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Maumee River Water Trail Guides Paddlers With Maps, Signs

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Herb Delventhal didn’t kayak until 2000, but has boated, skated and waded the Maumee River for most of his 89 years. And while the longtime Waterville resident now lives in Defiance, he returned on May 16 to Farnsworth Metropark for the dedication of the Maumee River …

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Sandman’s Quality Products Boost Backyard Projects

  BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — From backyard fire pits and paver walkways to luxurious lawns and outdoor kitchens, designers, landscapers and homeowners rely on Sandman’s quality products for successful projects of all sizes. Brothers Bobby Parker and Shaun Parker – president and vice president of the second-generation …

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Maumee Voters Say Yes To New 5.9-Mill Operating Levy

  BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — On May 8, Maumee voters headed to the election booth and approved an operating levy that will keep the district solvent for the next four years. Unofficial results from the Lucas County Board of Elections show 1,801 residents, or 58.08 percent, voted in favor …

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Anthony Wayne Area Construction Could Cause Some Delays

  BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — With spring weather come the orange barrels, and the Anthony Wayne area will see its share in the coming weeks and months. In Waterville, the big project is the Waterville bridge construction, which will create a 45-day closure, said Ohio Department of Transportation spokesperson Rebecca …

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New Learning Commons Coming To Maumee High School

  BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — The Maumee High School media center will be transformed into a learning commons, with greater access to technology and collaborative learning opportunities, said district Assistant Superintendent Steve Lee. He presented information on the new project at the April 9 Maumee school board …

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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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