Anthony Wayne

Engineering Field Provides Plenty Of Opportunities

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER| MIRROR REPORTER — Anthony Wayne High School graduates are making an impact in the automotive, construction, de-fense, manufacturing, medical and software industries because of their decisions to pursue careers in engineering. As part of a series on Anthony Wayne graduates in different industries, this week The Mirror profiles those who …

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Fire Chiefs Honored For Creating Waterville-Whitehouse Co-Op

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Like many volunteer fire departments nationwide, Waterville and Whitehouse in 2018 faced a challenge: Call volume was growing, but the number of volunteers available – especially during work hours and overnight – was dwindling.  So the village and city teamed up with Waterville Township to pay …

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Three AW Siblings Hike 400-Mile Pilgrimage In Spain

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — For many, walking the 400-mile, 1,000-year-old pilgrimage route between Pamplona and Santiago de Compostela in Spain is a spiritual journey, a lifelong goal, a fitness challenge or all three. For AW grads and siblings Laura Kemp, Clif Vaughan and David Vaughan, the five-week adventure along the …

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Whitehouse Referendum Group Exceeds Required Signatures

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — As soon as Whitehouse Village Council voted on May 3 to revoke a .75-percent income tax credit, Larry Yunker promised to put a referendum on the ballot to have Ordinance 2-2022 repealed. Whitehouse Citizens Referendum, a public group on Facebook, now has 233 members, and volunteers …

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Rory Smith Decides To Join U.S. Naval Academy

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — When Rory Smith arrives at the U.S. Naval Academy on June 30, he’ll bring just his phone, documents and the clothes on his back. “They put you in clothes, they take your clothes and your phone and lock them somewhere. You’re a new person,” said Rory, …

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AW Community Supports 11-Year-Old With Rare Cancer

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — When 11-year-old Emily Scholz started having vision and balance problems, her mom thought it was just due to a growth spurt. “She’s grown 4 inches in the past year. I figured she was just like a puppy growing into that extra body,” said Sarah Carnes. What …

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Scouts, Mayor Debut Chess Board At Conrad Park

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — As with every Scout project, last week’s inaugural game of chess was a team effort. As he maneuvered the 2-foot-tall white pawns, Waterville Mayor Tim Pedro willingly took advice from Scout Troop 101 members Corbin Fitzpatrick and Jake Metzger, co-creators of a new space at Conrad …

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