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Toledo Humane Society Closed To Public, But Foster Families Needed

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, even the animals at the Toledo Humane Society have had to make adjustments. Although the organization falls under the “essential business” category, which allows them to remain open, operations have been scaled back significantly, said marketing director Abbey Hall. “As the …

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Bauer Lawn Maintenance Marks 40th Anniversary

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — As soon as Craig Bauer was old enough to drive, he bought two mowers and started his own business – Bauer Lawn Maintenance (BLM). This year, Craig is marking his 40th year of providing lawn care to the Anthony Wayne area and beyond. “My dad (Duane …

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School, Churches, Community Team Up To Feed Area Kids

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Dustin Schmidt, associate pastor of Waterville Community Church, and Brian Billings, an Anthony Wayne Local Schools administrator and member of the church, maneuvered around one another at a safe distance, while filling plastic bags with protein bars, applesauce, juice, soup and crackers. Every Friday, volunteers fill …

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Whitehouse Zaps COVID-19 With UV-C Light

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — The bright blue perp sitting in the back of the Whitehouse police car is a real killer – of germs, that is. Sitting at about a foot tall, the UV-C light is one of the newest tools that the Whitehouse Fire Department is using to kill …

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JD’s Drive Thru Makes Quick Purchases Easy And Safe

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — For those who need to purchase something quick without leaving the safety of their vehicle, JD’s Drive Thru is the perfect solution. “When you come here, you don’t have to touch a door handle. We can place items directly into the car,” said John Dubler, …

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