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Some Of This Week’s Headlines:

Maumee Edition:

Judge Byers Issues Court Order Requiring The City To Provide Funding According To His Specifications

Maumee Police OVI Checkpoint Stops Result In Multiple Driver Violations

St. John’s Jesuit Students Complete Summer Christian Service Trips

50th Anniversary Celebration Planned By Penta Career Center

Lourdes Students Strengthen Leadership While Assisting Incoming Freshmen

Penta Career Center Seeks Applicants For Outstanding Alumni Awards

Anthony Wayne High School Class Of 1955 Enjoys 60th Reunion At The Whitehouse Inn

St. Joseph’s Class Of 1966 Seeks Classmates For Reunion

Perrysburg Academy Dancers Perform At Cedar Point

This Weekend Marks Last For Uptown’s Food Truck Fridays

Streets Committee Denies Additional Road Work Request

Council, Court Disagree On Spending

Tip Submit Phone App Offers Modern, Anonymous Way To Report Crime

Report Indicates More Needed Before A School District Capital Campaign

Kingston’s Dr. Stacey Hoffman Earns Board Certification

Copper Moon Studio Showcases Boundless Creativity

Anthony Wayne Edition:

Waterville Fire Department Receives $11,143 Grant

Board Of Elections Dismisses Protest To Jim Valtin’s Candidacy

Anthony Wayne Link Crew Greets Class of 2019

Whitehouse Asks Waterville For Quote On Purchasing Water

Monclova Trustees Approve Agenda Items, Set Upcoming Hearings

Toledo Mayor Offers Whitehouse Discount On Water Rates

Sports:

Maumee Football Team Young But Talented In 2015

MHS Girls Tennis Falls To Wauseon

Anthony Wayne High School Girls Golf Team Defeats BG, Southview

AW Golfers Finish 12th At Sylvania Invitational

New Runners Spur AW’s Cross Country Goals

St. Ursula High School Girls Blast Maumee, 9-1

Maumee Golf Team Stays The Course

Anthony Wayne Boys Soccer Team Splits Opening Weekend Games

AW Girls Open Season With Shutout Over Mentor

AW Drops Three-Set Volleyball Match To St. Ursula

Anthony Wayne Girls Net Win At Napoleon Invite

AW Lady Harriers Ready For 2015

St. John’s Jesuit Recognized By Ohio House Of Representatives

Friday Night Lights Evoke Special Memories Of Yesteryear

Maumee’s Boys Cross Country Team Has High Expectations For 2015