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Downtown Port Clinton construction updat…

06-05-2015 Hits:250 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Downtown Port Clinton construction update

  Starting Friday afternoon, north and south Monroe St. will be opened. Second Street from Coffee Express to the Madison and Second intersection will be closed. Even though Second Street from...

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Catawba Island Boat Show completes 11th …

06-05-2015 Hits:98 Business  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Catawba Island Boat Show completes 11th year

On Friday, May 1, through Sunday, May 3, the Catawba Island Club hosted the 11th annual Progressive Insurance Catawba Island Boat Show. This year there were 35 merchant tents as...

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Soap Box Derby Gravity Racing takes to E…

05-05-2015 Hits:161 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

Soap Box Derby Gravity Racing takes to Erie-Ottawa International Airport runway

On Saturday, May 2, the Erie-Ottawa International Airport held a Soap Box Derby Gravity Racing Challenge STEM School Race on their runway. There were 20 racers in the derby and...

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Redskin bowlers earn trips to Districts

Port Clinton’s Redskin boys earned their seventh consecutive trip to the OHSAA Northwest District Bowling Tournament at Interstate Lanes in Rossford on  Friday by finishing second in Sectional action at Star Lanes at the Harbor in Port Clinton last Friday. Kyle Radloff led the Redskins with 215-204-221 for a 660 series and Caleb Conrad added 182-217-205 for a 604 series. Dave Wilburn rolled a 221 game and Darryl Trent a 226 game.

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Redskin Bowlers defeat Huron

The Redskin Boys nosed out Huron by 13 pins, 2973-2960. Sean Black's 254-258 games and 512 series led the Redskins who rolled games of 981-1042 and added 950 in Baker. Huron rolled games of 946-990 and added 1024 in Baker.

"Wow! What a match," said PC Coach Bob Black. "We were up, down, back up, and almost lost it with 4 opens the last Baker games. Huron has a nice team and it's hard to beat them there.  I give our players credit for coming back. Jacob Reed subbed the first game and finished with 5 consecutive strikes which made a difference for us. Sean struck 23 out of 40 shots which we needed."

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