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Mesa’s Nelson Estate Jewelry wins BBB ethics award
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Mesa’s Nelson Estate Jewelry wins BBB ethics award

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF A Mesa jewelry store has won Better Business Bureau Serving the Pacific Southwest’s 2020 Torch Award for Ethics. Nelson Estate Jewelers,  2051 S. Dobson Road, is the first jewelry store in Arizona to win the...
Mesa group maintains breast cancer help
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Mesa group maintains breast cancer help

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By Sydney MackieTribune ContributorEven though October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month, many groups found that the pandemic limited their ability to do hold the fundraising and awareness efforts they usually do then.But...
Sears, Ellingson, O’Reilly appear to be MPS board victors
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Sears, Ellingson, O’Reilly appear to be MPS board victors

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By PAUL MARYNIAKTribune Executive Editor Incumbent Kiana Marie Sears on Friday retained her lead and Lara Salmon Ellingson held onto second place while Joe O’Reilly appears to have captured the third seat in the Mesa Public...
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Gold prices bring out fast-buck operators

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFFWith gold at an all-time high and economic times tough, Mesa Jeweler David Nelson is warning people to be cautious if they want to sell their unwanted gold or silver items for cash.“When gold prices make...
Giles appears cruising to second term as Mesa’s mayor
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Giles appears cruising to second term as Mesa’s mayor

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By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer Mesa Mayor John Giles today continued holding a commanding lead in his quest for a second four-year term and a hotly contested City Council race indicates an upset was brewing, according to...
Jobless benefit claims continue rising in Arizona
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Jobless benefit claims continue rising in Arizona

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Another 30,000-plus Arizonans filed for unemployment benefits this past week, a sign that the state economy is far from recovery. The new first-time claims are about 7,000 above the prior...
Valley native’s film finally makes the big screen
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Valley native’s film finally makes the big screen

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By Coty Dolores Miranda Tribune Contributor Sean Olson, a former long-time Phoenix resident and editor for entertainment news magazine Extra, was anxiously awaiting the Arizona premiere of his newest movie and its opening in...
New software to aid study of local school performance
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New software to aid study of local school performance

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By KAYLA RUTLEDGE, Staff Writer Newly developed interactive software may be putting Arizona at the forefront of modernized decision-making for K-12 education. The technology could have a positive impact on the state’s...
Indoor rock-climbing business sprouting up in EV
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Indoor rock-climbing business sprouting up in EV

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By Ariella Nardizzi Contributor Once regarded as an extreme sport for “mountain men,” the popularity of rock climbing has skyrocketed – especially at indoor centers – with more facilities opening in the East Valley to...
Arizona Charity Cares For The Smallest Citizens
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Arizona Charity Cares For The Smallest Citizens

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By Coty Dolores Miranda Contributor Arizona Needy Newborns, with chapters in Ahwatukee and Mesa, brought the holiday season in early as members and community guests joined together for the annual Christmas Stocking Stuffer last...