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Home Of The Brave Is Taking Shape In Waterville

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — The drywall is up inside, and the exterior finishes of stone and siding are installed, but the best is yet to come, promises builder Doug Howard. The sign outside 1730 Henline Way in Waterville’s Farnsworth Village an-nounces the “Home of the Brave” – a home being …

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Maumee Council Approves Deal That Will Result In A New House Uptown

BY MIKE McCARTHY | MIRROR EDITOR — Maumee City Council breezed through a light agenda at its March 6 meeting. The meeting opened with a proclamation from Mayor Richard Carr recognizing March as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in the city of Maumee. Maumee City Council member Scott Noonan presented the mayoral proclamation …

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St. Joseph’s Students Bring The Wizard Of Oz To Maumee

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Ninety students at St. Joseph’s Catholic School will help stage this year’s production of The Wizard of Oz at the Maumee Indoor Theater. Three performances are scheduled for Friday, March 31 at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m.; and Sunday, April 2 at …

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Ten AW DECA Students Qualify For International Competition

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Ten Penta Career Center-Anthony Wayne High School students are heading to Orlando next month to compete in the DECA International Career Development Conference – after placing among the top five finishers in their categories during the March 10-11 state competition. “The students face probably more than …

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Staying Active, Interested Keeps Doris Stone Going At 100

BY KAREN |GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Doris Stone jokes that she’s lived to 100 because God isn’t ready for her yet, but she shares one reason for her longevity: staying active in life and having a glass of chardonnay each day. “Be interested. Stay interested. Don’t just sit around. That’s the worst …

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Retired Toledo Firefighter Celebrates 100th Birthday

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Glancing outside the sunroom window at snow flurries, Norm Hurlburt told the story of when he was born at home, in Toledo’s Lenk’s Hill neighborhood, on March 22, 1923. “The day I was born, there was quite a snowstorm, but my dad got the doctor there,” …

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Council Hears From Residents Regarding Non-Owner-Occupied Ordinance

BY MIKE McCARTHY | MIRROR EDITOR— The February 20 meeting of Maumee City Council opened with several residents speaking out against the non-owner-occupied residential property ordinance that the city is considering. Later in the meeting, city council authorized the creation of two new positions in the city, the purchase of new equipment, …

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