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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Bargain Hut Resale

Pictured L to R: Charlotte Striker-Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce, Jason Barton-Kashmer-Owner, Brandon Uher-Owner, Kelsey Bodnar-Employee, Jerry Britt-Owner and Valerie Winterfield-Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce.

Bargain Hut Resale would like to announce their official grand opening at 160 W. Water Street in downtown Oak Harbor. A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Friday August 22.

Bargain Hut Resale is owned by Brandon Uher, Jerry Britt and Jason Barton-Kashmer, and they buy, sell, and trade quality used items at affordable prices. They are currently open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., closed Sundays and Tuesdays. For more information about Bargain Hut Resale call 419-558-4171.

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Oak Harbor falls to Edison

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The Lady Rockets (JV and Varsity) fell to Edison Thursday evening.  The JV lost 20-25 and 21-25.  The Varsity lost in 4 9-25, 19-25, 25-20, 19-25.  

Jordyn Thorp and Rebekah Rayburn each had 6 kills and Ally Bloomer and Athena Eli contributed 5 kills apiece.  Athena Eli was 29 for 33 serve receiving while Faith Konieczny was 15 for 17.  Kasey Sundermeier had 9 assists.  

The Rockets have the weekend off and take on Huron at home on Tuesday, September 2; the JV start at 5 p.m.

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Rockets hope new-look offense will lift them to new heights

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Photo courtesy of Woodard Photography

After going 20-10 over a three-year span from 2010-12, the Oak Harbor Rockets regressed last season, finishing 5-5, but there are reasons to believe that Oak Harbor can bounce back this year. 

The team returns 14 starters and is led by a versatile group of 16 seniors that features a combination of strong, imposing lineman as athletes that are capable of making big plays. Head coach Mike May is hoping that the new offense he’s installed will allow his backs and receivers to get out into space and wreak havoc on the defense.

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