Feb 262015
 
Jim Jones To Be Honored As Maumee’s Outstanding Citizen

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Jim Jones has held many titles. Among them are husband, father, teacher, football coach, golf coach, principal, athletic director, doctor, college professor, assistant superintendent, superintendent, community activist, church volunteer and World War II veteran. And now Jim can add the title of Maumee’s 2014 Outstanding Citizen to that . . . Read More

Feb 262015
 
Maumee Police Division Holds Annual Awards Banquet

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Maumee Mayor Richard Carr wants members of the Maumee Police Division to know that the community respects and appreciates the job that they do every day. In light of the anti-police protests that took place earlier this year in cities across the country, Carr made it a point . . . Read More

Feb 262015
 
MHS Senior Nathan Hutchins Earns Rank Of Eagle Scout

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Nathan Hutchins, a senior at Maumee High School, has earned the rank of Eagle Scout. The 18-year-old received the award during a Court of Honor ceremony on December 13 at Maumee United Methodist Church, where he has been a member of Troop 199 since sixth grade. Prior to . . . Read More

Feb 132015
 
Patrolman Loren Boos Named 2014 Officer Of The Year

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — Last year, the Maumee Police Division arrested 120 people for impaired driving – nearly double the number of arrests made in 2013. Among those OVI arrests, or operating a vehicle impaired, Maumee police officer Loren Boos is responsible for 23, the highest number of OVI arrests made by . . . Read More

Feb 062015
 
First Major Snowstorm Wallops Area With Foot Of Snow

BY NANCY GAGNET | MIRROR REPORTER — People in Northwest Ohio kept busy last weekend, digging out of a storm that covered the area with nearly 12 inches of fresh fallen snow. As fast as the Seattle Seahawks made what has been dubbed the worst call in Super Bowl history – giving the New England . . . Read More

Feb 062015
 
MHS Recognizes Distinguished Athletes, Alumni And Contributors

BY KYLE DUDLEY | MIRROR SPORTS — Maumee High School celebrated past athletes, alumni and contributors last Friday during halftime of the boys varsity basketball game against Northview. The MHS athletic hall of fame welcomed Jeremy Carpenter and Michelle “Mikki” (Sutherland) Perri. Carpenter was a two-time first-team all-Northern Lakes League lineman on the football field . . . Read More