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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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Bus Drivers And Custodial Subs Needed In Maumee District

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — If you have a knack for cleaning or driving a school bus and could use some extra money, Maumee City Schools would love to talk to you. The district is in urgent need of substitutes, especially in the custodial services and transportation departments – and …

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Holiday Hustle 5K Returns On A New Day This Year

The Holiday Hustle 5K Run/Walk returns to uptown Maumee on a new day this year.  For years, the Holiday Hustle has taken place on the Saturday evening of Thanksgiving; but this year, the event is on Sunday, November 28. “Following the 2019 race, Maumee Senior Center representatives, Maumee Uptown Business …

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Former Police Lieutenant, Court Bailiff Mike Noble Passes Away

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee lost a friend with the passing of Mike Noble, a retired Maumee police lieutenant, former court bailiff and active community member. Noble died on November 3 in hospice care at Cleveland Clinic at age 65 following a series of significant health battles, including Crohn’s …

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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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