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DEWESoft Breaks Ground On Whitehouse Expansion

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — When finished next year, the two-story orange and gray building will undoubtedly be the most modern building in Whitehouse. DEWESoft, the North American branch of a worldwide data acquisition company, held a groundbreaking ceremony on August 17 to more than triple its headquarters at 10730 Logan …

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Ashley Kunesh Joins AW Schools As Resource Officer

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — As a member of the Whitehouse Police Department, Ashley Kunesh has met local parents and students while working at home football games – where the energy and excitement are palpable. Now, as the newly hired school resource officer, Kunesh said she’s looking forward to connecting with …

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Six Browning Veterans Thanked With DreamFlights

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Gar Suitor spent a lot of time aboard airplanes during his 10 years in the Air Force, but his ride aboard a restored World War II Boeing Stearman biplane last week was a first for the Vietnam War veteran. “I would do it again in a …

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The Maumee Senior Center Expands Activities

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — The Maumee Senior Center is preparing for several more events this year – with many on the calendar for September. Fundraisers are a popular event on the MSC calendar, allowing the center to raise money for services while providing members with the chance to socialize. …

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AW Schools Welcomes New Staff Members

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — As Anthony Wayne Local Schools gears up for its Thursday, August 18 first day of school, several new hires were approved during the August 8 school board meeting. Justin Reckner and Jordan Lee were hired to replace outgoing math teachers Amanda Cutway and Michelle Klear at …

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CCS Readies School Backpacks For Local Children

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — Lucas County Children Services collected money and school supply donations at Appliance Center in Maumee on July 27, partnering with Buckeye Broadband in hopes of filling backpacks for the new school year. Area residents dropped off much-needed supplies for LCCS-affiliated children in grades K through …

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