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Veterans Memorial Park Donations Near $100,000; Groundbreaking Could Start In Spring

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — With nearly $100,000 raised and bids expected by January, a groundbreaking at Veterans Memorial Park in Whitehouse should happen this spring. When complete, the park will honor Anthony Wayne-area military personnel, veterans and those killed in action, as well as first responders, said Louann Artiaga. She …

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City Reconsiders Decision To Hire IT Manager

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee City Council has put on hold a decision to hire a new full-time city employee to manage and administer Maumee’s computer network system. The decision came after a split vote at the October 1 meeting when council member Dave Kissinger requested that council reconsider …

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Maumee Bids Farewell To Beloved Friend Charlie Carr

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Kind, giving, caring, willing to help at a moment’s notice – these are just a few of the ways that friends and family describe Charlie Carr. The beloved community member and friend to so many in Maumee passed away on September 20 after a four-year …

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Maumee Superintendent Offers District Overview As School Year Begins

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Driving most of the decisions at Maumee City Schools are the core beliefs that students come first, that continuous improvement is necessary and that maximizing the potential of others will lead to that success. District Superintendent Dr. Todd Cramer provided a district overview while outlining …

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Community Celebrates Ribbon Cutting And Rededication Of Maumee’s Kazmaier Stadium First-Phase Renewal Project

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Business and community leaders, elected officials, current and former students and district staff attended a special ribbon-cutting ceremony at Maumee High School’s Kazmaier Stadium. The event, which took place on August 15, culminated a $1.2 million fundraising effort that began three years ago and marked …

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