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Experience Ottawa County 2014

The Ottawa County Improvement Corporation (OCIC) held its annual “Experience Ottawa County” program on August 21 at The Keys on Put-in-Bay, bringing local business leaders, community leaders, elected officials, and prospective clients together to demonstrate that Ottawa County is an advantageous location to expand existing business and relocate new business.…
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Port Clinton High School hosts community Spooktacular!

Little goblins and ghosts can once again gather in their Halloween costumes for Port Clinton’s Spooktacular event on Wednesday, October 29 from 6-7:30 p.m. at Port Clinton High School. Students and staff at Port Clinton High School host the popular event that transforms the high school into the center of…
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Recruiting volunteers for area preschools

A volunteer reader plays an important role in increasing a child’s academic success and engagement in learning. That’s why United Way, Ida Rupp Public Library, Ottawa County Family and Children First Council, and Port Clinton News Herald have teamed up to recruit 100 readers for preschool classrooms in Genoa, Oak…
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Liberty Aviation Museum Hosts Final Reunion 

“There is nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer” wrote Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle about the 80 volunteers who accompanied him on his famous raid to Tokyo in April 1942. The “Doolittle Raid” occurred only 4 months after the United States was propelled into WWII by Japan’s surprise attack…
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Absentee ballots available

Pending litigation, absentee ballots will be available for the upcoming November 4 general election beginning Tuesday, September 30, at the Board of Elections office at 8444 West SR 163, Oak Harbor. In office voting will be as follows:
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B.I.G. Believe In Girls event September 27

Girl Scouts of Western Ohio invites local girls to participate in their B.I.G. (Believe In Girls) event celebration promoting activities and programs for girls. The B.I.G. event will take place Saturday, September 27, at the Lucas County Recreation Center from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The vast 30,000 square foot…
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