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Maumee Schools Will Transition To A New Mask-Optional Policy

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — The mask mandate policy in Maumee City Schools is changing to a mask-optional status. There is an exception, however, for students with a COVID-19 exposure that occurs during the school day or at a school-related activity, in which case masks and testing will be required. …

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Uptown Trick-Or-Treating Set For Monday In Maumee

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Business owners in uptown Maumee will be in the Halloween spirit on Monday, October 25 as little ghosts and goblins take to the streets for the annual uptown treat-or-treating. The annual event, sponsored by the Maumee Uptown Business Association (MUBA), is a great way to …

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TARTA Passage Would Offer Accessible Routes To Family Members

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Lisa Justice would like the opportunity to stop by and visit her mother for occasional weekday visits, but the lack of public transportation is preventing her from doing that. Her mother, Joyce Nelms, is a resident of Monclova Township, and Justice is hopeful that things …

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Wakeman Ghosts Recount Gore Of Illness, Disease

BY KAREN GERHARDINGER | MIRROR REPORTER — Ghosts, vampires and zombies didn’t spook the residents of Waterville past. Typhoid fever, dysentery, malaria and Spanish flu were much scarier. On October 13, several teachers and physicians from Waterville’s past came to life to share just how treacherous life on the frontier could be, telling …

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Fairfield Students Go Gold For Children Fighting Cancer

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Fairfield Elementary is “going gold” to raise awareness for childhood cancer. As September marked Childhood Cancer Aware-ness Month, the children at Fairfield Elementary dedicated time to watch videos and talk about cancer, paying special attention to the children battling it.  On September 24, the students …

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