Thoughts from a veteran

I have been blessed to live in America and raise my family. I feel a compelling need to express my feelings to my fellow Americans. I was on the front cover of Life Magazine in the 1940s. I have been called a war hero, but that title belongs to my…
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Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office

I would like to bring to the community's attention how fortunate we are to have the outstanding leadership and service of the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office. While fishing with my son in early May the Sheriff’s Marine Patrol boat came very close to our boat and we encountered an unfortunate…
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Slow moving vehicles

Farming and fishing are in full swing in Ottawa County resulting in roads that are extra busy with heavy traffic. According to Ottawa County Soil and Water we have 683.5 miles of roadway 550 farmers, 95,000 acres farmed and countless fishing and boating workers and visitors. Now is the perfect…
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PC BPW 5K thank you

On behalf of Port Clinton BPW, we’d like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who made our first annual Super Hero 5K a huge success! Business and Professional Women support Ottawa County's adult women and graduating seniors who are attending college by giving scholarships twice a year.
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Immaculate Conception School says thank you

The students and staff of Immaculate Conception School have a lot to be thankful for and are truly counting their blessings. Because of the generosity of many people in the community, the school’s 30th annual Diamond Anniversary Auction was a huge success. The spirit of the event was full of…
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Parks and Rec is Economic Development

A runaway City Council train smacked Mayor Hugh Wheeler, and Councilman Gabe Below drove it. Council members slammed the brakes on Wheeler’s Parks and Recreation initiative. We have a runaway City Council that wants to dictate policy and they are using the city’s budget to do it.
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Thank You Ottawa County businesses and residents for making DD Awareness Month a success

People with developmental disabilities are more similar than different. Each year, during March, Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, the Ottawa County Board of Developmental Disabilities (OCBDD) encourages everyone to welcome people with developmental disabilities into their communities. Many new opportunities are emerging in this spirit throughout the state, including community-based employment…
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