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Olympic hopeful J.D. Bergman to speak at…

30-01-2015 Hits:141 Sports  - avatar Yaneek Smith

Olympic hopeful J.D. Bergman to speak at OHHS on Feb. 7

Photo courtesy of facebook.com/jdbergmanusa. Twenty years of training and just under 20 months remaining.  That is the mindset Oak Harbor native J.D. Bergman is carrying with him as he continues his journey...

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Local students honored for their heroic …

29-01-2015 Hits:272 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Local students honored for their heroic efforts

Front row: Kathy Wright. Back row (L to R): Brendan Zeitzheim, Matthew Paeth, Darius Daniels, Adrian Hall, Skyler Cook. Kathy Wright, a Port Clinton resident who was lifted out of bed...

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Unemployment numbers drop, skilled trade…

29-01-2015 Hits:250 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Unemployment numbers drop, skilled trades gap increases

As another year begins, unemployment and job creation numbers for 2014 are coming out and things seem to be on the upswing. According to OhioMeansJobs.com, there are over 14,000 jobs...

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Senator Gardner Hosts Oak Harbor’s Micah Mensing at Statehouse

Gardner and Mensing on the Senate floor.

Oak Harbor High School senior Micah Mensing joined hundreds of FFA members throughout Ohio at a special legislative event at the Statehouse Wednesday.   Mensing, District 1 FFA President, was hosted by Ottawa County Senator Randy Gardner on a brief tour of the Statehouse and a visit to the Senate chambers.

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BCS seventh grade Students of the Month 

Sensational September students. Back row: Jordan Millinger, Stephan Reaper, Shelby Adkins, Jac Alexander, Sam Boss. Front row: Doug Johnson and Zack Fisher.

The seventh grade team at Oak Harbor Middle School has nominated several students as Sensational September Students. 

Stephen Reaper was nominated by Mr. McKitrick. “Stephen has started off the school year with the energy and willingness to participate in math class. Stephen’s actions have made a loud announcement of his intentions to succeed this school year. Keep it up,” said Mr. McKitrick.

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Oak Harbor falls to Edison late, 14-7

In a defensive struggle, one or two plays can make or break a game.

With the game tied at 7 late in the fourth quarter, two runs that netted 77 yards set Edison up for the winning score, a three-yard run by Owen Moyer with 2:15 remaining that gave the Chargers a 14-7 victory over Oak Harbor last week.

The first big run, a 50-yarder by Moyer, was followed by a 27-yard dash by quarterback Keegan Hall that gave Edison a first-and-goal at the 3-yard-line.

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