Today's Headlines

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Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010



If you aren't  a Register subscriber, you're not getting the whole story.  Here's what's in today's paper.

Front Page

*Perry's monument damage worse than expected

*Driven by faith: Sister retires after 55 years

*Bricks fall from Reiger building

*Cedar Fair revenue up, attendance down in second quarter

*Captain cited in boating accident

*Thieves know which siding their bread is buttered on


*'He was my heart and soul'

*Victims' advocate to head United Way

*United Way agencies plan changes

*Redfern's fiancé got campaign cash

*Hybrid drivers push Kaptur on gas mileage bill

*Driver in crash, chase evaluated for trial

*Huron County voters to decide on new home for health dept.

*Illinois man found guilty of three sex crime charges

*Driver of stolen car runs away after crashing it

*Sheriff: drowning victim died trying stunt

*Port Clinton woman will help oversee Ohio workers' comp

*Few take advantage of union exemption

*The house that Grace built


*When politics get too personal

*FEMA's perfect storm

*Reader Forum


*Frye looking to KO competition

*Awards fete ends LEJGA's 21st year

*Elite teams will compete in Dawg Days tourney

*Tribe stumble against Rangers

*Yankees hit eight homers in win over Chicago

*Galloway Brothers finishes third at Mid-Ohio tourney

*Travis Whipple wins tennis tournament

*Pelz Lettering goes 11-1, wins Girl Scout Mini crown

*Bores wins goalie war

*Culpepper signs with Raiders

*Garnett traded to Boston

*Tribe fails to bolster bullpen before deadline

*Gagne, Teixerira traded away as deadline passes

Read these stories and more in our e*Paper and today's Register.