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Paramedic Cheryl Marty Retires After 40 Years

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — For more than 40 years, paramedic Cheryl Marty has provided TLC to patients suffering from medical ailments and injuries, but there’s one task she’s not yet accomplished. “I always wanted to deliver a baby. Maybe it will be today,” she laughed. “I want my stork’s pin.” …

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Matt Dick To Retire As Operations Director For AW Schools

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — From lights, cameras and action plans to building construction and renovations, Matt Dick’s role as operations director for Anthony Wayne Local Schools affects every one of the 4,400 students and hundreds of staff members – as well as the entire community. “It really is everything from …

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Dozens Of Uptown Maumee Trees Scheduled To Be Cut Down This Week

BY MIKE McCARTHY | MIRROR EDITOR — Dozens of trees in the uptown Maumee business district are scheduled to be cut down this week in preparation for the next phase of the Uptown Maumee Streetscape Improvements Project, which will include fully ADA-compliant sidewalks and a more thoughtful approach toward implementing and maintaining …

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MHS After Prom Committee Looking For Sponsors, Volunteers

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee High School is planning After Prom for Saturday, April 29 at the Kalahari indoor waterpark and resort, but first, sponsorships are needed to help the event run smoothly. According to Jennifer Campos, an MHS After Prom Committee parent volunteer, sponsors help offset the costs …

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Anthony Wayne Trail Improvement Project Begins Next Week In Maumee

BY MIKE McCARTHY | MIRROR EDITOR — The long-anticipated Anthony Wayne Trail improvement project will begin in earnest next week as the spring construction season begins in Maumee. The two-year project will consist of resurfacing the Anthony Wayne Trail (US 24) between Monclova Road and Detroit Avenue within Maumee city limits.  The …

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