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First round awards announced for District Grant Program

Twelve organizations received funding to start recycling programs or to buy products made from recycled materials in the first round of competitive funding offered by the Ottawa, Sandusky, Seneca Joint Solid Waste Management District. The grant program’s main priority is to set up recycling programs for educational institutions, governmental entities…
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Local talk show explores life and faith

Everything from politics to prayer will be featured at a new weekly experience called Lifetree Café. This “conversation café”, located at Trinity United Methodist Church, 135 Adams Street, Port Clinton, is part of a national network of locations that offer participatory events related to life and faith. The Lifetree Café…
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American Red Cross offers new flood app

The American Red Cross announced its new Flood App to help save lives and reduce losses from floods and flash floods. This free app gives iPhone, iPad and Android smart phone users instant access to local and real-time information, so they know what to do before, during and after a…
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Benefit for Kyler Hammer

There will be a benefit chicken barbecue for Kyler Hammer on March 30 at the Eagles Nest Hall, 210 Jefferson St. in Oak Harbor. The event, sponsored by Batdorff Real Estate, will begin at 11 a.m. and will continue until the dinners are sold out. Tickets are $9 for the…
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March is Developmental Disabilities (DD) month

"Ability @ Work" is the theme for Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month 2014. The Ottawa County Board of Developmental Disabilities and other related organizations celebrate Developmental Disabilities Awareness month in March, and invite you to consider the true meaning of this year’s theme, “Ability @ Work.” Statewide organizations devoted to serving…
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Downtown revitalization presented to council

Downtown plan for Madison Street. On Wednesday, March 26, Poggemeyer Design Group presented their renderings for the revitalization of downtown Port Clinton. Poggemeyer has met with council two times prior and spoke with citizens at those meetings to get their ideas of what they would like to see in the…
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