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Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

SANDUSKY REGISTER

Here's a list of stories in today's Sandusky Register.  A complete version of today's paper is also available online right now.

Front Page

*Son charged in Clyde house fire

*Battery Park will benefit, city promises at public forum

*First look at top six

*The nuke plant in my backyard

Local

*Thunderhawk takes flight: Michigan's Adventure to get Geauga Lake coaster

*Yacht Club calls mailing illegal

*Inmate's suicide attempt costs country $1,300

*PTO: Margaretta's new busing system is working well

*Rep. Barrett bares all on computer, then apologizes

*Baptist Church Temple site is sold

*Norwalk pays $5K for Spin-to-Win lawsuit insurance

*Clyde council pursues engineering services for a new water line

*Investigation yields large drug bust on Camp

*Domestic trial underway for Vermilion man

*Jury awards injured man $15,000

*Two men plead innocent in car wash break-in

*Several area speed limits change

*Teen charged with vehicular homicide

*Absentee voting begins for local elections

*Temporary fix approved for flooding problem on Morton

ViewPoint

*Discrimination, that's what it is

*Free Speech: You get what you pay for

*Reader Forum

Sports

*Trio of SBC girls golf squads reach district

*Lady Pirates winners on senior night

*Huron falls one spot in ratings

*Tribe not worrying about woes vs. Yankees

*Sabathia becomes an ace for Tribe

*Focus on Rodriguez for the Yankees

*Blackwood takes 1st at John Speer Invite

*Lifting together as a family

*Blasters beat Bay Village

*Port Clinton clinches share of SBC crown

*Norwalk girls in control in Northern Ohio League race

*Girls tennis sectionals all ready to start Thursday

*Sandusky boys soccer beats Sycamore Mohawk

*After all the upsets, OSU finds itself at No. 4

*Flier boys, Panther girls take first in tri-meet

*Indy 500 winner will make stock car debut