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Red Fern Inn at Rocky Point Winery

28-11-2015 Hits:319

Chris Redfern at Red Fern Inn at Rocky Point Winery. “Three years ago Kim and I walked through buildings in downtown Port Clinton, Catawba Island Township and Marblehead. People thought my...

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Snoochy Poochy

27-11-2015 Hits:197

Amanda Linton, left, and her daughter, Joey, out in front of the Snoochy Poochy. Amanda Linton, owner of Snoochy Poochy, has always worked with animals. Her mother owned a boarding kennel...

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Northern Exposure Gallery and Candle Co.

26-11-2015 Hits:437

Kelly and Billy Rigoni in their shop, Northern Exposure Gallery and Candle Co.Located in downtown Port Clinton, Northern Exposure Gallery and Candle Co. is owned and operated by Billy and...

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Small Business Saturday

Redskins’ season ends, already looking to 2016

These kids left it all on the field. Photos by Cari Rogers

In Ohio athletics, there is often a vast difference between a public school in a rural setting and a private school from a large metropolitan area. The public school teams generally try to develop the players that attend their school, while the private schools often have the ability to recruit the best middle school athletes from a wide area. Bishop Hartley is #1 in the region for a good reason and showed it Saturday night in a 58-25 win over the Port Clinton Redskins.


A real football player

Pictured here is R.C. Waters Elementary 1st Grade Student Charlie Hablitzel who was given the honor of running onto the field and picking up the kick-off tee in the first half of the game between the Cleveland Browns and Arizona Cardinals at First Energy Stadium in Cleveland on November.

When asked about the experience, Charlie said that "I felt like a real football player."


VFW hosts Danbury football banquet

Danbury football 1: Row 1, L to R: Nick Bossetti, Sportsmanship Award; Logan Kenley, Outstanding Lineman; and Justin Tibbels, Outstanding Back. Row 2, L to R: Danbury Athletic Director Drew Davie, Marblehead VFW Commander Bob Peroni and Danbury Football Coach Keith Mora.

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