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Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

SANDUSKY REGISTER

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

Front Page

*Police release Grant Avenue murder report

*Boating industry thriving in Ohio

*Five cut teachers get new roles in Sandusky system

*Record summer for enrollment at BGSU Firelands

*Restraining orders filed against former deputy

*Marketing tricks a tot's taste buds

Local

*Volunteers work tirelessly for fair

*City manager deadline extended

*DeFazio honored for lifesaving action

*Farrar quits school board, eyes commision seat

*Grant announced for Camp Perry

*Wolf to host fundraising events

*Deadlines loom for Sandusky, Huron races

*August grand jury releases indictments; includes shooting

*Man served with multiple warrants for theft; identity fraud

*Golf cart catches fire

*Rape suspect's bond set at $100,000

*Lawsuit against Columbus Ave. sex offender

*New Jersey couple sues Cedar Fair

*Heritage Society trying to learn about two old buildings

*Fair King, Queen Pageant kicks off

Ohio

*Ohio's first ethanol plants on schedule to open next year

*OSU anonymous tip line uncovers rule breakers

*Remains of family members returned

*Four teens deny charges in stolen-car traffic death

Nation

*Delphi reaches labor deal with 4 more unions

*Six miners trapped in Utah mine

*JFK speaks on nuclear test ban treaty in newly declassified recording

*Child injured on ride at festival

*Flight delay numbers higher this year

*Mortgage company files bankruptcy

ViewPoint

*The inner Hillary

*Bad timing mixed with poor judgement

*House Speaker's race is a fund-raising game

*You said it

Sports

*QB battle up in the air despite first depth chart

*Bucks kick off football practice

*Byrd shuts down twins

*Sparks in Day 1 lead

*Three added to Ohio Golf HOF

*Team USA roughed up by Mexico

*Gordon's behavior spoils stellar weekend

*Soule, Wible lead area golfers

*Wolverines fired up to start practice

*Shullick gets first win at Lorain County

*Co-ed sand volleyball league set

*Browns partner with secondary ticketing website

*Tigers rally to top D-Rays

*Cardinal explode in fifth to roll by Padres

*Glavine part of dying breed

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