5:16 PM Sep 19, 2014

I just read the school report cards data in the Register (Sept. 13). Four points out of 24 for Sandusky Schools. Really?

2:50 PM Sep 17, 2014

Those of us living in Erie County have much to be proud of and appreciate. We behold our beautiful lakeshore, realize the economic benefits of our amusement park and resorts and, most considerably, we have the privilege of enjoying the many wonderful aspects of Erie County MetroParks.

7:59 PM Sep 15, 2014

I often wonder what we have learned.

We often say history always repeats itself. History can only repeat itself if we don’t learn from the first time.

1:48 PM Sep 15, 2014

The most commendable gift for special needs students from the area (during Victory Day in Huron) was an overwhelming jubilation given from the hearts of the Huron and St. Mary football teams, cheerleaders and band members.

8:57 AM Sep 15, 2014

How long is the wind industry going to be carried on the backs of the American taxpayers?

3:32 PM Sep 12, 2014
I live in Greenwich Township, in Huron County. I wish to state my opposition to the pending Greenwich Wind Park LLC project.
9:31 PM Sep 10, 2014

Everyone who has kept up with the news is aware of the rise of ISIS.

It’s also been reported that ISIS is well financed.

We are all aware of the rise in heroin use.

12:12 PM Sep 8, 2014

Erie County Fair Board, wise up. A veteran or senior citizen is the same age all day long, not until 4 p.m. Admission at Huron County Fair is a penny all day.

Seneca and Sandusky fairs are $2 all day. Some veterans and seniors work and can’t make the 4 p.m. deadline.

11:20 AM Sep 8, 2014

I have prided myself on being objective and respecting the thoughts and comments of others, for I myself am far from perfection, but I must take offense to the column by Mark Mix titled “It’s Labor Day, Not Union Day” (Regi

7:28 PM Sep 1, 2014

With 20 counties comprising Ohio’s Great Lakes Region, the state has an abundance of shoreline — over 300 miles.

These places where land meets water are special, offering people areas to play, contemplate and appreciate the natural world.

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