th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer As she prepares to take office next month, the newest Mesa City Council member just wants everyone to get along. Julie Spilsbury, a mother of six who will be sworn into her first elected position...
City, MPS workers brighten some kids’ gloomy Christmas
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City, MPS workers brighten some kids’ gloomy Christmas

December 25th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer One by one, happy Jefferson Elementary School students jumped out of minivans, SUVs and pickup trucks and gleefully accepted a new bicycle from a group of generous Mesa firefighters. Others ran...
Many options for Mesa residents to volunteer
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Many options for Mesa residents to volunteer

December 23rd, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Staci Hauk Tribune Contributor During the holiday season, many Mesa residents seek to give their time to worthy organizations in the community. While COVID-19 has posed challenges in that arena, many local nonprofits have...
Raises are in store for most Mesa city workers
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Raises are in store for most Mesa city workers

December 22nd, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Mesa employees will receive a generous New Year’s present – a pay raise designed to compensate them for lost wages while they were working long hours during the pandemic earlier this year....