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Bratt Salon Welcomes Clients To Uptown Maumee

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — When Lorine Siefert and Wendy Corley decided to seek out a new location for their growing salon, they searched for two years for the perfect location. Now at home on West Wayne Street in Maumee, Bratt Salon is welcoming new and returning clientele. The business, …

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Main Street Frozen Treats Opens At Fallen Timbers

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Despite the characteristically variable weather, ice cream season has arrived in Northwest Ohio. Main Street Frozen Treats, located at The Shops at Fallen Timbers, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Maumee Chamber of Commerce on April 3 to celebrate the opening of the business. A …

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Joe Masiker Accepted Into U.S. Air Force Academy

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Joe Masiker has a hefty to-do list in the next 10 weeks: Finish obtaining his private pilot’s license, lead hundreds of cadets through a weeklong encampment and enjoy the festivities around high school graduation. That’s no big challenge for the Anthony Wayne High School senior, who …

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Miss Jennie’s School Of Dance Opens In Maumee

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Miss Jennie’s School of Dance will host its grand opening in Maumee on Saturday, April 6. The dance school, which was previously housed in Toledo, brings a variety of dance specialties, including jazz, tap and ballet, to its new Parkway Plaza location. “We also have …

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Most Metroparks Lie In The Path Of Eclipse Totality

BY ART WEBER | METROPARKS TOLEDO — It’s simple really, yet so rare.  The moon moves precisely over the sun and blots it out.  And we are perfectly situated with a once in a millennium opportunity to view it literally from our own backyards. Yep, a solar eclipse is coming to town. …

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Communities, Agencies Ready For Safe Solar Eclipse Experience

BY KRISTI FISH and KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTERS — Remember Y2K – when the world panicked because computers might crash and power could go out at the stroke of midnight on December 31, 1999? Waterville Fire Chief Doug Meyer was a senior in high school, but he remembers the wild predictions of massive …

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