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Search for 2 missing Lake Erie boaters delayed
A state agency says it had to postpone a planned search in western Lake Erie for two boaters who disappeared days ago PORT CLINTON, Ohio -- A state agency says it had to postpone a planned search in western Lake Erie for two boaters who disappeared days ago with two others whose bodies have been recovered.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Tennis: Port Clinton 3, St. Mary CC 2
1, and Jeff Griffin, No. 2, both won their singles matches in straight sets to help lead the Redskins to a team win over SBC rival St. Mary Central Catholic on Thursday.
Man charged with bomb threat, smoke shop robbery
The man charged with robbing a smoke shop April 1 was indicted Thursday on charges of making a bomb threat to Port Clinton High School as a diversion for the robbery.
Man charged with collecting dead wife's disability checks
A city man was charged Thursday with cashing his wife's disability checks for more than three years after she died.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Optimism, support help Port Clinton teen fight cancer
As Chase Cortez lined up with his classmates on the last day of school for an awards assembly, he suddenly became weak and collapsed.
Port Clinton DECA fundraising underway
Four students are attending the International Career Development Conference in Atlanta May 2 through 7 and many members will attend the DECA Summer Leadership Retreat on July 11 through 14. Both events need support to help defray overall costs.
Where to GO listing April 17
Free. FRIDAY GOOD FRIDAY FISHING, 8 a.m. until dark, White Star Quarry, 5013 County Road 65, Gibsonburg.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Grease fire causes heavy kitchen damage to home
No one was hurt after a grease fire ignited a kitchen Tuesday evening at a Sixth Street home, Port Clinton fire Chief Kent Johnson said.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Ida Rupp Library asks citizens to vote 'yes' on levy
Bright pink signs with a figure reading on them have been popping up around Port Clinton in preparation for a levy for the city's local library.
Oak Harbor turning over right to extend sewer lines
The move is being made on behalf of a request from the City of Port Clinton, which is looking to accept waste from the privately-owned Port Clinton Landfill, according to Randy Genzman, Oak Harbor's interim administrator.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Entries sought for Walleye Festival parade
This year's Walleye Festival Grande Parade will be presented by the Civilian Marksmanship Program, and will be at 1 p.m. May 24. Back by popular demand, this year's parade route brings spectators even closer to the Walleye Festival and through the center of historic downtown.
Easter tradition on courthouse lawn
Hundreds of area children got a week's head start Sunday on the upcoming Easter holiday, as they took part in the city's annual Easter egg hunt at the Ottawa County Courthouse.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
PRIMER: What is State Issue One?
State Issue One Language: "To fund public infrastructure capital improvements by permitting the issuance of general obligation bonds" What it would do: Reauthorize the state to issue bonds to pay for construction on local roads, bridges and water-supply systems.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Port Clinton businesses are soaring
The business outlook in Port Clinton is soaring this spring, as demonstrated by the Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce awards dinner on Thursday evening.
Woman charged in crash with police car
The woman who crashed a car into a police cruiser Wednesday on Fulton Street was highly impaired and faces multiple charges related to the incident, authorities said.
Liberty Aviation Museum countersues marina
The counterclaim, filed in response to Treasure Cove's lawsuit filed against the museum last week, asks for about $330,000 in damages and $300,000 for loss of income.
Police arrest man who admitted to smoke shop robbery
The man who admitted to robbing a smoke shop with a baseball bat last week was arrested Wednesday and charged with the crime.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
PCHS Chinese teacher shares experiences
Among the German, French and Spanish classes taught in high schools across the country, there is a language being taught at Port Clinton High School that may surprise you -- Chinese.
Electrify Your Strings coming to Port Clinton
The Mark Wood Experience/Electrify Your Strings workshop is coming to the Port Clinton City Schools orchestra program to work with the students and engage them in a two-day workshop.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
For the record: Caller reports man pulls knife on her
ARRESTED * A 27-year-old Ravenna man was arrested by the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office on a warrant.