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Ottawa County - Transitional housing for men proposed
Two forums scheduled for next week will explain "The Lighthouse" project's need and discuss opportunities.
Suburbs slump below poverty line
A customer enters a resale center in Port Clinton. Despite the illusion of prosperity given Ottawa County's proximity to the lake, much of that county's employment is either seasonal or part time.
Sat May 11, 2013
State to fill-in mine under highway near Lake Erie
Ohio's transportation department plans to fill-in an abandoned mine that runs under a busy highway along the western side of Lake Erie.
Fri May 10, 2013
Art Walk Premieres in Historic Downtown Port Clinton
Port Clinton, OH The Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council, Historic Downtown Port Clinton art galleries and venues have united to form Art Walk, a free downtown art celebration, on the fourth Thursday of each month beginning on May 23, 2013 from 5 pm until 8 pm.
Tue May 07, 2013
Port Clinton lawyer fills elections board opening
Secretary of State Jon Husted has appointed Port Clinton lawyer Adrienne Hines to a seat on the Ottawa County Board of Elections.
Mon May 06, 2013
Ottawa County - Demolition work on course to meet goal
After a delayed start due to having to cut through more red tape than originally expected, Ottawa Residential Services, Inc.
Sun May 05, 2013
ODOT to fill old mine with grout
Two years after stringing sensors under a part of State Rt. 2 that passes over an abandoned gypsum mine, the Ohio Department of Transportation plans to start a more permanent cure for the risk that the old tunnel might collapse someday.
Thu May 02, 2013
One injured in lot collision
A Port Clinton man was taken to Magruder Hospital after an accident Thursday afternoon at one of the county's busiest intersections.
Terra students are recognized
Terra State Community College honored many students at the second Student Recognition Banquet on April 24 at the college.
Wed May 01, 2013
Donation means regular fireworks are good to go
Thanks to fundraising and a last-minute donation, this year's Independence Day fireworks will be the same as in years past -- a 22-minute, $8,000 display.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Oak Harbor: A good cause at the fairgrounds
The Ottawa County Fairgrounds is the place to be this weekend. There is something for everyone.
4/30/2013 - Save $92,330 in Workers' Comp Payments? You Bet
The landscape/lawn service industry can be a dangerous place to work. We drive trucks with heavy loads, work with power tools that cut, shred, dig and load - and the days are often long, hot and arduous.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Fireworks fundraiser raffle ends at midnight tonight
Midnight is the deadline for purchasing raffle tickets to benefit the Independence Day Celebration -- and the length of the fireworks show depends on how much money is raised.
Danbury students churn out winning messages on recycling
The two fifth-graders, Madelynne Schurdell, 11, and Zin Yadana Oo, 11, were two of three winners in the annual three-county Ottawa, Sandusky, Seneca Joint Solid Waste District billboard contest.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Catharine Hadley: Quiet time before 'season' can be nice
Friday was a hectic day to be a news reporter. However, I felt a moment of peace while I was driving.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Charter captains help with Lake Erie water testing
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Bodies of father, daughter found after 20 days missing
The bodies of a father and daughter who'd been missing since April 6 were found Friday in Lake Erie - one on a breakwall near Cedar Point, the other floating miles offshore.
Oak Harbor bank names new president
Dean D. Davis has been chosen president of the board of Indebancorp, the parent company of National Bank of Ohio.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Softball: Port Clinton 6, Huron 2
Kate Muller went the distance striking out six in a 6-2 win over SBC foe Huron Friday.
Wrongful death suit filed on behalf of Amy Ross
A pair of Port Clinton attorneys representing the estate and family of a woman shot to death in Carroll Township on March 27 has filed a wrongful death suit against her estranged husband, Randy J. Ross.