Portage River boaters tied up their boat at the Jefferson Street Pier early Saturday evening, and experienced a long, wet walk to shore. The flooding had backed off a bit in recent days, but it only takes a mild wind to soak the shoreline. Port Clinton city officials will be announcing infrastructure plans to combat the high water that has plagued the city this spring and summer on Tuesday night at their council meeting at City Hall at 7:30 p.m. The final reading of a new Main Street Outdoor Refreshment Area (MORA) open container drinking law is also on the council agenda. (Photo by Kathy Jo Schweitzer)
African Wildlife Park’s Drive-Thru Safari open for 55th season
African Safari Wildlife Park opened the gates for its 55th season on Saturday, featuring its popular Drive-Thru Safari. “Early spring is a great...