Voting closed - Help us choose the Top 10 stories of the year

Each year we ask readers to help us choose the Top 10 stories of the year. There are 20 options below. The 10 stories with the most votes by Wednesday, Dec. 26, will be featured in the Dec. 30 edition of the Sandusky Register.

Cedar Point announces the GateKeeper rollercoaster, removes Space Spiral and Disaster Transport.
4% (5 votes)
New leadership in top local industries (Cedar Fair, hospitals, etc.)
1% (2 votes)
Rash of murders in Sandusky — seven in 2012.
15% (21 votes)
President Barack Obama becomes first president since Truman to visit Sandusky.
9% (13 votes)
A woman and her two children were killed in a triple homicide on John Street. Curtis Clinton is charged.
16% (22 votes)
Huron schools superintendent Fred Fox is dismissed in an ongoing saga with the school board.
2% (3 votes)
Child abuse and child death cases (Owen Baker killed, Logan Wilson beaten, Vermilion malnutrion death)
1% (1 vote)
New tests by the U.S. EPA at former Whirlpool Park create new chapter in the Clyde-area childhood cancer cluster investigation.
4% (6 votes)
Bellevue High School football team goes to state finals.
26% (36 votes)
Perkins schools coach Chris Smith dies in car crash.
2% (3 votes)
Sandusky County jail guards dismissed after they taunt mentally ill female inmate.
0% (0 votes)
A heated rift among parishioners at Ebenezer Baptist Church over an expensive building addition.
1% (1 vote)
Kevin Randleman pleas guilty, is sentenced to life in prison for slaying Sandusky police officer Andrew Dunn.
10% (14 votes)
Conagra disappears from Huron's cityscape, ongoing plans and development progress in the community.
0% (0 votes)
Family fights for answers in the investigation into the Jacob Limberios shooting death.
1% (1 vote)
Troubled cops (Sandusky police love triangle, Showalter gun incident downtown, Barker drunken driving incident, etc.)
1% (2 votes)
Weird and wild weather, climate change (Superstorm Sandy, microburst storm damage and drought)
1% (2 votes)
Most incumbents re-elected, general election results.
0% (0 votes)
Sandusky schools — New leader, new levy and new union contract.
2% (3 votes)
I have another choice, which I'll share in the comments.
3% (4 votes)
Total votes: 139



So are they done voting now? Or are they going to extend it again?