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Special meeting pulls 6-1 vote for ballo…

31-07-2015 Hits:299

Special meeting pulls 6-1 vote for ballot ordinance

On Thursday, July 30, Port Clinton City Council held a special meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers. The meeting was held especially for council to discuss the second...

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Catawba Peach and Wine Festival

30-07-2015 Hits:235

Catawba Peach and Wine Festival

Peach harvest from 1914.Most area residents know of the great history of peaches growing in the Catawba Island area.  Few, however, realize the importance of this particular year as it...

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The health of Lake Erie

29-07-2015 Hits:939

The health of Lake Erie

A satellite image by NOAA taken July 27 shows the algal bloom near the area.As predicted by multiple organizations, there is a harmful algal bloom in Lake Erie. How we’ve...

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PC jumps on top of Margaretta, wins 44-20

PC's Tristen Mallory heads upfield with the football against Margaretta.
Photos by Bill Migala

After losing its first game of the season last week to Oak Harbor, Port Clinton wanted to get back on the right track.

The Redskins wasted no time in answering the call, scoring on their first five possessions before defeating Margaretta, 44-20, in Sandusky Bay Conference action Friday night at True-Lay Stadium.

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Oak Harbor falls to Edison late, 14-7

In a defensive struggle, one or two plays can make or break a game.

With the game tied at 7 late in the fourth quarter, two runs that netted 77 yards set Edison up for the winning score, a three-yard run by Owen Moyer with 2:15 remaining that gave the Chargers a 14-7 victory over Oak Harbor last week.

The first big run, a 50-yarder by Moyer, was followed by a 27-yard dash by quarterback Keegan Hall that gave Edison a first-and-goal at the 3-yard-line.

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Gibsonburg pulls away from Danbury

Danbury's Justin Tibbels returns this punt 51 yards for his first of two rushing touchdowns against Gibsonburg last Friday evening.  The Lakers lost to the Golden Bears, 58-24.
Photo by John Kozak

Sometimes, the final score is very deceiving.

That was certainly the case in Danbury’s 58-24 loss to Gibsonburg on Friday night at Biro Field.

In its matchup with the top team in the Toledo Area Athletic Conference, the Lakers fought tooth and nail to hang with the Golden Bears before Gibsonburg pulled away, pushing its 35-24 lead, which it held early in the fourth quarter, to 58-24 by scoring 23 unanswered points in the game’s final nine minutes.

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