This week on Between the Lines, Matt Westerhold sits down for a conversations with Sandusky schools superintendent Tom Tucker.


Last night I exercised for the first time in a week. I guess I caught the bug that has been making lots of people sick.  Needless to say, I didn’t eat right either.

Carla, Derek and I met with Brandi on Friday for our third set of monthly photos and interviews.  It was great to hear how well things have been going for the two of them, as well as hearing that they are working to overcome the challenges that they have faced.

Last week was real hectic; trying to stay focused with school and trying to do my best at work.  I went to the gym a total of three days, ate one or two meals a day with a lot of snacking, but all I wanted to do was sleep. Can you say stress overload!?

Freegal, a music service offered by Sandusky Library that provides three free MP3 songs a week to all library card holders, has always been a nice deal.

Congressional candidate Graham Veysey was our guest for a one-on-one interview with Matt Westerhold.

Watch the interview in the player below


This week on Five Points with Emil and Andy, the reporters talk about their Chasing the President project and who in history they would want to interview.

Former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson, 59, didn't get much traction in his race for the Republican nomination for president. He was excluded from most of the debates.

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. This is Ida's tale.

Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur was our guest for a one-on-one interview with Matt Westerhold this week.

Watch the interview in the player below


Without names, phone numbers or any specific sense of direction, I dove into two separate political mazes Tuesday afternoon.

I immediately hit bottom on both fronts. 

Boy, the holidays can really sneak up on you and one that may not be high on everyone's list is Fat Tuesday. The holiday snuck up on Common Grounds Coffee House owners Robin and John Bennett as well.

Our first FIT Challenge was a great success! It was hosted at my gym, Bodi N Balance.  We were to go 1,000 meters on the Indo Row. 

This week didn’t get off to too rousing a start, as I was unable to get to the gym on Monday due to conferences at school. 

I know some people were worried about me last week, but I am back stronger and better than ever. Every one can see my progress in today's issue of the Sandusky Register. 

Fremont resident Troy Lewis, alive today because of a stranger's kidney donation, is sharing his story in his new book, "Another Second Chance ... God's Story."