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The first ARTWalk of summer

LEAP (Lake Erie Adventure Playground) provided opportunities for budding artists. On a perfect Thursday evening, the first ARTWalk of 2014 took place in historic downtown Port Clinton. Several of the exhibitors who had also participated in the first 2013 ARTWalk noted the marked contrast to last year’s cold, windy and…
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Scheduled power outage

There will be a scheduled “power outage” in the Fulton Street area around the construction area today between the hours of 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. We currently have no power to the traffic signal at Fulton and 3rd Streets and portable stop signs will be placed making this a…
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Oak Harbor Chamber raising funds for July 4 fireworks

The Oak Harbor Area Chamber of Commerce is raising funds for their annual Independence Day Celebration. The cost of fireworks has been increasing steadily by 5% each year, and because they would like to keep the same quality show that everyone is used to seeing in Oak Harbor, the Chamber…
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Judge Winters teaches course at National Judicial College

On May 6 Judge Bruce Winters had the opportunity to serve as instructor at the National Judicial College in Reno, NV. Judge Winters, a member of the faculty at the National Judicial College, led a course on control of the courtroom. The Control of the Courtroom is a practical skills…
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OCBDD volunteers

In recent years, OCBDD has partnered with local food pantries as well as participated in the Ottawa County Relay for Life. One recent endeavor was with the Ottawa County Humane Society, located at 2424 Sand Rd., Port Clinton. When OCBDD REC Specialist, Bri Combs, inquired if people would like to…
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Television and electronics recycling collection May 31

On Saturday, May 31, the Ottawa, Sandusky, Seneca Joint Solid Waste District is sponsoring a television and electronics recycling collection. The event is open to Ottawa, Sandusky and Seneca County residents, including all residents of Bellevue and Fostoria. This collection is for residents only. Materials from businesses will not be…
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