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PC power lifting team first at Gibsonbur…

05-03-2015 Hits:131 Sports  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

PC power lifting team first at Gibsonburg meet

Port Clinton High School Power Lifters with their first place trophy. Front row:  L to R Jaden Rogers, Tony Nesbitt, Emerson Lowe, Corbin Winningham, Cole Araguz, Brendan Zeitzheim, Drew Kopchak...

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Port Clinton Lady Redskins rally to defe…

04-03-2015 Hits:216 Sports  - avatar Yaneek Smith

Port Clinton Lady Redskins rally to defeat BG for sectional title

Lady Redskins holding pieces of the net after their win over Bowling Green in Genoa on Saturday, Feb. 28. Photos by Bill Migala. Not again, right? Just one year after having a...

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The Maiden Voyage of Onward

03-03-2015 Hits:198 Around Ottawa County  - avatar Jasmine Cupp

The Maiden Voyage of Onward

A model of Onward made by Jim Robenalt of Tiffin. A story about Matthews Boat Company and a journey around The Great Loop On Sunday, March 1, Bob Reynolds, in association with...

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Mark Schaffner

Mark Schaffner

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Tip Jars

Tip Jars come out for Summer. It rather amazes me as to the growing Port Clinton/Marblehead area ‘tip jars’ at restuarants, services venues, or a tip jar for buying a ferry ticket? and such. Why a tip jar for carry out? Or further, a jar next to the cash register, as if you didn’t leave enough at the table. I consider it indicative of the community, ‘squeeze the buck while you can!” We, local people, know very well how prices go up in Summer.

Bert R. Tomon

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Rite of passage at EHOVE

EHOVE Adult Career Center School of Practical Nursing students participated in a well-known rite of passage in their training, the capping ceremony.  The ceremony marks the halfway point of nursing school as an acknowledgement of the students’ success in reaching that point, and encouragement in reaching their final goal.

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