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Mesa schools chief doubts Aug. 17 campus reopening
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Mesa schools chief doubts Aug. 17 campus reopening

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By Zach Alvira Tribune Staff Writer Mesa Public Schools Governing Board members and the community saw for the first time the district’s finalized plan for the 2020-21 school year as administration officials strongly indicated a...
DPS sues to ground Chandler tutor  with shaky past
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DPS sues to ground Chandler tutor with shaky past

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By Kevin Reagan, Tribune Staff Writer State law enforcement officials are attempting to stop a Chandler teacher who has been arrested 10 times on suspicion of inappropriately touching children from being able to work in local...
More apartments coming to downtown Mesa
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More apartments coming to downtown Mesa

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer An expensive obstacle won’t halt the construction of Eco Mesa, a high-end sustainable apartment complex that will rise over a downtown Mesa parking lot, attracting a higher-income clientele....
More apartments coming to downtown Mesa
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More apartments coming to downtown Mesa

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer An expensive obstacle won’t halt the construction of Eco Mesa, a high-end sustainable apartment complex that will rise over a downtown Mesa parking lot, attracting a higher-income clientele....
Ducey adds new dining-in rules as virus cases rise
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Ducey adds new dining-in rules as virus cases rise

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Gov. Doug Ducey refused Thursday to reimpose his stay-at-home order even after conceding that his own data shows how effective that was in curbing the spread of COVID-19. Instead, he is...
Survey: teachers hesitant about classroom return
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Survey: teachers hesitant about classroom return

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By Zach Alvira Tribune Staff Writer A survey by the Arizona Education Association released last week found an overwhelming number of educators believe schools should only reopen when it is deemed safe to do so. Of 7,651 educators...
Specialty license plates honor, help Marines
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Specialty license plates honor, help Marines

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By Mike Phillips Tribune Contributor Every time Elisabeth Wisthoff looks at the license plate of her husband’s Toyota Tacoma, it reminds her of where they met, the life they’ve shared and the children they’ve raised. Dana...
City Council OKs major southeast Mesa project
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City Council OKs major southeast Mesa project

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer City Council has paved the way for Mountain Vista, a large mixed-use development with a four-story hotel, is expected to serve as a new gateway to East Mesa. A zoning change allowing for...
Mesa mom’s open-campuses drive gains support
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Mesa mom’s open-campuses drive gains support

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By Zach Alvira Tribune Staff Writer A Mesa mother’s petition voicing concern over delaying the opening of Arizona campuses is gaining traction. Laura Crandell launched the petition drive after Gov. Doug Ducey delayed...
Slowly but surely, Mesa getting a new downtown
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Slowly but surely, Mesa getting a new downtown

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer After decades of big plans followed by bigger disappointments, the foundations of new downtown Mesa are emerging as city leaders and developers look past the COVID-19 pandemic towards a brighter...