Finding your family tree’s Ohio roots

Even if you did not grow up in Ohio, you likely have family roots that extend into the Buckeye State. The Hayes Presidential Center offers a class specifically designed to help you find your Ohio ancestors. Head Librarian Becky Hill is instructor for “Searching Your Ohio Roots”. The class takes…
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Kiwanis honors Law Enforcement Officers of the Year

On Wednesday Port Clinton Kiwanis honored the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office Deputy of the Year and the Port Clinton Police Department Officer of the Year. This year both rewards honored two recipients. The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office Deputies of the Year are Deputy Marc Nye and his K9 partner Nero.…
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Slow down for litter crews

Discarded trash in our communities and along our roadways is ugly and unwanted. It can also be costly in time and maintenance of equipment for township and county road crews when they are working, or mowing along our roadways. Litter is also a hazard for animals in their natural habitats.…
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Chris Redfern to host office hours

State Representative Chris Redfern has scheduled office hours in Ottawa County. Office hours will be Monday, May 13, from 2-3 p.m. in the Oak Harbor Public Library Lower Level Meeting Room, located at 147 West Main Street in Oak Harbor. The public is invited to attend.
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‘Capturing the Mississippi’ with Madelyn and Adam

On June 8th a daughter of Ottawa County will be heading on a grand adventure, and we have been invited along. Woodmore graduate Madelyn Hille, 23, and her partner Adam Hoffmeister, 25, will set out with their canoe and their dog Joschko to paddle and capture the Mississippi--all 2500 miles…
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National Day of Prayer in Port Clinton

On May 2, a beautiful spring day, The National Day of Prayer was observed on the courthouse lawn in downtown Port Clinton. Carol Fox organized the service that has been observed annually since President Harry Truman signed it into law in 1952. Participating pastors, left to right: Peter Dodd, Grace…
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P.O.R.T.S. bringing Tall Ships to Port Clinton

People Organizing the Return of the Tall Ships Committee (P.O.R.T.S.) is excited to announce the Battle of Lake Erie Bicentennial events in Port Clinton. The entire community will be celebrating the 200 years of freedom gained by Commander Oliver Hazard Perry’s victory some twelve miles from the mouth of the…
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