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Legislation passed to keep Asian Carp ou…

20-12-2014 Hits:177 Ottawa Outdoors  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Legislation passed to keep Asian Carp out of Great Lakes

U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) cosponsored legislation to help keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes. The Guarding Our Great Lakes Act would prescribe collaboration between the Great Lakes...

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Terra State celebrates fall nursing grad…

20-12-2014 Hits:83 Schools  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Terra State celebrates fall nursing graduates with pinning ceremony

  The nursing graduates hold their Nightingale Lamps while nursing director Sue Kajfasz, background, recites the pledge Sixteen recent graduates of the Terra State Community College Associate Degree Nursing Program received their...

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Judge Winters informs community on Sober…

19-12-2014 Hits:233 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Judge Winters informs community on Sober Living Facility

The Ida Rupp Public Library Conference Room was packed Thursday night for a meeting with Judge Bruce Winters and Mayor Vince Leone concerning the placement of a Sober Living Facility...

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What would it be like to live in a snow globe?

Forth grader, Ryan Zam makes a snowman in his snow globe.

Port Clinton has been somewhat of a snow globe the past couple of weeks, which has gotten the Immaculate Conception School fourth graders wondering. What if we did live in a snow globe? Language Arts teacher Jacki Brown made that the subject of a writing project for her class this week. The class came up with stories full of creativity and imagination as to what life would be like living in a snowy wonderland. The consensus was that life in the snow is both beautiful and magical, and, well, really cold. After writing their essay the class made snow globes with pictures of themselves inside.

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ICS “Believes”

The 3 year old preschool shows off their jammies on a comfy, cozy, pj day.

The halls were decked and the spirits were bright at Immaculate Conception School the Christmas week.  Both the preschool and the first graders celebrated Thursday with the best kind of day—Pajama Day! The classes watched the movie The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg, ate popcorn, cookies, cupcakes, and drank hot chocolate.  The message of believing in the magic of Christmas in the movie is portrayed by hearing the sweet ringing of a Christmas bell. The students definitely heard the bells ringing.

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Second Graders at ICS prepare, wait and give

The second grade class at Immaculate Conception School has been on a journey for the past month.  With their teacher, Mrs. Penny Boyd, the class has been using the season of Advent to be still and to prepare.  Each day the class has filled in their very own advent calendar with the random acts of kindness and good deeds that will help them to open their hearts and to prepare for Jesus.    They have been asked to give of themselves both at home and at school.  

At the end of their month of reflection, the class also took on a service project.  The second graders each brought in baby items to be donated to Heartbeat of Ottawa County to be given to those in need.

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