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Sea hawks are making a comeback in Ottaw…

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Sea hawks are making a comeback in Ottawa County

A female Osprey getting banded at ONWR. By Heidi Hughes, Ottawa National Wildlife RefugePhotos by Heidi HughesNot the football team.  We’re talking about real, live fish eating birds of prey: Ospreys.

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Live art continues at the GPCAAC Art Wal…

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Live art continues at the GPCAAC Art Walk

On Thursday, July 23, the Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council held another Art Walk in downtown Port Clinton. The weather was perfect for strolling the streets and seeing art...

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Perch season upon us

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Perch season upon us

Capt Erik Bosley on Eye Hunter 2 guided his party to this walleye catch over the weekend.Time to dust off the perch rods and get out on Lake Erie and...

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B-C-S staff honored at board meeting


Pictured left to right is Superintendent Guy Parmigian with 2014-2015 B-C-S retirees: Kathy Fox, Pat Wittman, Kristine White, Barb Rodenhauser, Joyce Lenz, Marie Wittman, Carol Jensen, Karen Gruber, Ginger Stayancho, Shawna Bechtel, Judy Moenter, Becky Renner, Judy Peters and Deborah Triana.

The Benton-Carroll-Salem Board of Education met for its regular business meeting on May 26. The Board of Education opened the meeting with Dr. Guy Parmigian thanking and appreciating staff who retired during the school year.  Each retiree was presented with a plant from the Board of Education to acknowledge the fact that they helped to grow and develop young people during their careers at B-C-S.


R.C. Waters Elementary hosts 2015 Art Show

R.C. Waters Elementary School in Oak Harbor hosted its annual art show on May 21.  The art show featured the art work of both students and school staff members. The art show drew large crowds who enjoyed viewing and discussing the artistic talents of R.C. Waters. 

The show was organized by Art teacher, Mrs. Amber Hamilton.


Mallory, Sievert, Rocket relays all reach the podium

Getting to the state tournament is hard enough, but nearing winning a championship and reaching the podium is a whole other accomplishment.

Port Clinton junior Morrisa Mallory nearly won the Division II title in the shot put, finishing with a throw of 43 feet, 2.5 inches, less than a foot behind the winner, Garrettsville Garfield’s Edith Svonavec (44-01.25). She also placed in the discus, finishing seventh with a toss of 126-04. Her effort alone notched 10 points for the club, helping the Redskins to finish with 10 points, good for 20th in Div. II.

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