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Luke Memorial Museum entries at the parade
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Luke Memorial Museum entries at the parade

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF The 1st Lt. Frank Luke Jr. Memorial Museum and Restoration Center is providing five military vehicles along the East Valley Veterans Parade route. All of the vehicles have documented service use and are...
Mesa World War II hero marked 105th birthday
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Mesa World War II hero marked 105th birthday

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF World War II hero Irving Wohl of Mesa celebrated his 105th birthday Oct. 12 with a visit from his daughter, who flew in from New York for the occasion. His special day included getting his teeth cleaned at...
New memory care program involves Mesa center
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New memory care program involves Mesa center

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF A five-year partnershiop between a Mesa adult day care center and a lifelong learning provider have produced a memory care engagement program that a spokeswoman said makes participants “feel valued, loved and...
Mesa author toggles between fiction, nonfiction
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Mesa author toggles between fiction, nonfiction

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Tribune Executive Editor Mesa resident Scott Offermann’s output as a writer is slowly becoming as varied as his resume. The Maryland native has been a sailing instructor, commercial diver, firefighter, a...
House of Refuge helps the community that helped it
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House of Refuge helps the community that helped it

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By Rudy Cavazos Tribune Contributor Throughout its 24 years of operation, the House of Refuge has helped more than 2,500 families across the Valley rebound to self-sufficiency through transitional housing and supportive services....
Scarecrows, playful pumpkins take over Mesa
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Scarecrows, playful pumpkins take over Mesa

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By Jacqueline Robledo GetOut Contributor Ray Villafane’s playful, carved pumpkins are synonymous with Halloween in Carefree. But when COVID-19 hit, he was forced to make a change when the town canceled its events. “Strange...
Jack Daniels’ lawsuit stirs a whiskey row in federal court
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Jack Daniels’ lawsuit stirs a whiskey row in federal court

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services A major bourbon whiskey manufacturer wants the U.S. Supreme Court to stop an Arizona firm from producing a dog toy that the company’s attorneys say associates its “image of...
Four Mesa schools earn foundation’s  A+ award
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Four Mesa schools earn foundation’s A+ award

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Four more Mesa public schools last week were named A+ Schools of Excellence, bringing to 26 the number of schools in the district that have received the coveted designation since 2016. The honors came atop the...
Mesa artist in unique Heard Museum show
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Mesa artist in unique Heard Museum show

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David M. Brown Tribune Contributor Brad Kahlhamer of Mesa is among the 24 artists participating in “Larger Than Memory: Contemporary Art from Indigenous North America,” at the Heard Museum in Phoenix. Co-curated by Diana...
Mesa native makes the cut for GCU album
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Mesa native makes the cut for GCU album

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By Diana Quintera Tribune Contributor A Mesa native is one of the featured artists on the fifth album produced by Grand Canyon University’s worship arts program. The school’s fifth student album, “Canyon Worship 2020,” is...