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Salvation Army’s Camp NEOSA

06-07-2015 Hits:22

Salvation Army’s Camp NEOSA

On June 24, fifty five children from Ottawa County got up early, loaded up on a chartered bus filled with snacks and movies and headed to Camp NEOSA in Carrollton...

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Lake Erie harmful algal bloom projection

05-07-2015 Hits:160

Lake Erie harmful algal bloom projection

Highest discharge yet recorded for the Maumee River On Monday, June 29, the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science and the National Center for Water Quality Research released their seventh projection...

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Tanks, bombers and pyrotechnics bring sp…

04-07-2015 Hits:127

Tanks, bombers and pyrotechnics bring spark to the CMP’s 2015 First Shot Ceremony

Gary Anderson at the 2014's First Shot Ceremony. Join the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) on the world-famous Camp Perry ranges in Port Clinton, for another thrilling display of live World War...

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Marblehead Village Square

By Councilman Duane Myers

With summer officially arriving, I’m sure you’ve noticed the pedestrian crosswalk signs that were placed in May. Most of the feedback council and administration received thus far has been positive. When you venture to cities and villages that have a large number of patrons walking and supporting downtown businesses, you will notice the newest trend in Main Street revitalization. As Ohio Revised Code chapter 4511 states, pedestrians have the right-of-way within crosswalks.


Marblehead Bank holding customer appreciation events

The Marblehead Bank would like to invite the community to participate in one of their annual community appreciation events that are held during the 4th of July holiday week.

On Thursday, July 2, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. the bank branch on State Route 269 (Bridge Rd) will be serving free ice cream floats to anyone in the community wishing to attend.


15,000 native plant species introduced at Great Egret Marsh

The Nature Conservancy Great Egret Marsh preserve on Buck Road recently planted native 15,000 plant species as part of a habitat restoration project. The plan is to return the land into its natural state which would be a wetland.

“We are attempting to turn this area back into what it was,” said Tara Baranowski, Lake Erie Coast and Islands Project Manager. “There will be marsh where water will be encouraged to gather. We would like to connect East Harbor to encourage migratory birds and native species to come to this area. The marsh will also increase filtration in the storm runoff.”

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