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PCHS needs head softball coach

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Port Clinton High School is seeking a head softball coach. There are no teaching openings at this time. Please send a letter of interest, credentials and references to Rick Dominick, Athletic Director at Port Clinton High School, 821 S. Jefferson Street, Port Clinton, OH 43452 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Thank you from Ida Rupp

The Ida Rupp Public Library would like to thank Friends members, volunteers, and community for their help with this year's book sale. 3,342 of our books found new homes! Thank you to everyone who adopted new books and donated money at the book sale. We would also like to thank the 267 people who donated to become Friends of the Ida Rupp Public Library members this year. The commitment and engagement of the library's community help make this yearly event, and the library, the success that it is. We appreciate your support.

A special thank you to the following Friends members for setting up and running the book sale this year:

Susan Smith, Judy and Tim McKenna, Sandy Schaffner, Nancy Hartung, Skip & Peg Ormsby, Roland Roder, Kevin Winters, Jeff Smith, Rich Norgard, Marit Reynolds, Marlene Gulas, Kathy Jo Schweitzer, Sandy Pienta, Chris Occhino, Roslyn Hashiguchi, Joyce Davis, Jim & Theresa Heyde, Bonnie Legg, Judy Euller, Peggy Debien, Jim Widmer, Vivian Saylor, Vee Reifsnyder, John Gibson, Anne Butcher, Tom & Barb Karst, Earl Kennedy, Sandy Pick, and Catharine Hadley.

Ida Rupp Public Library

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On the Record with Port Clinton Mayor Vince Leone

As many residents and visitors know, the algal bloom and the water quality issues facing Lake Erie are a hot topic. This month, Mayor Leone wanted to address these issues and let the people of the City know what steps the City is taking to prepare for an emergency and what long term solutions they are looking into for the situation.

“The relationship with the City and County has improved dramatically. It is important that we work together to watch the water quality and go over the protocols of what we need to do. On Tuesday, August 12, Port Clinton Fire and Police, Safety Service Director Colston and other emergency services employees met to create and go over a standard operating procedure for when Port Clinton is faced with an emergency.”

“We need to make a plan to isolate the water tower and distribute water; we need to talk to the county, hospitals, the elderly and schools to see what their needs are so we are prepared. I do not see this as a “what if”, I see it as a “when”.”

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