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Howard Teifke Remembered For Kindness, Commitment To Community

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Longtime Maumee resident, business owner, devoted member of the community and staunch Ohio State Buckeyes fan Howard Teifke passed away on February 15. He was 93. A graduate of The Ohio State University, Howard was recruited to play football – playing center for the team. …

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Maumee Police Officers Honored At Annual Awards Banquet

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Several men and women in blue were honored last week during the 27th annual Law Enforcement Apprecia-tion and Awards Banquet, which took place on February 6 at The Pinnacle in Maumee. In addition to police officers and their families on hand, several city staff, elected …

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Dale’s Bar & Grill Closes For Major Renovation Project

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Not long ago, Dale’s Bar & Grill in uptown Maumee added an outdoor patio and changed the landscape of summer activity in the business district. Now, longtime business owner Bill Anderson has turned his attention inside his well-known bar and grill, with a significant renovation …

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Dave Tullis Takes Over As New Police Chief Of Maumee

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Newly named Maumee Police Chief David Tullis is committed to community policing – a philosophy that embraces the concept of civic partnerships. “I am a firm believer in connecting with the community and I think it is important to maintain strong partnerships with the Maumee …

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Anthony Wayne NHS Teens Assist With A Senior Prom

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Rubie Williams wore a traditional dress from Ghana. Jacqueline Black’s new blue lace dress matched her corsage and blue eyes. Irene Bogucki and her daughter, Carleen Sweet, glided into the ballroom with floor-length gowns and fringed shawls. The first Genesis Village Senior Prom on January 12 …

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Monclova Township Growth Shows No Sign Of Slowing

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Monclova Township is still known for its delicious sweet corn, Monclova Plowboys 4-H Club and historic community center. With an annual growth rate of 1.75 percent over the past decade, however, the once-rural community is increasingly becoming a place to rent an apartment, build a house, …

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