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EV safety rankings – some cities gain, some slip
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EV safety rankings – some cities gain, some slip

December 21st, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
BY GARY NELSON Tribune Contributor If you’re looking to live somewhere relatively safe from all the perils that modern life can throw at us, the East Valley is a pretty good bet – but in some of our cities, not as good as a...
Mesa puts tournaments on COVID probation
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Mesa puts tournaments on COVID probation

December 20th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Mesa last week adopted strict public health protocols at sports fields as an alternative to closing them, allowing out-of-state sports tournaments to proceed amid the surge in COVID-19 – and...
Eastmark couple teaches the art of cooking
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Eastmark couple teaches the art of cooking

December 19th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Monique Seleen TRIBUNE Contributor Sweet Moments Company is cooking up ways for people to gather virtually and learn how to prepare everything from gourmet meals to decadent desserts – all from the comfort of their own...
Mesa teacher helps develop mandatory Holocaust class
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Mesa teacher helps develop mandatory Holocaust class

December 18th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Mairany Garcia Tribune Contributor Back when Dobson High teacher Kim Klett was beginning her path to a doctoral degree in English, she decided to take a class that would impact the rest of her career: Holocaust Literature....
Brady rides out 15 years of Mesa storms as city manager
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Brady rides out 15 years of Mesa storms as city manager

December 17th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
BY GARY NELSON Tribune Contributor It would be the rare little boy who dreams of growing up to be a city manager. Chris Brady was not one of them. As a student at Brigham Young University in the 1980s, Brady aimed instead at a...
MPS salutes two retiring long-time board members
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MPS salutes two retiring long-time board members

December 16th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Mesa Public School officials last week bid a fond farewell to two Governing Board members who each have devoted 12 years to the nonpaying position. Board President Elaine Miner and Steven Peterson are retiring...
GOP election rift engulfs Mesa lawmakers
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GOP election rift engulfs Mesa lawmakers

December 15th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
TRIBUNE NEW STAFF Two Mesa lawmakers and a congressman are at the epicenter of a widening schism in Arizona’s Republican Party over President Donald Trump’s defeat in the state. House Speaker Rusty Bowers has been subjected...
MPS vows reopened classrooms Jan. 19 for ‘most’ students
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MPS vows reopened classrooms Jan. 19 for ‘most’ students

December 14th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
BY PAUL MARYNIAK Tribune Executive Editor Mesa Public Schools’ reopening for in-person learning Jan. 19 will be made on a classroom-by-classroom and school-by-school basis governed by data showing COVID-19 spread. During the...
With 3,500 fewer students, MPS sees tough road ahead
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With 3,500 fewer students, MPS sees tough road ahead

December 13th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
BY PAUL MARYNIAK Tribune Executive Editor Confronting a pandemic-fueled loss of at least 3,500 students and new expenses related to COVID-19, Mesa Public Schools officials are increasingly concerned about the district’s...
Mesa pizzeria’s customers part of the owners’ family
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Mesa pizzeria’s customers part of the owners’ family

December 12th, 2020 | by Mesa Tribune Staff
By Sierra Alvarez Tribune Contributor As it struggles through the pandemic, La Famiglia Pizza N Pasta in Mesa is relying on loyal customers to stay afloat. Owner Girolamo Randazzo said his business is “run by family” and...