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Waterville Hosts September 22 Roche De Boeuf Festival

With a parade, musicians, dancers, artists, military vehicles and historical interpreters, Waterville will be filled with activities on Saturday, September 22 for the Roche de Boeuf Festival. Sponsored by the Waterville Area Chamber of Commerce, the event opens at 9:00 a.m. with more than 100 vendors, nonprofits and food trucks, …

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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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Waterville Pet Owners Concerned After Coyote Attacks

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — If Skittles seems skittish about leaving the back deck to do her business, it’s for good reason. The 12-year-old rescue dog lost her tail on July 16 after what Jennifer Gill and Deb Snow were told was a coyote attack. “It was 8:00 a.m. and sunny,” …

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StoryPoint Waterville Opens Three-Story Independent Living

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Diane Peyton was unpacking boxes and arranging the furniture in her 700-square-foot, second-floor apartment in StoryPoint Waterville Senior Living when executive director Linda Johnson stopped in to bring her flowers. “It’s absolutely beautiful, and it’s brand new,” said Peyton, the first resident to move into the …

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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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