John Paul Morrow sent a letter to the editor on Monday in response to Sunday's "Between the Lines" column, "Grubbe's special club." Morrow, who has been closely affiliated with the Erie County Tea Party, makes some interesting points on a number of topics, including my perspective on the Fox News

Just two days after President Barack Obama’s stop on Ohio’s North Coast, Sandusky will be visited by another person of celebrity status. Granted, she’s nowhere near as important a figure in shaping our world, but she probably carries a tune better than the president does. (No offense, Sir.)

Sara Smith about sent a message using the contact form at sanduskyregister.com/contact/contact_us.

Something truly magical happened yesterday, we got to be a part of history. I have been reading the comments posted on each article and they upset me.

Excerpt from Westerhold's Between the Lines column in the Sunday Register, July 8, 2012:

Power has a way of demanding recognition. 

This week on the Herbal Collections blog, Master Herbalist Mary Colvin writes about the burdock plant.

Hot dog! Cedar Point opens Saturday.

So much to do, see, hear, eat and, of course, ride: Millennium Force, Top Thrill Dragster, Maverick, WildCa...oh.

“QUICK POINTS” FROM THURSDAY, MAY 17, 2012

Overheard at the Park

If you really need another reason to push you over the top in buying a Season Pass or Platinum Pass, this might be it.

For about three minutes Friday, I desperately wished I could speak Japanese.

From the moment I climbed into a Millennium Force train next to a young Japanese man and in front of two others, I mostly missed out on what sounded like a hellaciously fun time.

The Register's Andy Ouriel and Angie Wilhelm were at the Toledo airport where Air Force One landed earlier today, and will be with President Obama's motorcade when it starts heading to Sandusky.

This is a weekly column by Sandusky attorney Dan McGookey, devoted to telling true stories of homeowners who have been victimized by a lending system which makes it profitable to foreclose. The names used have been changed for privacy purposes.

The winners of this year's Fourth of July Photo Contest have been announced.

After voting by viewers at sanduskyregister.com the top vote getter was a National Pride photo of the Opening Day of the Cleveland Indians by Tom Theisen titled Star Spangled Banner with Balloons .

On this week's program Matt Westerhold was put on the hot seat as sanduskyregister.com commenter wiredmama interviewed him.

Sandusky Register reporter Andy Ouriel and Chief Photographer Jason Werling were also guests.

Watch the program in the player below

Be sure to be at sanduskyregister.com at 1 p.m.

Voting ends at Midnight.

The Sandusky Register's annual Fourth of July Photo Contest is in its final stage and is available for voting in each category.

There were ties for the top ten in some categories and they will have more entries.

Don't miss the last blogs from this round of FIT CHALLENGE contestants as they wrap up their six-month effort to lose weight and get healthy.

You can find their posts at the new firelandsintraining.com, your local resource for healthy living.

It took us two days to drive all of Ohio 4 from Sandusky to Cincinnati. Here's the trip in a little over five minutes.

Click on the player above to watch the video

A special thank you to Victory Honda of Sandusky and Steinemann-Hafner Insurance for their support of this project.