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Keeping Our Girls Safe Provides Self-Defense Lessons

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Wearing workout clothes and smiles, JoAnn Norrington and her daughter Olivia practiced grabbing each other by the throat – and escaping by swiftly turning sideways and chopping an arm over the aggressor. The Whitehouse women were among 16 participants in an October 6 Keeping Our Girls …

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Maumee Antique Mall Showcases History, Vintage Items

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — For years, the Maumee Antique Mall has been a fixture on Reynolds Road.  Opened in 2004, the building was originally purchased by owner Bob Mix to expand the parking for the Maumee Sportsmall, but the space had great potential, and soon, more than 200 booths …

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Three New Businesses Open In Maumee MarketPlace Mall

BY MIKE McCARTHY | MIRROR EDITOR — Three new shops have joined three established businesses in the Maumee MarketPlace mall located at the corner of Reynolds Road and Dussel Drive in Maumee. The shopping center also includes Cornerstone Church and the Maumee Antique Mall. Following are brief profiles on each of the …

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Drug-Prevention Education In Maumee Schools Undergoes Revamp

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — A full revamp of drug-prevention education and programming is underway at Maumee City Schools. For several decades, universities and other organizations have examined the effectiveness of D.A.R.E., or the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program. The staff at Maumee schools and in the police department agreed …

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Bluhm And Associates Celebrates 45 Years Of Service

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Bluhm and Associates has been providing financial planning services to clients in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan for 45 years. A former police officer, Howard Bluhm was looking for a new way to help people in the community when he found his way into the …

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Time Capsule Reveals Life At AWHS In The Year 1997

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Angela Hurst Dixon and Erica Artiaga Klinger both remember the impact of the July 12, 1992 tornado that hit Anthony Wayne High School. “It lifted the roof off,” Dixon said of the F2 tornado. The two 1997 graduates recalled the construction that followed, and how the …

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