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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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Maumee City Schools Is Honored With Top Workplace Recognition

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — When it comes to employee satisfaction, Maumee City Schools is definitely making the grade. The district recently earned the title of top workplace in the Toledo region. “It really is exciting for our district,” said district Superintendent Dr. Todd Cramer. “It was confirmation that we …

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Waterville Growth Continues Into New Year

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — With homes, apartments and businesses springing up around Pray Boulevard, a new bridge taking shape across the Maumee River and half of the city council up for re-election, 2019 will be a year of transformation for Waterville, said Mayor Lori Brodie. “We definitely will have a …

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Mayor Touts City’s Strengths To Maumee Chamber Of Commerce

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — In the annual State of the City address, Maumee Mayor Richard Carr touted economic growth, strong police and fire protection, excellent schools, well-maintained streets and a budget surplus. He made his remarks at the January 15 Maumee Chamber of Commerce luncheon. “The city of Maumee …

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Historic Monclova School Growing In Popularity For Special Events And Classes

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — With classes, parties, weddings and special events, the classrooms of the old Monclova School are increasingly occupied. During the Monclova Historical Foundation’s (MHF) annual meeting, Monclova Community Center director Jennifer Reinhart and MHF president Pete Siekierski shared with members how the nonprofit organization is now $25,000 …

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