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Maumee Paramedics Honored For Heroism

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — A few minutes can be the difference between life and death, and two Maumee first responders have now been honored for providing critical action in those few minutes. In November 2021, Maumee Fire & EMS Capt. and paramedic Dan Williams and Maumee firefighter/paramedic Ron Wedge …

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Maumee Church Helps Families With Thanksgiving Dinner

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Fifty families received a full Thanksgiving meal this year from the First Pres of Maumee congregation. Through a partnership with Mosaic Ministries, the church packed bags full of foods needed to prepare a Thanksgiving dinner. Each bag included canned vegetables, boxed potato dishes, stuffing mix, …

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Under One Roof Food Pantry Sees Increased Need

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — It’s the season of giving; and schools, businesses and individuals are doing the best they can to support their community, but at places like Under One Roof Food Pantry, the giving season never ends. Under One Roof Food Pantry is a collaborative effort between Maumee …

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Maumee Resident Ida Thacker Turns 100

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Ida Thacker was born in Marion, grew up in Fostoria and lived in several cities around Ohio before settling in Maumee with her husband and children, where she has lived for more than 70 years. On November 10, she was able to celebrate her 100th …

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Maumee Residents Seek Solutions To Water Billing Problems

BY MIKE McCARTHY | MIRROR EDITOR — The issue of the city of Maumee’s utility billing problems was the primary topic of the night during the October 17 meeting of Maumee City Council. Thirty-two residents attended the meeting, and eight individuals publicly addressed the mayor and city council about their concerns regarding …

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Veterans Recognized By Wayne Trail Elementary

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Wayne Trail Elementary fourth- and fifth-graders had the opportunity to honor the veterans in their lives with a ceremony on Veterans Day. The students and their family members walked from the elementary school to the Performing Arts Center at MHS, where they were treated to …

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Monclova Veterans’ Names Added To Memorial Park Wall

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Earl Alfred Evanoff, Frank August Kohn and Robert Lee Weisenberger never made it home. The Monclova Township residents served during World War II and were killed in action. On Veterans Day, plaques honoring the three men were dedicated during a small ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park. …

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