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Demolition Necessary To Make Way For New School

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Since 1932, the brick building on Texas Street has been a hub of education for Whitehouse students – first as a K-12, then as an elementary school. When Anthony Wayne Local Schools administrators began working with SSOE Group and Stantec architects and engineers …

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Hundreds Start New Year With Plunge In Icy River

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Chanting “Herbie, Herbie, Herbie,” hundreds of brave – or crazy, depending on who you ask – people ran into the icy waters of the Maumee River to take the annual Polar Plunge on New Year’s Day. The event honors Herb Mericle, who died …

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Fundraising Continues For Aging Kazmaier Stadium

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Conrad and Kim Kolbow believe in paying it forward. Both graduated from Maumee High School and were involved in multiple activities – he in sports and she in cheerleading – and their three children were multiple-sport athletes as well. Now, the Kolbows are …

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Firefighters Host Annual Breakfast With Santa Event

The Maumee Fire Division hosted the sixth annual Breakfast With Santa on Saturday. Over 700 people stopped by the station on Illinois Avenue to enjoy pancakes, sausage and orange juice. Children visited with Santa and many took advantage of the opportunity to climb up into the fire trucks that were …

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