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Library to continue Photoshop classes

The Ida Rupp Public Library in Port Clinton will be continuing to offer its classes on Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 this summer. “Photoshop Elements is the most popular of all the photo editing software programs available to the photographic enthusiast today,” says Bill Gordon, the instructor for the new classes.…
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Honoring those who gave all for their country

On Monday, May 26, Memorial Day, Veterans Park on North Monroe Street in Port Clinton was filled with people paying their respects to those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country. Guest speaker Ottawa County Municipal Court Judge Frederick “Fritz” Hany gave a compelling speech to all those in…
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MS Walleye Fishing Tournament June 4

The MS Walleye Fishing Tournament is scheduled for Wednesday, June 4. All are invited to enlist groups of six friends, customers or co-workers to fill a boat and enjoy a day of fishing to benefit multiple sclerosis services and research. The fully-stocked boats will set sail from Midway Marina in…
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Community Chorus to perform for the Fourth of July

Those who love to sing and love patriotic music are invited to join the Community Chorus to celebrate the Fourth of July. Mr. Gregory Fox, retired Port Clinton City Schools choir director, is leading the community chorus. Mrs. Susan Larcey and Mr. John Wallrabenstein are accompanists. There are six rehearsals,…
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Safety Council

Upcoming OSHA 30-Hour Class for General Industry will be held from June 3-6, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Ottawa County Resource Centre, 8043 West State Route 163, Oak Harbor, Ohio 43449. Please contact Jessica Kowalski to RSVP and/or questions at 419.898.6242. May is National Electrical Safety Month and…
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Andrew Fillmore's winning veterans essay rings true on Memorial Day

Left to right: Andrew’s grandfather, Robert Bihn, Andrew Fillmore, and his mother Teresa Fillmore. The Port Clinton Elk’s Lodge recently announced the winners of the Port Clinton and District Essay Contest. Andrew Fillmore, a seventh grade student at PCMS, won the seventh and eighth grade competition. Andrew’s essay, “What does…
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