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Special hiring event April 9

Cardinal Staffing is hosting a special hiring event on Wednesday, April 9 from 2-6 p.m. Open interviews will be conducted at all Cardinal Staffing offices and are aimed towards the unemployed and the underemployed. Cardinal Staffing currently has 418 job openings available for all levels of work; entry level and up. 95% of the positions offered through Cardinal are full time with benefits.

Interviewees must be able to pass a drug test, must be able to work legally in the United States and have two valid forms of identification, must have reliable transportation, must have six months of solid work history within the last two years, and must have current contact information.

Cardinal Staffing is a full service human resource provider and opened their first office in May 1994 in the Lake Erie Business Park. Since then, they have added 8 additional locations and a corporate office in Maumee. Locally, there are Cardinal Staffing offices on 123 B Maple Street, Port Clinton, and 905 W. State Street, Fremont. For more information on the hiring event or to contact Cardinal Staffing call 419-734-6318 or visit cardinalstaffing.com.

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Port Clinton Middle School Announces Teacher of the Trimester

Mr. Toby Hammond, (center), Port Clinton Middle School Teacher of the Trimester, surrounded by his students, Mr. Troy Diels, PCMS Assistant Principal and Mr. Patrick Adkins Superintendent of Schools.

The Teacher of the Trimester program was developed at Port Clinton Middle School to allow students the opportunity to offer positive feedback to teachers that have made an impact on their lives.  The second Teacher of the Trimester for the 2013-14 school year is Mr. Toby Hammond.

Comments from students nominating Mr. Hammond included:  He is a great teacher; He has great hair; He is funny; and He teaches us a lot that we need to know. 

Mr. Hammond received a certificate, a trophy (compliments of Student Council) and Gift Certificates to Marco’s Pizza courtesy of the Port Clinton Academic Boosters.  All teachers received copies of their Teacher of the Trimester nomination forms to read the positive feedback from their students.

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Redskin hoopsters lead area AAU team to victory

  • Published in Sports

Ohio Ballistics, left to right: Assistant Coach Tom Michael, Carter Rumball, Grant McConnell, Bryce Ernsthausen, Lucas Michael, Tytan Rumball, Shane Miller, Derek Dryfuse, Jordan Kreglow, Clay Dryfuse, Coach Eric Rumball, and, in front, ball boy Blake Michael.

Brothers Carter and Tytan Rumball helped the Ohio Ballistics AAU basketball team to a 5-0 record and tournament victory at the 21st Annual Cougar Classic in Columbus on March 23. The Ohio Ballistics is composed of players from area high schools including Fremont Ross, Fremont St. Joe, Gibsonburg, Bellevue, Port Clinton, and Tiffin Columbian.

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