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Cleanup And Road Repair Underway Along River Road

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — It will likely be months before River Road is restored to traffic, according to City Service Director Joe Camp. Until then, the road will remain closed from Side Cut Metropark to Jerome Road while crews from the city and state work to get it repaired. …

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Combat Medic Stacie Phillips Honored By Whitehouse Mayor

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Sgt. Stacie Phillips, a combat medic in the U.S. Army Reserves, returned from Iraq last month to a warm welcome from her family, friends and Whitehouse Mayor Don Atkinson. During the March 5 Whitehouse Village Council meeting, Atkinson recognized Stacie, a Whitehouse resident and 2007 Anthony …

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Jim MacDonald To Receive Outstanding Maumee Citizen Award

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Former Maumee Police Chief Jim MacDonald has been named the city’s 2018 Outstanding Citizen. He will receive his award on Thursday, March 7 during the 44th annual Hometown Hero Award Banquet. “It’s very humbling for me,” he said of the award. MacDonald joined the Maumee …

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Howard Teifke Remembered For Kindness, Commitment To Community

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Longtime Maumee resident, business owner, devoted member of the community and staunch Ohio State Buckeyes fan Howard Teifke passed away on February 15. He was 93. A graduate of The Ohio State University, Howard was recruited to play football – playing center for the team. …

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Maumee Police Officers Honored At Annual Awards Banquet

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Several men and women in blue were honored last week during the 27th annual Law Enforcement Apprecia-tion and Awards Banquet, which took place on February 6 at The Pinnacle in Maumee. In addition to police officers and their families on hand, several city staff, elected …

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