Between the Lines went on the road for this week's edition, but not too far. We interviewed Cedar Point vice president and general manager John Hildebrandt. We also interviewed Ohio Fraternal Order of Police president Jay McDonald about officer safety and Senate Bill 5.
Sandusky native Jay Cooke didn't win the Civil War by himself, but he did contribute to the Union's victory by helping to finance the North's war effort, according to "The Battle Cry of Freedom," the Pulitzer Prize-winning history of war by James McPherson.
This past week went pretty good. Tuesday, the 19th I worked out with Derek Nimrichter. We did some different things, like a drill that I had to do six different exercises in a row from 10 all the way down to one; it was rough but I got though it.