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Mesa was first inhabited by a Native American tribe named the Hohokam which means "the departed ones." This tribe built elaborate canals that have been called the most sophisticated in the prehistoric New World. Later, the Apache tribe drove off Spanish explorers, leading gold expeditions through the area. Later, Mormon migrations traveled through Mesa, as well. Today, Mesa is the third largest city in Arizona, and is located only 15 miles east of Phoenix.

Population: 396375
Local Newspapers: The East Valley Tribune Mesa Republic Mesa Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB) Arizona Rattlers (AFL) Phoenix Coyotes (NHL) Phoenix Mercury (WNBA) Phoenix Suns (NBA) Arizona Cardinals (NFL)
Local Colleges: Polytechnic campus of Arizona State University

Zip Codes associated with mesa, arizona: 85201 85202 85203 85204 85205 85206 85207 85208 85210 85212 85213 85215
Towns/Cities near mesa, arizona : Tempe Gilbert Apache Junction Chandler Guadalupe Scottsdale

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Arizona educators will walk out Thursday

Arizona educators over the past few days have cast votes on whether to hold a walkout in the push for more education funding. Arizona educators will walk out Thursday Arizona educators over the past few days have cast votes on whether to hold a walkout in the push for more education funding.

4 ways to get an Arizona university degree for less money

Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2HbkyUG Arizona university students already pay many tens of thousands of dollars to get their degrees. But to graduate, they have to fork over even more money.

The 12 Best Concerts in Phoenix This Weekend

Friday evening will be especially busy, as Odesza will have an enormous show at The Park at Wild Horse Pass in Chandler, KUPD will present its annual Ufest over in Mesa, and Cradle of Filth will invade The Van Buren in downtown Phoenix. The rest of the weekend is just as packed and will includes gigs by Vance Joy, No Volcano , Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Dixie Dregs, and one-man band That 1 Guy.

Mesa to sink $10 million into Elliot Road expansion for tech corridor

Mesa to sink $10 million into Elliot Road expansion for tech corridor Mesa will sink $10 million into improvements along Elliot Road to alter the stretch into a "technology corridor." Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2HcTGUg Mesa is planning to sink $10 million into Elliot Road infrastructure, rendering pictured here, in order to create a "tech corridor."

Mesa approves $10M to create tech corridor

The city of Mesa will spend $10 million on improvements on a stretch of Elliot Road in hopes of transforming it into the Valley's newest "technology corridor," reports The Arizona Republic.

Arizona's 10 districts with the highest average pay

The average salary for a teacher in an Arizona school district last school year was $48,372, according to the Arizona Office of the Auditor General. Arizona's 10 districts with the highest average pay The average salary for a teacher in an Arizona school district last school year was $48,372, according to the Arizona Office of the Auditor General.

Wireless Comms Providers Cope with Frequency Changes

At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, at the end of February, T-Mobile announced that it plans to build out its 5G services in 30 major U.S. cities this year, including New York, Los Angeles, Dallas and Las Vegas. While the "Un-carrier" - as the company likes to refer to itself - was not specific about what frequency spectrum those services will use, wireless microphone, in-ear and communications equipment users are already on notice that they may have to vacate the 600 MHz band sooner than the FCC's post-incentive auction TV station repack schedule would suggest.

Burnaby Greens want to end overseas political junkets if elected

The Burnaby Green Party wants to end all taxpayer-funded trips by Burnaby councillors and staff outside Canada if they are elected in October. The party says local politicians and civic employees don't need to leave the country to learn from other municipal governments, and going abroad on political junkets is an unnecessary bill Burnaby taxpayers shouldn't have to foot.

Mesa schools superintendent to teachers: 'A walkout could mean loss of public support'

Mesa schools superintendent to teachers: 'A walkout could mean loss of public support' In an email to teachers Monday, Mesa Schools Superintendent Michael Cowan cautioned teachers against a walkout. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2qEdt3K Thousands of Arizona teachers, parents, and students participated in a statewide walk-in as part of the #RedForEd effort for more education funding.

Ahwatukee Los Dos Molinos Restaurant Liquidated; Other Three in Area Not Affected

One of the four area Los Dos Molinos restaurants has been closed through a Chapter 7 liquidation, according to court documents filed last week, but the other three locations are not affected by the bankruptcy. The Ahwatukee location filed for Chapter 11 last year and was shuttered last week after the court-appointed trustee determined there was "no hope for rehabilitation," according to Phoenix attorney Bradley Cosman, who represented the trustee.

How to Build a Music Scene, According to David Byrne

David Byrne brings his American Utopia tour to Mesa on April 19, more than four decades after co-founding the Talking Heads. He's promoting a solo album by the same name, featuring his characteristic blend of nearly nonsensical lyrics with abrupt shifts in musical tones.

Eat Here First in April: 3 new restaurants to try before everybody else does

New Phoenix restaurants to watch: Osteria for sharp Italian food; La Mejor Comida Mexicana for lamb barbacoa; High & Rye for tasty Southern dishes. Eat Here First in April: 3 new restaurants to try before everybody else does New Phoenix restaurants to watch: Osteria for sharp Italian food; La Mejor Comida Mexicana for lamb barbacoa; High & Rye for tasty Southern dishes.

Avoiding 'a deadly situation': Phoenix police learn how to interact with deaf residents

The Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is helping Phoenix police teach officers how to communicate with people who can't hear them. Avoiding 'a deadly situation': Phoenix police learn how to interact with deaf residents The Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing is helping Phoenix police teach officers how to communicate with people who can't hear them.

HomeSmart acquires Coldwell Banker Trails and Paths in Arizona

Arizona-based real estate franchisor HomeSmart today announced the acquisition of Coldwell Banker Trails and Paths, a team of 65 agents in Mesa, Arizona. This deal brings HomeSmart's total network count to 14,500 agents across 17 states.

on Craigslist: 1994 Corvette Limousine

We've documented some of the oddball Corvettes available for sale on Craigslist over the years and hopefully, our latest entry will not disappoint. Sometimes life requires more than the two seats that are offered on traditional Corvettes.

Record Store Day 2018: A Field Guide to Shopping in Phoenix

Vinyl-hoarding music fans are starting to feel a familiar twitch right about now. Record Store Day is upon us.

Soy Boy Politics

Double-standards left and right. 50 years ago none of these conversations would be even near the forefront of the narrative.

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