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PCYC holds service for soldiers who died…

27-05-2015 Hits:92

PCYC holds service for soldiers who died at sea

The Past Commodores of Port Clinton Yacht Club remove their caps as Rev. Bob Butcher reads the prayer, with John Fritz and Bert Fall alongside, for the soldiers and sailors...

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Ottawa County Senior Resources Hall of F…

26-05-2015 Hits:121

Ottawa County Senior Resources Hall of Fame Awards

PHOTO L to R: Commissioner Jim Sass, Hall of Fame Inductees: Robert Skilliter, David Gundlack, Shirley Hensel, Shirley Lacumsky, Patricia Burrell, Ron Fastkie and Commissioner President  JoEllen RegalOttawa County Senior...

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No rain on the parade in 35 years

25-05-2015 Hits:366

No rain on the parade in 35 years

On Saturday, May 23, the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s Grande Parade was held on the streets of downtown Port Clinton during the Main Street Port Clinton Walleye Festival. “In the 35 years...

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Rathbun's 3-pointer at the buzzer wins it for the Rockets

After defeating Edison in close fashion last week, the Rockets did themselves one better this time around, beating Huron, 45-42, on a buzzer beater by sophomore center Maddy Rathbun.

Following a three-pointer by the Tigers' Audra Wisehart that tied the score at 42 with three seconds to play, Oak Harbor drew up a play that was designed to go to forward Andrea Cecil. The ball was inbounded to Rathbun, but the Huron defender came off her to double Cecil, leaving Rathbun open for the shot, which she made as time expired.

It was the culmination of a back-and-forth game, one that saw the Tigers rally after trailing until the 30-second mark of the third quarter.

The Rockets controlled things early, taking a 13-4 lead after the first quarter before heading into the half with a 21-14 advantage.

With Oak Harbor (3-2, 2-1 SBC) ahead 35-27, Huron went on an 11-0 run to take 38-35 lead early in the fourth quarter. 

After a basket by Emma Barney and a Tiger free throw gave Huron a 39-37 advantage, Cecil took over, scoring five straight points. She had a steal that led to a layup and a free throw to give the Rockets the lead, and two more free throws put her team ahead 42-39 with three minutes to play before Wisehart tied it up.

Oak Harbor's balanced scoring attack featured three players in double figures. Rathbun led the way with 13 points, followed by Barney (12) and Cecil (11).

The Rocket defense was key, allowing just six points in the final quarter after the Tigers had scored 22 in the third quarter.

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Ribbon cutting ceremony for Blast Off Nutrition

Blast Off Nutrition would like to announce their one year anniversary event at 156 W. Water Street in downtown Oak Harbor. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on Tuesday, December 16, at 10 a.m. 

Blast Off Nutrition is owned by Brian & Kattie Richards and they offer healthy meal options, nutrition plan coaching and free fit camps. They are currently open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Blast Off Nutrition can be reached at 419-340-1762.

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A Season of Joy and Giving

On December 4, Mr. Nick Lance of the Free and Accepted Masons of Ohio; Brainard Lodge 336 (Fremont) presented B-C-S Schools Treasurer Timothy Coffman and Oak Harbor High School Principal Cheryl Schell with a donation of $650 to benefit needy students at the high school.  

Mr. Lance also serves as a teacher at Oak Harbor High School.  Freemasonry is a fraternal organization that provides opportunities for members to contribute to the improvement of their community.

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