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Just under 12 hours left in the Best of …

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Just under 12 hours left in the Best of the Best competition

The deadline for voting in the Best of the Best competition is midnight tonight (Monday, August 31)! Online votes can be cast BY CLICKING HERE. Paper ballots can be turned in...

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Compassion and fun at Firelight Glow Run

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Compassion and fun at Firelight Glow Run

The inaugural Firelight Cross Country Glow Run was held on Saturday night, August 29, at Waterworks Park in Port Clinton. The run was a benefit for Lucas Gutman, a little...

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PCHS Leadership Council held team buildi…

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PCHS Leadership Council held team building activities

The entire staff and student body of Port Clinton High School spent a beautiful Friday afternoon involved in team building activities on August 21.  PCHS Leadership Council planned the event...

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$1,264,717 in federal funds to reduce nutrient loading into Lake Erie

The Great Lakes Commission (GLC), the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) have awarded a collection of Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) watershed grants that could help prevent future harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie. The awards are part of the Great Lakes Sediment and Nutrient Reduction Program (GLSNRP).


Lake Erie fishing report

Capt. Kendal Parsley on Drift Away Charters guided his party to this catch of walleye.

Lake Erie walleye fishing continues to be spotty. Trolling for walleye was producing some decent catches off of the west side of Pelee Island in 24 to 32 feet of water.  Walleye were biting north of Vermilion 7 to 10 miles from shore in 38 to 52 feet of water. Trolling was the preferred method for producing numbers of fish. The casters were catching some also in these areas.

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