Overmyer receives alumni award from Ohio State CFAES

L to R: Dr. Terry Niblack, acting associate dean of The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences(CFAES); Ronald Overmyer, CFAES alumni award recipient; and Cyndi Brill of the CFAES Alumni Board. Congratulations to Ronald Overmyer, recipient of a 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award from The Ohio State…
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Oak Harbor Athletic Booster Club’s Reverse Raffle

The Oak Harbor Athletic Booster Club's 29th annual Reverse Raffle is scheduled for Saturday, April 8, at the Community Market VFW Hall. Doors open at 5 p.m. with dinner at 6 p.m. Reverse raffle tickets cost $75 each and include a dinner. A limited number of additional meal ticket are…
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PC Fullbackers Wild Game Feed

On March 25 the PC Fullbackers are holding their fifth annual Wild Game Feed. All of the proceeds from the event will go to the Port Clinton Football Program. Tickets are $40 and include free food. Beverages and wine are available for purchase. Doors for the event open at 4…
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Did you serve at Camp Lejeune?

Effective March 14, 2017, the final rule providing presumptive service connection for certain diseases associated with contaminants in the water supply at Camp Lejeune takes effect. This rule establishes presumptive service connection for former service members, to include veterans, reservists and National Guard members who served at least 30 days…
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Historical Society donates to local schools

Paul W. Moon, President of the Ottawa County Historical Society, presents a copy of the Society's book, History of Ottawa County, The 1st 175 Years, to Guy Parmigian, Superintendent of Benton-Carroll-Salem Schools. Public schools throughout Ottawa County now have a new opportunity for students to learn about local history. Thanks…
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Krupp honored on new fire truck

The Port Clinton Fire Department recently purchased a new fire truck and the truck was named after the longest serving fireman on the squad, Thomas J. Krupp. Krupp has served on the department for 50 years.
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