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Groundbreaking Marks Beginning Of Stadium Overhaul Project

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Three years after philanthropy consulting firm Aly Steerling advised the Maumee school district of its fundraising potential, district staff, community leaders and school supporters broke ground on phase one of the $2.6 million Kazmaier Stadium renewal project. On Monday afternoon, Panther Pride Foundation …

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Essence Studio Celebrates Mind-Body Health And Wellness

  BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Fitness expert Diana Spiess is passionate about maintaining an authentic, healthy lifestyle. Her desire to achieve optimal health while helping others do the same motivated her to open Essence, a unique studio dedicated to nurturing the mind, body and spirit. “I really …

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Maumee City Schools Report

April 19, 2018 Panther Pride Is Everywhere! We continue to have so much to be proud of across the district. If you were not able to attend the Kazmaier groundbreaking to celebrate the $1.3 million that has been privately raised to provide updates and upgrades, I can share that it …

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Awards Banquet Honors Maumee Police Officers

  BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee’s men and woman in blue were honored last week during the 26th annual Law Enforcement Appreciation and Awards Banquet. The event, which took place on February 13 at the Maumee Elks, honored officers with honorable and distinguished service records, perfect driving …

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Public Square Planning Committee Reviews Plans For Waterfront

  BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — For now, the Waterville riverfront is filled with construction equipment. Members of the Public Square Planning Committee, however, envision two side-by-side parks along the river when the new Waterville bridge is complete. During a meeting last month, the committee reviewed a presentation …

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Waterville Kroger Celebrates $12 Million Expansion

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — With an additional 45,000 square feet, the Waterville Kroger has changed quite a bit – adding clothing, a wine-tasting bar, a specialty cheese shop and plenty of ready-to-go food offerings. But store leader Michael Teggart said one thing won’t change. “I promise you, …

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