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Fire Chiefs Honored For Creating Waterville-Whitehouse Co-Op

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Like many volunteer fire departments nationwide, Waterville and Whitehouse in 2018 faced a challenge: Call volume was growing, but the number of volunteers available – especially during work hours and overnight – was dwindling.  So the village and city teamed up with Waterville Township to pay …

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Three AW Siblings Hike 400-Mile Pilgrimage In Spain

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — For many, walking the 400-mile, 1,000-year-old pilgrimage route between Pamplona and Santiago de Compostela in Spain is a spiritual journey, a lifelong goal, a fitness challenge or all three. For AW grads and siblings Laura Kemp, Clif Vaughan and David Vaughan, the five-week adventure along the …

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The Ability Center Hopes To Protect Parents With Disabilities

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — The staff at The Ability Center is raising awareness for Ohio Senate Bill 202, an anti-discrimination bill to protect parents with disabilities. The bill, which is currently with the judiciary committee, would prevent disability from being used to deny or limit parental rights. Brittanie Maddox, …

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Undefeated Maumee High School Esports Heads To State

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — The winningest team this spring at Maumee High School does not run laps or lift weights, but it has moved on to the state championships. Esports – or electronic sports – is new to the school. The idea was brought forward in 2019, but the …

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Uptown Maumee Streetscape Improvements Project Begins

BY MIKE McCARTHY | MIRROR EDITOR — The $14 million Uptown Maumee Streetscape Improvements Project began in earnest this week as an excavation crew started tearing up sidewalks in the 300 block of Conant Street on Tuesday morning.  By Tuesday afternoon, large chunks of concrete had been removed from the entire eastern …

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Maumee Senior Cameron McMaster Earns Eagle Scout Rank

BY KRISTI FISH | MIRROR REPORTER — The rank of Eagle Scout can only be obtained after fulfilling several years’ worth of requirements, which is why it is considered an especially important honor for Cameron McMaster from Troop 199 in Maumee. Cameron, a senior at Maumee High School, started as a Cub …

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