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Shoreline fishermen are a big part of fishing industry
portion of Lake Erie shoreline, Lichtkoppler said. Local ones included Camp Perry in Erie Township, Catawba Island State Park, the Sandusky Bay Bridge Access in Danbury Township and Dempsey State Fishing Access in Danbury Township. Most shoreline anglers who 10:27 AM from Port Clinton News Herald Read more »
Gochenour, Clifford E.
Lynch, Petersburg, MI; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Ron and Lyn Lake, Lakeside, OH; sister-in-law, Diane (Bill) Kleinfelter, Sandusky, OH; brother-in-law, Greg (Karen) Lake, Toledo, OH. He was preceded in death by his parents. A Visitation will be held 6:14 AM from Port Clinton News Herald Read more »
Murphy, Thomas L.
Oak Harbor, a life member of Findlay Moose, life member of Port Clinton V.F.W ., Life member of the Vermilion Am. Vets, life member of Sandusky American Legion and a life member of the Fremont Eagles. Surviving are his wife: Shirley; son: Thomas (Brandi) Murphy 6:14 AM from Port Clinton News Herald Read more »
Sandusky infant stabbed to death
— An 11-week-old infant is dead following a chaotic situation at a Dewey Street home, Sandusky police went to the home after a 911 hang-up call at 11:30 p.m. Thursday night. When police arrived, Denzel M. Castile, cousin of the infant, Athena Castile, grabbed 5/17/13 from The News-Herald Read more »
Little cemetery holds a lot of history
released and married. Reputed to be the first white settlers in Ohio, the Whittakers operated successful trading posts along the Sandusky River and were influential with the Indians and linked to both the British and the American defenders of the area. But from Port Clinton News Herald Read more »