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Hog Wild about Art

29-05-2015 Hits:101

Hog Wild about Art

Artist Castronuovo painting in FriendShip Park during Thursday's Art Walk. On Thursday, May 28, the Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council held the first Art Walk of the season. Art Walks...

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Those fallen will forever hold a place i…

28-05-2015 Hits:169

Those fallen will forever hold a place in history

Millions of American soldiers have given their lives in battle for their country. Because of this, Americans have the freedoms that they have today. Memorial Day honors those fallen soldiers...

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PCYC holds service for soldiers who died…

27-05-2015 Hits:151

PCYC holds service for soldiers who died at sea

The Past Commodores of Port Clinton Yacht Club remove their caps as Rev. Bob Butcher reads the prayer, with John Fritz and Bert Fall alongside, for the soldiers and sailors...

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K of C Measure Up Campaign

On Friday, May 29, and Saturday, May 30, the Oak Harbor Knights of Columbus will have their street collection fundraiser outside of the Oak Harbor Community Market to benefit people with developmental disabilities.


Donald Clay celebrates 100th birthday

On May 20, Donald Clay of Oak Harbor, became a celebrity for his 100th birthday. Family and friends went around the village of Oak Harbor asking local businesses to wish Clay a happy birthday on signs. Clay’s family then took him around town to see all the well wishes the community gave him.

Happy birthday, Donald Clay!


Rockets' run ends in the district finals

One of the greatest seasons in program history came to an end when Oak Harbor fell, 6-2, to Gibsonburg in the Division III district finals.

The Rockets, who were nearly eliminated in the sectional finals against Willard, took an early lead when Ashley Riley singled and drove in Maddy Rathbun in the bottom of the first inning.
The Golden Bears tied it at 1 in the top of the third when Allie Teeple singled to right field to score Abby Cantrell, and they took over in the next inning, going ahead, 3-1, when leadoff hitter Ashley Hasselbach hit a two-run homer to left. Cantrell then reached on an error and Shylee Schmeltz walked, setting things up for Lyndsey Perales, who drilled a home run to left on a 0-1 pitch.

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