Sobriety checkpoint on Sept. 28

On Sept. 28, the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office will come together with other law enforcement agencies to conduct a sobriety checkpoint. The hours of operation will be from 11 p.m. until 1 a.m., followed by an hour of saturation patrol of the area. If you plan on consuming alcoholic beverages…
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Pack a Pick-Up with the Girl Scouts

Friday, Sept. 27-Sunday, Sept. 29, at the Kids Zone at the Port Clinton Harvest Festival, the Girl Scouts will be packing a pick-up for Ottawa County community food banks. All non-perishable food items and personal care items will be accepted. For more information, contact Heidy at 419.341.1029.
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Noodle Heads win Family Frenzy

The winning Family Frenzy Noodle Head team of Lindsey Mulligan, Julie McCord, Michelle Miller, Vicky King and Kim Sedlak. Joyful Connections held its “Family Frenzy” event on Saturday at the Catawba Island Township Hall. Family Frenzy, played in a similar fashion to the game show “Family Feud”, had six teams…
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The Ninety-Nines expand the world by getting women into flight

On Sunday afternoon the Ninety-Nines made their annual trip to Port Clinton for their monthly All Ohio Chapter meeting. Edna Hansen of Port Clinton, Peg Ballou of Bucyrus, Kay Johnson of Grove City, Kathy Samuelson of Columbus, Sue Lemaitre of Fremont, Roberta Jones of Columbus and Middle Bass Island, Margaret…
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Kids, bring your grownups to adventure playground

Use recycled materials to create your own adventure environments this Thursday, Sept. 26, from 5-8 p.m. at Port Clinton’s first Pop-Up Adventure Playground. The event, sponsored by United Way in Ottawa County, provides kids and families with recycled and other materials for a fun-filled evening of play. Held at Friendship…
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