Port Clinton hosts Gipe Relays

L to R: Thomas Keville, Alaina Schultz, Avery Dackermann, McKenzie Pluto, Kyle Schultz. Back row: PCHS diving coach Rob Zajac. Port Clinton boys and girls divers took first place at the Ken Gipe Relays.

On Saturday, Feb. 6, Port Clinton High School hosted the annual Ken Gipe Relays. Results are listed below:

Girls’ team scores
Fremont Ross (FRO-OH) 68
Port Clinton (PTC-OH) 62
Colonel Crawford (NRCC) 60
Notre Dame Academy (NDA-OH) 44
Oak Harbor High School (OHA-OH) 32
Sandusky High School (SAN-OH) 20
Upper Sandusky (USA-OH) 18
Norwalk (NOR-OH) 18
Huron High School (HUR-OH) 10
Tiffin Columbian (TCO-OH) 10

Boys’ team scores
Fremont Ross (FRO-OH) 86
Upper Sandusky (USA-OH) 38
Colonel Crawford (NRCC) 36
Oak Harbor High School (OHA-OH) 36
Port Clinton High School (PTC-OH) 28
St. John’s Jesuit High School Academy (SJJ-OH) 22
Sandusky High School (SAN-OH) 18
Norwalk (NOR-OH) 18
Huron High School (HUR-OH) 12
Tiffin Columbian (TCO-OH) 12


Village of Oak Harbor water issue

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the following for their efforts during the recent water situation in the Village of Oak Harbor. First and foremost, the staff at the Village, every department performed exceptionally well in a time of uncertainty of the water situation, worked the problem and responded without fail. I am truly proud of all of them and their efforts. The Ottawa County Sanitary Engineering Department for their help in the field and at the Regional Water Treatment Plant, the Ohio EPA staff for their communication, guidance and support throughout the crisis, the Ottawa County EMA for their efforts of notification to our residents, Mayor Joe Helle and Sheriff Steve Levorchick for obtaining bottled water and delivering it to our elder citizens in assisted living complexes. Ottawa County Building Services and the Ottawa County Health Department for their support throughout the situation, the City of Port Clinton and their staff and the many communities and municipalities across the area that offered manpower, support or technical assistance. It is a privilege to work with all of you.


RC Waters Elementary Kindergarten registration and screening

Benton-Carroll-Salem School District will hold kindergarten registration and screening on April 18, 19 and 20 at RC Waters Elementary. In order to be eligible for kindergarten, a child must be 5 years old by Sept. 30. All kindergarten students should be screened and registered to begin the school year. Parents and guardians should call the elementary school at 419-898-6219 to schedule an appointment.

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