Anthony Wayne

Big Guns Get A Facelift Thanks To Eagle Scout

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — As Tyler Baden goes for regular runs, bike rides or drives in his Jeep, he often passes the Whitehouse American Legion on Providence Street. “I always ride my bike by here every few days and I noticed they needed to be repainted or refurbished,” Tyler said, …

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Seniors To Cross The Stage And Receive Diplomas

Anthony Wayne High School seniors will walk across the stage this Saturday to receive a diploma one at a time.  On May 5, seniors drove up to the athletic wing doors, where masked high school administrators handed out caps, gowns and diploma covers.  The majority of the 375 seniors are …

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Whitehouse Zaps COVID-19 With UV-C Light

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — The bright blue perp sitting in the back of the Whitehouse police car is a real killer – of germs, that is. Sitting at about a foot tall, the UV-C light is one of the newest tools that the Whitehouse Fire Department is using to kill …

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AW Municipalities Adapt, Prepare For Belt-Tightening

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Wearing a mask and gloves, Allan Baer attempts to answer the phone, put on his reading classes and drink coffee. Baer, the deputy chief of the Whitehouse Police Department, stars in the first of a series of public service videos posted on the department’s Facebook page.  …

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AW-Area Essential Businesses Adapt, Clean And Hang On

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Chowders ’N Moor owners Tom and Tina Kuron have weathered plenty of challenges since opening their downtown Waterville restaurant: A 2011 kitchen fire closed the doors for seven months and the 2014 algae bloom necessitated a switch to paper products in the nautical-themed dining area. On …

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