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EV Veterans Parade names grand marshal
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EV Veterans Parade names grand marshal

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Tribune News Staff Reflecting this year’s East Valley Veterans Parade theme of “Celebrating Lives of Service,” Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser has been named as the Grand Marshal of the Nov. 11 event. This year’s parade format will...
Solution at hand for baker’s fight with Mesa
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Solution at hand for baker’s fight with Mesa

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Proof Bread Co., an artisan bakery specializing in sourdough bread, croissants and English muffins, has struggled through some sour moments with Mesa during a zoning dispute over operating a...
State health director sees no end to restrictions
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State health director sees no end to restrictions

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services The state’s top health official testified last week that she cannot say when the current COVID-19 health emergency will be over, when the governor will rescind his orders or when...
Land donations boost ASU, help students
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Land donations boost ASU, help students

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BY GARY NELSON Tribune Contributor Okay, here’s the pitch: Donate real estate to Arizona State University and you, too, can help save Planet Earth. That’s how it works, at least in a roundabout way, with one ASU student who...
Mesa voters will have plenty to decide
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Mesa voters will have plenty to decide

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Tribune Executive Editor Early ballots likely are – or soon will be – in the hands of many Mesa voters and it’s a good thing. They’ll need some time to wade through a rafter of names and offices up for...
SE Mesa a big focus in city’s $100M bond issue
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SE Mesa a big focus in city’s $100M bond issue

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By Jim Walsh, Tribune Staff Writer A proposed Mesa bond issue before voters Nov. 3 would help turn farm fields into an auto mall, a major sports complex and residential neighborhoods in southeast Mesa. Not all projects included...
5-day in-class learning to begin in Mesa schools
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5-day in-class learning to begin in Mesa schools

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BY PAUL MARYNIAK Tribune Executive Editor After months of hand-wringing, pleading and tension, Mesa Public Schools is scheduled to welcome thousands of students tomorrow, Oct. 12, for five-day learning in classrooms. For the past...
Virus aid enables Mesa to attack growing homelessness
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Virus aid enables Mesa to attack growing homelessness

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Amid the recession, sickness and death caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Mesa’s Off the Streets program stands out as a beacon of hope in a dark time. One of the city’s wide-ranging programs...
Mesa board wants city aid for arts nonprofits
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Mesa board wants city aid for arts nonprofits

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By Henry Greenstein Tribune Contributor Mesa’s Museum and Cultural Advisory Board wants City Council to provide financial support to arts-focused nonprofit organizations to help them recover from the financial hit they took...
Girl, 12, helped by EV group in cancer fight
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Girl, 12, helped by EV group in cancer fight

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By Katy Springer Tribune Contributor It started as a lump on her knee. Twelve-year-old Kylie Lark had taken a spill down the stairs and her parents, Jolene and Daryl, figured she had sprained something. They did all of the right...