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Hollie Newton
Apr 23, 2013


50 years ago, 1963: Ex-officio Mayor Paul Kimess told the Register he would resign to take a job with the state highway department. In his fourth year as a member of Sandusky's city commission, Kimes left to become claims, safety and public relations executive.

25 years ago, 1988: From the Diary of 75 years ago: August Dahm, 38, and the widow Mrs. Johanna Genofske, 68, were denied a marriage license by Judge Sloane in the Probate Court on account of the great difference in their ages. Dahm said he wanted a wife who could cook. Mrs. Genofske said she wanted a man to work and earn money so he could pay the taxes on her property.  

10 years ago, 2003: Berardi's Family kitchen, Sandusky, became smoke-free, a move motivated by patron requests. The restaurant used to be smoke-free just on Sundays. But most customers didn't want to sit in the smoking section, leaving 20 or so seats empty.



Cougartown is Pekins Township on Saturday nights. Check out some of the bars around 9:30 p.m. and you'll see what I mean.

Licorice Schtick

Nah - It's the NICE places. Cougartown is Downtown Sandusky, by the waterfront. When they go to Crush and Zinc and J and even WS Grill and JB, they get a better grade of meat.


What about Daly's?


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Your wife go out or something?


Voteno--don't know why but I found your comment hilarious!!!!! Thanks for the laugh!


When cornered by a cougar you have to repeatedly stab.


In an in and out motion?