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CycleWerks Keeps Customers On Two Wheels – At A Safe Distance

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — As Jon Hoag pulled up to the Stallion Circle home in his CycleWerks Jeep, Ashtyn, Colton and Tinley Seiwart squinted from the driveway and watched him unload three bikes – two new and one refurbished.  “Ashtyn just learned how to ride without training wheels,” explained her …

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Community Answers Call To Donate Food

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and several of their family members collected canned goods and other items on March 24 to help those in need during this health crisis. Boy Scout and Cub Scout Troop and Packs 103, 104 and 199 worked in conjunction with Maumee …

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AW Municipalities Adapt, Prepare For Belt-Tightening

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Wearing a mask and gloves, Allan Baer attempts to answer the phone, put on his reading classes and drink coffee. Baer, the deputy chief of the Whitehouse Police Department, stars in the first of a series of public service videos posted on the department’s Facebook page.  …

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Church Leaders Find New Ways To Connect During Health Crisis

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — As Christians celebrate Holy Week and Easter, one of the most spiritual times in the calendar year, the local church community has found new ways to connect to members amid a COVID-19 pandemic that stipulates social distancing and an end to large gatherings. Many houses …

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