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A Day Off For Students Brings Lessons For AW Teachers

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — When Dayna Ryan’s kindergarten students arrived in her Waterville Primary classroom last fall, each received a personalized 3D-printed nameplate to help them learn to spell their names. Now that an Ohio Department of Education and Workforce grant is paying for additional 3D printers, Ryan is looking …

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Maumee City Council Approves Entertainment Districts

BY MIKE McCARTHY | MIRROR EDITOR — The March 4 meeting of Maumee City Council opened on an inspiring note with the presentation of a mayoral proclamation declaring the month of March as Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in Maumee. Mayor Jim MacDonald presented the proclamation to Michele Myerholtz and Nabil Shaheen, representing …

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Bill Buri Named Outstanding Citizen In Maumee

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — When Bill Buri and his wife Lynn moved to Maumee three decades ago, they saw the large lawn behind their house, not as something to mow, but as something to grow. Soon, their space began filling in with more native plants and wildlife – from …

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Monclova Township Aims To Adopt Limited Home Rule

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — With 68 zoning certificates issued for new homes in 2023, Monclova Township is the fastest-growing community in the area – with homes being added to Stoney Creek, Rutherford, Williams Way and the newer plats of Blystone Valley in addition to homes built on acreage lots, according …

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Maumee City Council Rejects Proposed Agreement To Provide Regional Advanced Life Support Services

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Citing “too many unanswered questions and a myriad of ambiguous language,” Maumee City Council has voted against accepting a proposed agreement from Lucas County to provide countywide Advanced Life Support (ALS) services. “The contract lacks clarity,” said Maumee Mayor Jim MacDonald. “Our law director feels that …

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