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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

*Better wear more than paint

*Bay Watch

*Cedar Fair might sell park to 49ers

*Wolf: I'm out

*Baseball strikes out in Yorkshire

*Custom chocolates to be made in Sandusky

Local

*Sy Murray takes heat in city manager search

*Fire prevention week already in full swing

*Landlords threaten tenants for a vote 'no' on school levy

*City now says 'no' to police dept. Tahoe

*City still wants legislation on pit bulls

*Port Clinton man pleads not guilty

*Citizens Bank taking over Miami Valley

*Ashford Park vote explained

*Fiscal officer resigns as cemetary sexton

*Police committee member questions Dwelle on statements, lawsuits

*Ohio governor calls on lendors to help cut foreclosures

*Grand jury indicts several men for sex crimes, fraud

*Bad check charge dropped

*Car dealer faces up to 21 years in prison

*Juveniles lead police on foot chase

*Convenience store robbed at gunpoint

*Airport only part of Plum Brook possibilities

*Ferry service signs to change on Ohio 2

*Middle Bass Island gets new/old fire truck

ViewPoint

*Life is the dance, not the finish line

*Frank and open on the waterfront

*Reader Forum

Sports

*Tribe basking in glow of victory

*Gibson starts audition at point guard

*Fliers move up in computer poll

*Nice night for seniors at Huron

*Chapman's spirit perhaps giving Indians a lift

*Red Sox move Schilling up to pitch Game 2 against Cleveland

*Ladies in Blue win NOL championship

*Bulls get by Bucks

*Tough day for girls at district

*Scoreboard playoff decides super scramble

*Lady Streaks fourth at Harding Invite

*Wrays take third at racquetball nationals

*Tigers win SBC tiyle outright

*Lady Fliers win SBC jayvee title

*Steve Schoewe rolls 300-800