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Oak Harbor Rotary Club makes delivery to…

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On Wednesday, November 18, the Oak Harbor Rotary Club hand-delivered dictionaries to each of the third grade students and teachers at R.C. Waters Elementary School. In addition to being a...

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Part 2 of Planning and Development econo…

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Seated facing (L to R) are Port Clinton City Councilmen Trish McCartney, Gabe Below and Nicole DeFreitas. Port Clinton citizen John Rich (in the red shirt) was expressing his vision...

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Erie-Ottawa International receives Ohio …

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L to R: Senator Randy Gardner, Director of Erie-Ottawa Regional Airport Stan Gebhardt and Representative Steve Arndt. The Erie-Ottawa International Airport has received $639,854 in project funding from the Ohio Department...

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PC Chamber celebrates Beacon’s 30th year

My personal thanks to all who turned out, or wanted to, for last Thursday’s PC Chamber Business After Hours at the 1812 Restaurant in the Island House. According to Laura Schlachter at the Chamber, they counted 110 business cards turned in for registration, but the estimate of the number attending was well over that. The event was our official observance of the 30th Anniversary of The Beacon. As I said in my little speech that night, “every face is a memory”. We won’t officially observe our 30th until next week.


Dean's List

Dean’s List, Bowling Green State University FIrelands College, fall 2012:
Kathryn Perry, Elmore
Zachary Minton, Lakeside-Marblehead
Rebecca Chaffee, Oak Harbor
Natalie Eyink, Oak Harbor
Mackenzie Kightlinger, Oak Harbor
Breanne Lieske, Oak Harbor
Jennifer Young, Oak Harbor
Karly  Cross, Port Clinton
Emily Finely, Port Clinton
Samantha Griffin, Port Clinton
Shelby Grubb, Port Clinton
Carisa Osmolski, Port Clinton
Jennifer Purtee, Port Clinton
Lisa Ramsey, Port Clinton
Dean’s List, University of Dayton, fall 2012:
Kristen Brahier, Port Clinton


Lady Rockets win third straight

In what could be the defining game of the year for the Oak Harbor girls’ basketball team, the Rockets rallied from a 14-point deficit and defeated Margaretta in dramatic fashion, 49-45, last week to improve to 13-7 and 7-6 in the Sandusky Bay Conference.

Down 28-17 at halftime, the Rockets went on a furious rally as they employed a full-court press that gave the Polar Bears fits, causing a number of turnovers as Oak Harbor got back into the game. 

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