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Port Clinton’s perfect storm

I think Lauren Falcone from Poggemeyer Engineering may have said it best; this may be the coming of the “Perfect Storm”. For the business interests of downtown Port Clinton, so much has been happening in the last two months it is dizzying! First, City Council votes UNANIMOUSLY to allow the…
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Second marriages

People are living longer today. Many are remarrying to fully enjoy the second half of their lives. This being said, many estate problems can occur when no estate planning is completed prior to or after the marriage. This will be a two part series. The purpose of these articles is…
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Second place for General Excellence

I attended the Mid Atlantic Community Papers Association annual conference over the weekend in Harrisburg, PA. It was a great time and I learned a lot. I am happy to report that the Beacon won several awards: second place for General Excellence for community papers, first place for Website Community…
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Spring is here!

It is official! It’s spring! Today, Thursday, March 20, 2014, is the spring equinox. That means as the earth travels around the sun, spinning on its axis, the equator is centered on the sun, and daylight is equalized with nighttime. From now until the autumn equinox, the northern hemisphere will…
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Reifsnyder inducted into Ohio Kiwanis Hall of Fame

Congratulations to Vee Reifsnyder of Port Clinton who was inducted into the Ohio Kiwanis Hall of Fame this past weekend in Columbus. Vee was President of the Port Clinton Kiwanis Club from 1999-2000 and became very involved with the activities of the Ohio District of Kiwanis International. She was elected…
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Lenten fish fry begins Friday

The Port Clinton Knights of Columbus will begin their annual Lenten Fish Fries this Friday, March 7 from 5-7:30 p.m. and it continues each Friday during Lent. This year, the Knights are offering a new menu featuring ALL YOU CAN EAT meals for $8 for adults and $4 for children…
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What happens now?

When a person dies, one of the first questions to arise is “where does everything go?” Here is a quick overview of how assets pass at death. By Law Ohio statutes allow assets to be titled in such a way as to permit automatic transfer upon death with the presentation…
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