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Port Clinton Touch of Class competes at …

24-04-2015 Hits:99 Schools  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Port Clinton Touch of Class competes at national competition

Port Clinton High School Touch of Class was one of only 12 high school groups in the country to advance to the ICHSA Finals.  They traveled to New York City...

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Port Clinton Manufacturing under new own…

22-04-2015 Hits:386 Business  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Port Clinton Manufacturing under new ownership

Stott speaking to people in the lab on the tour of Port Clinton Manufacturing. On Saturday, April 18, Port Clinton Manufacturing celebrated its recent transition in ownership from Charles Dracka to...

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Business Advisory Council receives grant…

22-04-2015 Hits:191 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Business Advisory Council receives grant from Ottawa County Community Foundation

Members of the Business Advisory Council with two members of the Ottawa County Community Foundation during the check presentation on Friday, April 17. On Friday, April 17, the Ottawa County Business...

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Immaculate Conception School spelling bee winners

On Thursday, Jan. 10, Immaculate Conception School held its annual school spelling bee. Nine fifth graders competed with hopes of moving on to the Ottawa County Spelling Bee next month. The class had been studying and preparing for the bee with Language Arts Teacher Jackie Brown. This year’s winners are:  Lissa Gillman, first place; Elena Kessler, second place; and Lohany Arambula, third place.

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Students answer, and ring, the bell

Besides ringing the bell for the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign Battle of The High Schools between Oak Harbor and Port Clinton, this year many area schools got involved with raising awareness and funds for The Salvation Army and those in need. 

Oak Harbor Middle School raised $528.72 during the OSU/Michigan Game and Danbury High School held a fund raiser designed to aid students their age who may be suffering from the effects of the slow economy.

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ICS students honor winter with snowflakes

The first graders and preschoolers at Immaculate Conception School embraced winter by making wonderful snowflakes lasts week. The 3 and 4 year olds created flakes by spraying them with a liquid paint. The icy masterpieces now line the hallway of the school. Miss Mary Heshel and Miss Michelle Wojciechowski assisted with the project.  

The first graders of I.C.S. also honored winter at their monthly theme day yesterday. The group made wonderfully huge and intricate snowflakes by twisting paper, drank hot chocolate, created snowman note cards, and made seedy treats for their backyard birds. Mrs. Rita McNutt, first grade teacher, comes up with the activities to usher in the changing seasons and invites family members of the students to join in the day of interactive learning.

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