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Port Clinton boys defeat Fostoria, 72-52

Holding a one-point lead heading into the second quarter, the Port Clinton Redskins grabbed control against Fostoria by winning the middle two quarters by a 13-point margin to win, 72-52, in non-conference action last weekend. 

Leading13-12 after one quarter, Port Clinton (7-12) outscored the Redmen 43-30 in the second and third quarter to blow the game open.

Nathan Stubblefield led all scorers with 23 points, 19 of which came in the first half. Carter Rumball scored 12 points and Tytan Rumball and Stefan Daniels finished with 10 points apiece. Kagen Brown had 11 points to lead Fostoria, and Hunter Abell chipped in with eight points.

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PCHS selling tournament tickets

Port Clinton High School will be selling tickets for the Boys Basketball Sectional Tournament game vs. Oak Harbor that will take place at Willard High School on Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 6:15 p.m. Pre-sale tickets will be available in the Main Office at the High School 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Pre-sale prices are $6 for adults and $4 for students. All tickets at the door on Tuesday, Feb. 25, will be $6.

There is no pre-sale for the Port Clinton Girls Sectional Championship game at Old Fort High School on Saturday, Feb. 22, at 6:15 p.m. 

Tickets at the door will be $6 for adults and $4 for students.

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Main Street Port Clinton names award recipients

Main Street Port Clinton is proud to announce the 2013 Volunteer of the Year, John Madison, and the 2013 Business of the Year, Slater’s Madison Street Pub.  

Each year Main Street Port Clinton recognizes a business and a volunteer that have made a positive impact in historic downtown Port Clinton.  The award winners are striving to promote, preserve, and improve downtown historic Port Clinton as a vibrant center for businesses, entertainment and cultural activities for residents of the community and visitors to the area.

The honorees will be recognized at the Main Street Port Clinton Annual Dinner and Award Celebration on Thursday, April 10. For tickets or more information, contact Main Street Port Clinton at 419.734.5303.

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Gardner and Redfern announce naming of Hetrick Highway

State Senator Randy Gardner and State Representative Chris Redfern, who both represent Ottawa County, have sponsored legislation naming a portion of State Route 51 in Ottawa County after Clay Township officer William J. Hetrick. House Bill 19 received final passage in the Senate Wednesday and is expected to be signed into law soon by Governor John Kasich. 

Officer Hetrick was killed in an automobile accident while on duty in July of 2000. Gardner and Redfern were asked by Clay Township police Chief Terry Mitchell to honor the fallen officer. 

The William J. Hetrick Memorial Highway on State Route 51 will commence at the intersection of Witty Road and proceed in a northwesterly direction to the State Route 795 intersection. Highway signs will be erected by the Ohio Department of Transportation in honor of Officer Hetrick.

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Community Calendar Feb. 20-26

Thursday Feb. 20

Grief Support Group 
When: 5:30 p.m., third Thursdays 
Where: Magruder Hospital Conference Center, Port Clinton
Info: 419-732-3141 

Lighthouse Historical Society 
What: Monthly meeting
When: 7 p.m., third Thursdays 
Where: Otterbein North Shore, 9400 North Shore Blvd., Marblehead

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Lakeside Chautauqua announces 2014 Chautauqua Lecture Series themes

Lakeside Chautauqua’s 2014 Chautauqua Lecture Series will offer a wide-range of learning opportunities this summer. 

The first theme of the season, Modern Slavery (June 23 & 24), will explore human trafficking and forced labor in local, national and international contexts. Strategies which can be introduced to stop them will also be discussed.  

The Dead Sea Scrolls: Ancient History, Unexpected Wisdom (July 9 & 10), will examine the history, archeology and content of the Dead Sea Scrolls, as well as their implications for Christian origins. John Kampen, PhD, Eminent Dead Sea Scrolls scholar and Dunn Professor of Biblical Interpretation, Methodist Theological School in Ohio, will lead this four-part series.

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