This website is now optimized for your mobile phone

Mar 23, 2010


If you've ever thought to yourself, "Gee, I wonder what's happening in my hometown right now," but you weren't near your computer and you left your copy of the Sandusky Register print edition back at Starbuck's, you're in luck. We have just launched a version of the site that is optimized for your mobile phone. You can reach it by going to

This is a bit of a test case, and we'll be going into wider launch later this week, but I encourage you to check it out and let us know what you think, either by commenting here or by using the form here.



Mr. White, Are the powers-that-be ever going to allow you to write thought provoking and sometimes controversial pieces again?

I surmised that your outside the box thinking was a bit unorthodox for the "╦ťgenteel' sensibilities of the locales and created a career backlash.

How's the traffic to the on-line edition of the SR? I see increasingly more print editions of magazines going totally web-based. Do you ever see this happening to your family of newspapers?

I know and can imagine that the negative blog comments are often a problem for the paper, but can't this be used as some indicator of interest? Isn't some interest preferable to little or none?


Its nice to see a local business being on the cutting edge. This is a great upgrade in your service for those of us constantly on the run.


I tried to access it on my mobile phone and takes me to a log in screen for Zebra something. I tried the log in that I use for my e-paper but it says not valid. Maybe I misunderstood that the link on this page is the only working "test" and cannot access it on your phone yet?


Worked for me just fine on the iphone. Very lean and clean, made for a decent mobile browsing experience.


Got it, I added the "www" when I tried the first time. Works geat now. I added it to my bookmarks. Cant wait till Funcoast goes mobile.