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Port Clinton girls improve to 4-1

17-12-2014 Hits:235 Sports  - avatar Yaneek Smith

Port Clinton girls improve to 4-1

Photos by Bill Migala After an opening-season loss to Bellevue, the Port Clinton Redskins are beginning to hit their stride. Behind Sydney Alexander's 15 points, Port Clinton cruised to a 63-39 victory...

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Port Clinton Middle School Hour of Code

15-12-2014 Hits:235 Schools  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Port Clinton Middle School Hour of Code

Lucas Patrick at student at Port Clinton Middle School participates in the Hour of Code event on December 8. On Monday, December 8, Port Clinton Middle School students in Mr. Ron...

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Port Clinton High School Touch of Class …

14-12-2014 Hits:212 Schools  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Port Clinton High School Touch of Class to perform at Cavs Game

Port Clinton High School Touch of Class was selected to perform the National Anthem for the Cleveland Cavaliers game on Wednesday, January 21, as they take on the Milwaukee Bucks...

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Finding the early signs of spring on the forest floor

Gardeners are accustomed to the traditional signs of the arrival of spring with beautiful blooming bulbs, the breaking buds of flowering trees, and the vibrant yellow flowers of forsythia shrubs.  However, there are other indicators that arise when the last snows have melted and the sounds of song birds returns to Catawba Island and the surrounding region. Native flowering plants take center stage from late March through the month of April and retreat in the heat of the summer. This phenomenal transition primarily refers to a group of woodland plants called spring ephemerals, and is part of what makes the temperate forests of northern Ohio so breathtaking.

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