Anthony Wayne

Republic Rolling Out Toters To 2,200 Waterville Homes

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Waterville residents: Get ready to roll out your toters. Republic Services will be delivering the wheeled containers to Waterville’s 2,200 households during the week of Monday, November 30 through Friday, December 4. Beginning with the Monday, December 7 collection, all refuse and recycling should be in …

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Fire Co-Op Levy To Generate Lower Than Expected Revenue

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Anticipated revenues generated from a 3.25-mill levy for a fire co-op may fall short of original predictions, but Waterville Fire Chief Doug Meyer and Whitehouse Fire Chief Josh Hartbarger say it won’t affect their plan to hire additional fire/EMS employees to serve a growing area. Last …

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Retired Waterville Principal Publishes Children’s Book

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Quarantine, social distancing and masks can’t keep four girls from strengthening their friendship during the time of COVID-19. In The Four Ever Friends, retired Waterville Primary principal Darlene DeCrane shares the adventures of four elementary friends who rise above the challenges presented by the coronavirus to …

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AW Grad Develops App To Manage Tasks And Stay Motivated

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Like many college students, 2017 Anthony Wayne High School graduate Nashad Rahman felt a little unmoored when in-person classes were nixed due to COVID-19 this spring. Instead of lounging in his pajamas and enjoying some slack time, the Ohio State University junior created an app to …

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AW Schools Ready To Welcome Kids Back To School – Safely

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Hugs, high fives and handshakes are being replaced with the air hug, chicken dance, air five and foot bump. “Little ones are used to hugging, but we have other ways to show love and support,” explained Monclova Primary School principal Betsey Murry, pointing to stickers demonstrating …

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3N Livestock Adds Feed, Pork To Monclova Road Business

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Nick Barney was 12 when his parents, Tim and Angie, established 3N Livestock – named for Nick and his brothers, Nathan and Nolan.  Nick, a 2008 Anthony Wayne High School graduate, was involved in ag science, serving as a state FFA officer after graduation and working …

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Waterville Business Projects Coming To Fruition

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — The sounds of construction – both new builds and renovations – can be heard both along Pray Boulevard and in historic downtown Waterville. Waterville Landing’s population has steadily grown as single-family homes, apartments and StoryPoint Senior Living units have become available. The first of four 36-unit …

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