It's been a tough season for the Port Clinton Redskins thus far, and Friday didn't make things any easier.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. On Oct. 8 the Soroptimist Club in Fremont invited Alicia's Voice to speak at Terra State on behalf of domestic violence victims and survivors everywhere.
Joyful Connections announces that the winning team of the first ever Family Frenzy was the Oak Harbor Knights of Columbus.
There were brats, bean soup and seafood bisque, homemade cookies and pies and jellies and jams, apple dumplings, kettle corn and funnel cakes.
Dr. Harold Brown, a resident of Catawba who flew with the Tuskeegee Airmen
during World War II, spoke to the members of the Port Clinton Kiwanis Club
last Wednesday about his experiences.
In a tight season race for the top spot in the Sandusky Bay Conference, the Port Clinton Redskin golf team, coached by Rick Dominick and assisted by Phillip Bolte, came away with the season championship.
Alex Morgan Johnson, Broker Associate, QSC & REALTOR®, with Real Living Morgan Realty Group, Port Clinton, has been named Ohio Association of REALTORS® (OAR) President’s Sales Club Award Winner 2012. Alex Morgan Johnson was presented this designation in recognition of her outstanding sales achievement.
Alex Morgan Johnson is a member of the Firelands Association of REALTORS®, Ohio Association of REALTORS® and the National Association of REALTORS®.
The death penalty is a provocative action that I have agonized over for most of my seventy-four years.
At the Oct. 9 meeting of Port Clinton City Council, the Council approved an ordinance, 4-3, regarding the hiring of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell, a California consulting firm, to help find a developer for Water Works Park. Mayor Vince Leone vetoed the ordinance, leaving the question of what is the next step for Waterworks Park.