So, three priests walk into Matt Westerhold's office...

...For an appearance on Between the Lines. They discuss their plans to leave the community on upcoming transfers.

 

Boat ride Ocean Motion was on the verge of becoming the most popular attraction at Cedar Point on Monday. At least for a few minutes.

An angry crowd shouted protests Tuesday night as Huron School board members voted 3-2 to suspend superintendent Fred Fox and pursue termination proceedings against him.
A raging fire that caused $250,000 in damage to a Perry Street warehouse Monday could have been much worse, Sandusky firefighters said.
Like a choir of angels, four women surrounded Stein hospice patient Deedy Johnsen with song.
(UPDATED with video) A white Grand Am rolled over into a ditch north of Bell Avenue at about 3:30 p.m. Friday afternoon, seriously injuring the driver.
The Erie County Humane Society features these cats and kittens available for adoption:
A home-schooled Willard boy allegedly shot his mother in the back with a stolen pistol Wednesday, triggering a massive manhunt that ended with the boy's arrest about two hours later.
UPDATED WITH VIDEO A Bowling Green man has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for beating another man and leaving him to die in the woods on South Bass Island last year.
Sandusky Bonsai Club to host it's 38th annual spring show this weekend.
(Updated with audio from school board meeting) It's a fiasco.
(UPDATED WITH VIDEO) Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers are investigating a fatal crash that occurred on Ohio 60 outside Vermilion at 10:21 a.m. Wednesday.
A Norwalk reserve officer and his girlfriend were charged with domestic violence Tuesday following a scratching fight at a Bardwell Road home, an Erie County deputy's report said.
The Erie County Dog Pound has these dogs available for adoption:
(Updated with video) Donna Hensley, a Perkins High School teacher, has gathered 78 percent of her goal to raise $10,000 to research a rare disease that took hold of her younger sister.

Our FIT Challengers competed in their third challenge, this time at NOMS.

At an emotionally charged hearing Tuesday, a judge sentenced a murderous estranged husband to life in prison.

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