Rodd McLeod thinks voter approval of Proposition 209 this fall will go a long way toward keeping people from being “forced out on the street or lose their cars” when they have medical bills they can’t pay.

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Coffee is a central part of the Costa Rican culture, and one East Valley family shares that heritage with every cup they serve. 

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Dr. Deborah Klinkefus had once considered studying engineering, but decided to help people’s smiles instead.

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Dallas Nevill wanted to create a recession-proof business, and after surviving the pandemic, a recent national award may have proven he could do that.

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One of Mesa’s oldest businesses this month celebrated its 60th anniversary.

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A Mesa native is the recipient of a big scholarship from a program that started with a reality cooking show when she was 4 years old.

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During visits from their native Michigan to their second home in Mesa, Barb and Tim Beaubine became big fans of Hava Java Coffee Shop on Power and McDowell roads.

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When she was in the fifth grade in her native Akron, Ohio, Nicole Posten-Thompson, RA, decided she was going to be an architect. 

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Two weeks may not sound like a long time, but when Gilbert’s Hole 9 Yards owners had plans in place for a festive grand opening on Sept. 16, supply-chain issues delayed the permitting process.