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Maumee Police And Citizens Recognized For Their Service

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — The Maumee Police Division’s annual awards banquet returned on May 3 after a short hiatus because of COVID-19.  Officers and several members of the community were honored for both the 2020 and 2021 awards they received. Chief Josh Sprow congratulated the award winners and thanked …

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Laura’s Framing Place Protects Heirlooms And Art

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Laura’s Framing Place & Gallery at the Colonial Village Shopping Center off of Heatherdowns Boulevard allows customers the chance to protect and preserve their treasured artwork and family photos. Upon walking into the shop, customers are greeted by owner Laura Osborne and her dog, Tory. …

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AW Community Supports 11-Year-Old With Rare Cancer

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — When 11-year-old Emily Scholz started having vision and balance problems, her mom thought it was just due to a growth spurt. “She’s grown 4 inches in the past year. I figured she was just like a puppy growing into that extra body,” said Sarah Carnes. What …

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Nurses Appreciation Week Celebrates An Essential Vocation

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Around the world, very few individuals and industries have escaped from the COVID-19 pandemic unscathed. Nursing, in particular, has faced the pandemic’s effects. The field of nursing has had a reckoning, with nurses in hospitals, long-term care facilities and home care sometimes facing long hours, …

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St. Joseph’s Prays It Forward For The Community

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — The parishioners at St. Joseph’s Catholic Parish in Maumee have been “praying it forward” for the past several weeks. As part of their Lenten mission, parishioners were encouraged to choose a paper cross hung on the wall in the family life center. On the nearly …

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Cattle At Oak Openings To Help With Land Management

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Before the mid-1800s, large herbivores like elk and bison grazed what is now the Oak Openings Region, munching on native plants. Soon, visitors along Oak Openings Parkway will see a variety of cattle – including Black Angus, Beefmaster and Jersey cows – munching on the grass …

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Heavy Wheelhouse Brewery To Open In Oak Openings

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Adult summer camp. That’s the aura of the Heavy Wheelhouse, a brewery set to open in Oak Openings within the next month. Nestled into the Beach Ridge Area of the Metro-park, near the Cannaley Treehouse Village and a biking skills course, the Wheelhouse is adorned with …

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