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Sheriff’s Office increasing patrols through August

The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office will have extra patrol throughout the month of August. Overtime shifts will be scheduled in an attempt to promote safety among drivers, as well as draw awareness to the other traffic on the roadways. The Deputies assigned to the overtime duties will work different shifts…
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Team Fred Race for the Cure fundraiser Aug 9

On Saturday, August 9, Team Fred is hosting a fundraiser and silent auction at PJ’s Grille and Bar in Port Clinton from 5-9 p.m. In September Team Fred will be walking in the Race for a Cure for the third consecutive year. A portion of the sales during the fundraiser…
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Arts in the Park blossoms in the rain

Kelly Rigoni (right) posing with a couple from Findlay who purchased this print at Arts in the Park on Sunday. The Port Clinton Artists’ Club had another successful Arts in the Park August 2 and 3 despite the rain. Over 120 vendors were at Lakeview Park over the weekend for…
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Marblehead Village Square: Marblehead Peninsula Lions Club

The Lions Club is currently preparing for the 22nd annual Lions Club Perch Festival on Saturday, Aug. 23, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at James Park. The money earned from this festival is returned to the community through club projects. The tentative schedule this year has the grand parade…
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Putnam one of the speakers at Summit on Aging

Judge Kathleen Giesler, Patricia Gerber, Connie Cornett, Lori Clune and Chris Galvin The planning committee of the Ottawa County Task Force on Aging recently met to finalize details for the Third Annual Summit on Aging in Ottawa County. This group, led by Judge Kathleen Giesler, has helped raise awareness of…
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Officer Shawn Craig new to Marblehead force

Full time Kelleys Island Police Officer Shawn Craig is joining the Marblehead Police Department part time. In the above photo, Officer Craig is being sworn in by Marblehead Mayor Jackie Bird while Marblehead Police Chief Greg Fultz looks on.
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Atari video game tournament

The Wood County Historical Center & Museum will host an Atari 2600 video game tournament on Saturday, August 30, starting at 1 p.m. at the museum. Participants will be playing the original Missile Command video game on a vintage Atari 2600 game console. The tournament will start at 1 p.m.…
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