On March 19, the day Officer Andrew Dunn was killed, I told myself that his death could have one of two effects on the town that I have made a home and a town I love to work in every day. Sandusky would either come closer together or grow further apart.
Well, this week I lost a bunch of weight, but it was not for a good reason. I only ate one meal from Saturday morning to Monday night. I wasn't hungry because I lost a good friend and a fellow law enforcement officer, Andy Dunn.
This past week was OK. Monday the 14th, my personal trainer Trevor Tieche had a workout planned for me at the one of the parks in downtown Sandusky but due to a yoga conference, we were not able to work out.
I'm kinda at a standstill with my weight. I weighed out March 14 at 266 pounds. I really worked hard playing racquetball and basketball along with my Monday and Friday workouts but didn't seem to lose much weight.
As you have probably seen on YouTube or any other video recap shows, not everything can go smoothly when trying to broadcast from various venues. Sports reporter Mike Truax and I had a very buzzing experience in Columbus.
Erie County fans of the "The Supernatural," a weekly drama on the CW network about a pair of brothers who battle monsters across the U.S., got an extra treat last weekend: This time, the monsters are targeting Sandusky.
Well, I witnessed history this past weekend while I was in Columbus for the State Wrestling Tournament. Congratulations to the boys from Monroeville on their 4peat. They have been a real treat to watch.