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Mesa artist part of Grand Canyon art fest
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Mesa artist part of Grand Canyon art fest

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David M. Brown Tribune Contributor Mesa artist Linda Glover Gooch joined two other East Valley artists in the 12th Annual Grand Canyon Celebration of Art at Grand Canyon National Park last month and many of their works are...
Mesa woman marks her 106th birthday
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Mesa woman marks her 106th birthday

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF A longtime Mesa resident turned 106 this weekend, but pandemic regulations muted her children’s celebration of her birthday to a degree. Alice Marie Thome – known to her friends by her middle name – is...
Guardsmen invited to share stories in special project
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Guardsmen invited to share stories in special project

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By Mike Phillips It’s been an unprecedented year for the Arizona National Guard. From fighting forest fires to providing pandemic relief and protecting sites from civil unrest, thousands of citizen soldiers have answered the...
Pangean Orchestra uses down time to plan
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Pangean Orchestra uses down time to plan

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By Srianthi Perera Tribune Contributor The East Valley’s Pangean Orchestra, which gathers musicians and instruments from various cultures, has achieved nonprofit status and is now looking for four board members and five...
Mesa theater recasts Romeo & Juliet as a western
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Mesa theater recasts Romeo & Juliet as a western

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By Katy Springer Tribune Contributor Where the devil should this Romeo be?” So asked Mercutio in William Shakespeare’s “Romeo & Juliet.” It turns out Romeo is on stage at State 48 Theatre Company in Mesa – and...
Man, woman of year nominations sought
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Man, woman of year nominations sought

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF For more than 80 years Mesa residents who have rendered exceptional community service in in the city have been honored with the Mesa Man and Woman of the Year awards. And this year is no exception as the Mesa...
MCC virtually succeeds with early childhood lab
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MCC virtually succeeds with early childhood lab

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Mesa Community College has adapted its Evelyn H. Warren Child Development Lab for virtual early childhood teaching and learning. The lab school, accredited through the National Association for the Education of...
College president’s video adds light touch to heavy topic
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College president’s video adds light touch to heavy topic

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Whether its grade school, high school or higher education, the pandemic has made things pretty bleak for students. But Chandler Gilbert Community College President Dr. Greg Peterson decided to add a dash of...
3 Mesa seniors, 302 years among them
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3 Mesa seniors, 302 years among them

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF Three residents of Broadway Mesa Village A Senior Living are celebrating birthdays totaling 302 years. Vivian Bickford and Sophie Steitz and are both turning 102 years old tomorrow and Sept. 9, respectively,...
Supporters give Mesa schools ‘heart attacks’
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Supporters give Mesa schools ‘heart attacks’

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By Zach Alvira Tribune Staff Writer A Mesa mother last week brought the community together to show appreciation for teachers, administrators and board members amid the struggles in the pandemic by launching a series of “heart...