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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

*Info sought on man's death

*Class of '89 wants your vote in 2007

*Perkins Twp. insurer to pay legal fees for Dwelle suit

*Is it a stretch to say Tribe to go all the way?

*Fourth woman claims abuse by retired Sandusky doctor

*Can you deer me now? maybe not so good

Local

*Church gives a little touch of comfort

*Coast Guard: Speer should not have been on water

*Huron County hopes to connect with Hispanic people living there

*Woman racks up fines, license suspension for 12 violations

*Routine traffic stop nets weapons charges

*Levy is 'going to make or break us'

*Rothey: Sandusky school levy deserves support

*Perkins seeking 2-mill levy renewal

*Clyde establishes police training fund

*Two men suspected of planning attack

*Limited cleanup needed at Plum Brook reactor

*Hafner recovering after serious accident

*Sick raccoon killed by officer

*Man charged with DUI, endangerment

*Woman sitting in van charged with DUI

*Man charged with assault, damaging

*Margaretta schools OK online payments, new bus

ViewPoint

*We'd love to have baseball camp

*Another voice

*You said it

*Election forum

Sports

*Wedge awarded for his faith in Indians

*Sabathia looking for redemption

*Lerner relishing Browns solid start

*Warner breaks school record in Trucker win

*Lofton savors role as leader, and so does Cleveland

*Rockies lay out plan for getting rest and avoiding the rust

*Cavs giving Jones a chance to shine

*Lady Eagles outlast Seneca East

*Stars beat Jackets in shootout

*Crafton ready for Martinsville

*Twice knocked down, Cabrera rallies for victory

*South Florida pulls off football miracle

*Buckeyes, Michigan lead Big Ten, as usual

*No one knows if Hart will play

*Holmgren not a fan of TV's intrusions

*Holmes another step closer to NFL