Marblehead once again has a market

This week the Marblehead Market opened, bringing a place to purchase milk and eggs and beer and wine back to Marblehead. Since Mutach’s Market moved to Danbury Township, Marblehead has been without a market. Willy and Deb Steinbrick saw the need and the opportunity. Their daughter Trudi Lucas, who will…
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Whitaker completes training

Navy Fireman Andrew J. Whitaker, son of Christy L. Whitaker of Oak Harbor, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, IL. During the eight-week program, Whitaker completed a variety of training which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water…
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Pause for a child at the Ottawa County Family Fun Fair

Parenting can be tough. Finding help and preparing for the challenges of parenting doesn’t have to be. To enjoy a day of family fun and find out more about local services and organizations for your family, come to the Ottawa County Family Fun Fair, Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m.…
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Danbury Community Garden

If you live in an apartment or have no space for a garden, the Danbury Community Garden offers the opportunity to have your own plot. Plots are available for individuals, or as a summer projects for a Scout groups, church group, or youth group to grow produce for the Danbury…
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Cub Scouts receive awards

Members of Cub Scouts Pack 361 received their advancements and awards at the 2013 Blue & Gold Banquet held March 4 at St. John Lutheran Church in Port Clinton. The awards result from the hard work and projects the Scouts undertake over the course of the year according to the…
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Water levels in Lake Erie predicted to stay low

The April 3 report from the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) states that the water level of Lake Superior is 3 inches below its level of one year ago, while Lake Michigan-Huron is 15 inches lower. Lake Erie has levels 17 inches lower than a year ago. Over…
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