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Hessville Road closure July 21-24

Ottawa County will be replacing a crossover on Hessville Road between Weis Road TR #83 and Smith Road TR #151. In order to complete the work Hessville Road will be closed to all traffic during construction. Work will begin July 21 and is expected to be complete by July 24.…
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Board of Elections meeting July 17

The Ottawa County Board of Elections will meet Thursday, July 17 at 3 p.m. for the regular meeting and to consider any other business that comes before the board. The meeting will be held at the Board of Elections office, 8444 West State Route 163, Oak Harbor, in the Veterans…
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Danbury Twp Board special meeting

The Danbury Township Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting in executive session on Tuesday, July 15, at the Danbury Township Hall, 5972 E. Port Clinton Eastern Rd., Marblehead, Ohio 43440 beginning at 6 p.m. to conduct second interviews with two fire department candidate’s and to discuss compensation of…
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The Salvation Army-Port Clinton Service Unit: Camp NEOSA

On June 25, forty two children from Ottawa County got up early, loaded up a chartered bus filled with snacks and movies, and headed to Camp NEOSA in Carrollton, Ohio, for 5 days filled with swimming, canoeing, hiking, outside sport activities, singing, role-playing, arts and crafts and lots of fun.
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United Way christens LEAPmobile

United Way Director Chris Galvin and Dr. Ed Charnock christen the LEAPmobile with confetti and silly string. Charnock donated his used GMC Yukon to the Lake Erie Adventure Play (LEAP) program. Dr. Ed Charnock and United Way Director Chris Galvin christened the LEAPmobile, a GMC Yukon donated by retired physician…
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The Beacon and The Suburban Press honored by State of Ohio

Beacon publisher and owner John Schaffner with Ohio Senator Randy Gardner holding the proclamation declaring July Free Community Newspaper Month. Senator Randy Gardner declared July Free Community Newspaper Month. In Ottawa County there are two free newspapers serving the community: The Beacon and The Suburban Press. Below is the letter…
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