Reserve spot now for St. John Fall Festival

St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church is planning an all-new Fall Festival from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21.The cost to rent one 10-foot table is $20. Flea market or garage sale items are prohibited.Contact Exhibitor Chairwoman, Monette Garn, at 419-635-5863 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive an application and contract…
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Stacy named First National branch manager

Melinda Stacy has been named branch manager of the Port Clinton office of First National Bank. Stacy has been a First National employee in varying positions in the Ottawa County branches for more than 13 years. She graduated from Port Clinton High School and has also attended classes at the…
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Print shop manager buys Minuteman Press

Jim Kieffer, of Bayview, who has served as manager the past several years at the local Minuteman Press franchise in Portage Township, officially purchased the operation effective Aug. 13. He will be moving the full-service print shop into Harbor Lights Landing on Ohio 53 North.Minuteman Press started operations at 205…
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Home Instead Senior Care honors staffers

Home Instead Senior Care is pleased to announce the CAREGivers of the second quarter of 2012:• April: Natasha Witter, of Port Clinton• May: Rhonda Colvin of Sandusky• June: Darcy Russell of Norwalk• CAREGiver of the Second Quarter: Shelby Trick of Port ClintonHome Instead Senior Care serves Erie, Ottawa and Huron…
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New home shop in downtown PC

The Port Clinton Chamber recently held a ribbon cutting at Keith Fleming Home Furnishings and Accessories at 132 E. Second St., Port Clinton. Fleming, a Port Clinton native who has been living in Texas, moved home to open the shop that specializes in a fun, energetic mix of antiques and…
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Business planning workshop coming up

Main Street Port Clinton’s Economic Restructuring Committee invites you to attend a free workshop focusing on creating a business plan and the resources available for information and assistance along the way. This workshop is scheduled for 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 23, at the Ida Rupp Public Library located…
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Coffee shop, fitness studio open for business

Two new businesses are celebrating grand openings in downtown Oak Harbor: Mill Street Brew, at 169 Mill St., and Lisa’s Fitness Studio at 165 W. Water St.Mill Street Brew is a coffeehouse owned and operated by Chris and Rachel Varga. They have a variety of coffee drinks, smoothies, muffins, sandwiches,…
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