Anthony Wayne

New Director Takes Helm Of Waterville Chamber Of Commerce

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Jackie Lehman’s resume is a little nontraditional, she admits. Small-business co-owner, paint shop supervisor and emissions chemist are among the jobs she’s tackled. Now, Lehman is putting that experience to work in a position that requires both analytical and people skills: Waterville Area Chamber of Commerce …

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Traffic Study Shows Need For Turn Lanes, Improvements

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Proposed housing developments around The Shops at Fallen Timbers could increase traffic as much as 210 percent at the intersection of Black Road and Stitt Road, according to a recent study.  Lucas County Engineer Mike Pniewski said the condition of Black Road and traffic counts at …

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Middle Schoolers Discover Variety Of Military Careers

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER| MIRROR REPORTER — Law enforcement officer, electrician, mechanic and pilot – these are all jobs familiar to most middle schoolers. After a November 10 visit from members of the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Navy and Marines, Fallen Timbers Middle School students learned that anything considered a career in the …

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Anthony Wayne High School Hosts Veterans In Classrooms

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Kendra Lengel admits that the financial benefits are the main reason she joined the Air National Guard soon after graduating from Anthony Wayne High School in 2000. During her six years of service, she gained an understanding of commitment, many friends, the routine of daily running …

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Anthony Wayne Prepares Graduates For Military

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — With a Wall of Honor at the high school and Purple Star designations for each of its buildings, Anthony Wayne Local Schools continues to show its support for children of active-duty military personnel and for those who decide to pursue military careers. As part of a …

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School Board Seat Winner To Be Decided By Recount

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — One vote. For now, that’s all that separates two candidates from one seat on the Anthony Wayne Board of Education. Troy Lutz, who was appointed to the board in April, currently has 2,096 votes. Andrew Prine has 2,095 votes. The men were among five candidates for …

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Challengers Take Seats In AW-Area Races

For the Anthony Wayne area, this year’s local elections were anything but boring, especially for the Lucas County Republican Party (LCRP), which saw most of its candidates take seats. As of November 3, the results were unofficial. In the hotly contested race for two positions on the Anthony Wayne Local …

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Dave Giest Body Shop Closes In On 40 Years

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — When Dave Giest opened his body shop in 1981, the traffic on Waterville Street was so sparse that he could “walk across the road blindfolded at three or four in the afternoon.” Now, what once was called “the village with a future” has a steady stream …

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