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Coastline takes a beating

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Coastline takes a beating

Waves crash up onto the pier in Lakeside Chautauqua as debris shows were the water levels were previously. This photo was taken around 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 3.

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Mayoral candidates: Mayor Vince Leone an…

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Mayoral candidates: Mayor Vince Leone and Hugh Wheeler Jr.

The inaugural Candidate Debate Night was held at the Elk’s Lodge in Port Clinton at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 1. Just under 150 people attended the event and WPCR...

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Steven Arndt Sworn in as State Represent…

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Steven Arndt Sworn in as State Representative of the 89th Ohio House District

Speaker of the Ohio House Clifford A. Rosenberger (R-Clarksville) today announced that Steven Arndt has been sworn in as state representative of the 89th House District.

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ICS gets new principal for a day

Principal for a day Marcella Brenner with ICS Principal Connie Snyder discusses the day’s activities.

Fifth grader Marcella Brenner didn’t waste any time in making a few changes as she accepted her new position on Wednesday as principal for a day of Immaculate Conception School. Marcella started by making Wednesday a “more than buck a jeans” day in which students could dress out of uniform for the school day in exchange for a donation to a chosen charity. The money raised that day will go to parish and school families that have recently found themselves victims of devastating house fires.


IC Preschool makes an igloo

Sixteen IC Preschoolers show off their igloo which is part of their winter learning unit.

With a hundreds of  hot glue sticks, over 400 empty plastic milk jugs, and a whole lot of love and determination 41 three and four year olds at Immaculate Conception Preschool built their very own igloo.  Preschool teachers Miss Mary Heschel and Miss Michelle Wojciechowski came up with the fun idea and made it a reality for their students.  


ICS students to take part in national reading celebration

Fourth graders Stefanie Jadwisiak and Jacob Weldon read in preparaton for the Coast to Coast event.

Students at Immaculate Conception School are preparing for a nationwide effort to Read the Most Coast to Coast on Friday, February 27. They are among hundreds of thousands of students who will join in this fourth-annual reading celebration. 

Read the Most Coast to Coast celebrates reading with a one-day event that encourages students to read as much as they can. Last school year, students set a new one-day record of 4,987,949 books read. Students will also complete Accelerated Reader™ Quizzes on the books they read. 

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