Sep 262014
 
MHS Wins The Goodwill Challenge

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee High School scored a big victory both on and off the field during last weekend’s football game. In addition to beating the Anthony Wayne Generals 48-23, MHS was named top school for donated goods during the Goodwill Pass It On Challenge, a community event that benefits Goodwill . . . Read More

Sep 262014
 
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Adds New Signs

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — It’s a sign of the times at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Maumee. A large, new, stainless steel sign in contemporary script was recently added to the parking lot side of the church, which faces Broadway; and a second sign, with matching script that lights at night, was . . . Read More

Sep 262014
 
City Council At Odds With Judge Over Court Cost

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Operating the Maumee Municipal Court takes a lot of money. With operating expenses projected to be $889,000 this year, Maumee City Council believes that it’s costing too much money and has asked Municipal Court Judge Gary Byers to reign in his spending. In March, the city’s $16.5 – . . . Read More

Sep 192014
 
New Branch Manager Tony Schafer  Assumes Duties At Maumee Library

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Computers and visuals were virtually non-existent in the library system when Tony Schafer began his career with the Toledo Lucas County Public Library in 1975. Today, the system has nearly 1,000 computers and a tremendous amount of technology at its disposal. “The library has accelerated with technology. We’re . . . Read More

Sep 122014
 
Kazmaier Stadium Scores Big With New LED Scoreboard

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — A new 23-by-26-foot LED scoreboard was unveiled at Maumee High School’s first home football game on September 5 at Kazmaier Stadium. A dedication ceremony took place between the first and second quarters in the game against Tiffin. Although the score at the time of the dedication was disappointing . . . Read More

Sep 122014
 
Fairfield Students Focus On Having Good Character Traits

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Being trustworthy, respectful, responsible, kind and fair are character traits that last a lifetime. Students at Fairfield Elementary will soon learn why having good character traits impacts every aspect of life in a positive way. “These are life skills that students need to know that will carry them . . . Read More