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Egret tree

04-08-2015 Hits:117

Egret tree

Egrets sitting in the trees along Salem Carroll Rd. in Oak Harbor close to sunset.

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Fishing on the up side

02-08-2015 Hits:177

Fishing on the up side

Doug and Lori Brown owners/partners at Channel Grove Marina with daughter Morgan Brown and friend Joe Strippoli caught these Walleye with Capt. Erik Bosley on Eye Hunter II.The 2015 Lake...

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Special meeting pulls 6-1 vote for ballo…

31-07-2015 Hits:384

Special meeting pulls 6-1 vote for ballot ordinance

On Thursday, July 30, Port Clinton City Council held a special meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers. The meeting was held especially for council to discuss the second...

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Experience Oak Harbor

On June 27, in conjunction with the downtown farmers’ market, the Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce will be holding their first Experience Oak Harbor Day. Businesses in the village have been encouraged to have sidewalk sales, run specials and showcase what they have to offer. Out of town businesses also have the opportunity to showcase their goods and services on Main Street near the farmers’ market.

For more information on this event, contact the Oak Harbor Chamber of Commerce at 419-898-0479.


Bats! Spot it at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge

Shaylin Hatch, University of Akron researcher holds a big brown bat ready for measuring.

The southwestern shore of Lake Erie is one of the best places in the country to experience bird migration.  It’s a major “stopover” or “rest stop” for migrating birds.
What about other migratory animals?


Mallory, Weis, Sievert, Rocket relays advance to state

Oak Harbor's boys and girls track teams had good showings at the Division II Regional Track Meet in Lexington last weekend, finishing sixth and seventh, respectively, advancing two individuals and two relays teams to the state meet.

The Rocket boys finished with 25 points, well behind Eastwood, who won its third consecutive regional title with 65 points. The girls, meanwhile, ended up with 30.5 points and Liberty-Benton won going away with 65.

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