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Some Of This Week’s Headlines:

Maumee Headlines:

Maumee City Council Hears Zoning Report

Maumee School District, Teachers Union Reach New Three-Year Labor Agreement

Wolcott Guild Hosts Civil War Re-Enactor’s Lecture

Main Library Hosts Workshops

MHS Dancers Perform High-Energy Routines At Halftime

Maumee Rotary Names St. John’s Seniors As Students Of The Month

Local Boy Scout Collects Items  For Homeless Military Veterans

Romance Your Sweetheart With A Valentine’s Day Destination

Anthony Wayne Edition:

Waterville Post Office Clerk Bids Farewell After 31 Years

3rd Street Blooms To Open In Waterville On Monday, February 8

4-H Members Hone Skills, Gain Lifelong Friendships

Past PALS President Pleads Guilty To Theft; Returns Money

First Northwest State Intern Welcomed By Whitehouse Police

Waterville City Council Members Continue Discussion On Street Trees

AW Senior Allison Ulrich Has Story Published In Book

Sports Section:

AW Hockey Team Cruises Past Maumee

Anthony Wayne Drops Double-OT Heartbreaker To Perrysburg

AW Boys Top City League’s Start, 57-49

Strong Second Half Propels Springfield Girls Past Maumee, 54-36

Logan Danzeisen Leads Timberstone Eighth-Graders Over Gateway, 57-40

Timberstone Wolves Pull Off Comeback Victory At Gateway

Deep Springfield Girls JV Bench Downs Maumee

Maumee Bowlers Fall To Napoleon, Springfield

Maumee High School Wrestling Team  Goes 2-2 At Szymczak Duals

Super Bowl Prediction, College Recruiting, Hall Of Fame Congrats

Perrysburg Overpowers AW Girls Basketball Team, 49-41

Late Push Gives AW JV Victory Over Nothview

AW Frosh Girls Come Up Short Against Perrysburg, Napoleon

AWJH Boys Hoops Teams Win Against BG And Arbor Hills

Sandusky Defeats AW  In Dual Swim Meet

AW Wrestlers Knocked Out Of State Duals

AW Junior High Wrestlers Win NLL Championship

Generals Bowling Team Gets Much-Needed Victory On The Lanes

Undefeated AW JV Boys Top Perrysburg, Start

Seventh-Grade AW Girls Rout Bowling Green

Lady Bowlers Fall To BG, Napoleon Despite Consistent Effort On The Alley