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St. Joseph Church Religious Education registering new students

New student registration has begun at St. Joseph Church in Marblehead. Classes are for children kindergarten through 12th grade who would like to attend religious education classes who did not attend last year. For more information or to register contact Carol Arntz at the parish office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 419-798-4177…
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Four generations

Great grandparents William and Jean Glovinsky and grandmother Mary Brown Grieger of Port Clinton are pictured with Olivia Cordelia Brown and her father, Nathan Brown, of Norfolk, Virginia. Nathan and his wife, Kelley, are proud parents of Olivia who was born on March 11. The family came to Ohio for…
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Submit your boat name in the Best of the Best competition

We are currently taking boat name submissions for our Ottawa County’s Best of the Best competition. The competition is running through August 31, but we need submissions now for the Best of the Best boat name. Send your contact information, a photo of your boat and a story (if applicable)…
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Fly-In Drive-In pancake breakfast August 17

“Tin Goose” Chapter 1247 of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) will be hosting its annual Fly-In / Drive-In Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, August 17. This event is open to the public and will be held inside the new hangar at the Liberty Aviation Museum complex (3515 E. State Road, Port…
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Ugandan Kids Choir performs at Lakeview Park

Photos by Brooke Kilmer The Ugandan Kids Choir preformed for a crowd of supporters at Lakeview Park Wednesday, August 6. The children in the Ugandan Kids Choir bring a message of hope by sharing their African folklore and the power of God’s love through music and dance. The children have…
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Port Clinton firefighters looking for past members

Port Clinton Fire Chief Kent Johnson is on a special mission to pay homage to past firefighters that served on his department. “Due to a substantial donation earlier this year, we are taking on a huge project to honor those who came before us in the department,” said Chief Johnson.…
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