Port Clinton News

Walleye Festival going green

The 33rd Anniversary of the Walleye Festival is a little greener.  Festival goers and vendors are encouraged to recycle glass, cans, cardboard and plastic at the Walleye Festival. The recycling is coordinated by Main Street Port Clinton in cooperation with Republic Services and the Ottawa, Sandusky, and Seneca County Joint Solid Waste District.

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Magruder Auxiliary volunteers honored

Magruder Hospital Auxiliary conducted their Annual Appreciation Lunch at which volunteers were honored for their hours of service in various areas of the hospital during 2012. This year the volunteers were treated with a visit from “Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the World,” portrayed by Linda Laronge, as entertainment for the afternoon. 

The Auxiliary had 44 volunteers recognized with pins for their many hours of service to Magruder Hospital through December 2012. Volunteers honored for their hours of service this year were:


Kiwanis honors Law Enforcement Officers of the Year

On Wednesday Port Clinton Kiwanis honored the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office Deputy of the Year and the Port Clinton Police Department Officer of the Year. This year both rewards honored two recipients.

The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office Deputies of the Year are Deputy Marc Nye and his K9 partner Nero. Nye is a nine year veteran of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s office. He began as a corrections officer in 2004, was promoted to the Patrol division in 2006 and was promoted to K9 Handler in 2012. He is also a member of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office Special Response Team. Nero is a 3 year old Belgian Malinois who received his training in Columbus and Fremont. He is a dual-purposed dog who excels in narcotics detection.

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