Zombies take to the street of Port Clinton

Best couple winners The Wolcotts: lighthouse keepers On Saturday, October 25, Main Street Port Clinton held its third annual Zombie Pub Crawl and Ball presented by Heidelberg Distributing. Seven local businesses (Bait House, Cielo Grande, Clinton House, McCarthy’s, Mr. Ed’s Rosie’s and Slater’s Madison Street Pub) were stops on the…
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Vote no on Issue 6 supporters fill council chamber Tuesday

At the Port Clinton City Council meeting Tuesday, October 28, vote no on Issue 6 supporters filled the council chambers to show the administration their support. At 6:30 p.m. there was standing room only already for the meeting that started at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was called to order by…
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Humane Society donor issuing challenge to public

Dianne Rozak and her mother, Frances, both donated $5000 to the Ottawa County Humane Society last Wednesday, October 22. “We were deeply touched about the possible closing of the Ottawa County Humane Society,” said Rozak. “I was saving up for a home improvement project and for Christmas presents, but that…
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Camp Perry, Middle Bass updates funded

Rep. Chris Redfern (D-Catawba Island) voted to release $2.6 million to complete hutment renovations at Camp Perry and $8,000 in state funds to finish the Middle Bass Island State Park Harbormaster facility. Redfern serves as one of seven members on the State Controlling Board, a panel tasked with oversight of…
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Downtown Port Clinton holds trick or treat

By estimates from the Port Clinton Chamber of Commerce, nearly 400 children and family members attended the downtown trick or treat held Saturday, October 25, from 1-3 p.m. Area businesses were open and welcome of little ghosts and goblins and most of them showcasing costumes themselves.
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