September 16, 2014

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  • Girls soccer undefeated

    The Harrison Ladycats soccer team kept its undefeated string alive last week with a 5-0 win over Little Miami that coach Troy Kinnett believes displayed the depth his team has this season. “I think our depth wore them down,” said Kinnett. The Ladyca...
  • Donate to Century of Excellence

    Platinum Wildcat: $10,000Life-time season pass, spiritwear, annual booster membership, stadium donor wall.Gold Wildcat: $5,000Three year season pass, spiritwear, annual booster membership, stadium donor wall.Silver Wildcat: $2,500Two year season pass, spi...
  • TV police are not coming despite slick campaign

    If you have been watching local TV stations recently you may have seen a spot urging you to contact your federal elected officials and tell them not to take away your “free over-the-air TV channels.” These slick spots tout the benefits of free broadc...
  • Over there, and over here: a study in connectivity

    We go about our daily lives, often paying little attention to the world around us. After all, we are safe at home, nestled in our American domiciles, protected, so we convince ourselves, from the ugly realities that plague the deteriorating Middle East, t...
  • Just so long as the fries are hot, I won’t mind

      McDonald’s recently announced the hiring of a vice president of digital. Julia Vander Ploeg left Ticketmaster and joined the food chain to work on customer engagement, e-commerce, service delivery, and digital content. The service delivery aspect c...
  • Tamed now, but river menaced city back in day

    One would never know it today, as they drive down State Street in Harrison, that since the establishment of the village, the normally tranquil Whitewater River would frequently make her way up into town. As shown in this week’s article photograph from ...
  • Victories all around for girls tennis

    The Harrison Ladycats tennis team opened the Southwest Ohio Conference portion of their season last week on the right note as they defeated Ross by a score of 4-1. Harrison nearly swept the Rams, losing the fifth match in three sets.   ...
  • Humidity killed the Cats

    The Harrison cross country teams ran through dense humidity on Saturday morning at the Lakota East Invitational and coach Jon Mottsinger reports the results were not what the boys’ and girls’ teams had been hoping for.“We’ve set some high goals fo...
  • Golfing girls lose against Oak Hills

    The Harrison Ladycats golf team received a “wake-up call” from Oak Hills last week in the forms of a 169-212 loss at Neumann Golf Course, according to Harrison coach Bryan Carr. “We had three girls in the low 50s and each of them was one hole away ...
  • Budget stories are like eating your vegetables

    Do budget stories bore you? I hope so. Writing budget stories is tough sledding, and they rarely present the complete picture. They are not as thorough as audits, which, by the way, don’t always present the complete picture either. Budget stories also...
  • Pomp and circumstance of high school football

    Titles, like headlines, go a long way toward selling the content inside. There are no guarantees that having a great title for a book or a movie will attract customers, but a lousy title will certainly keep people from spending time, and money to check ou...
  • Labor Day explodes us into another season

    Well Labor Day weekend is upon us.  The traditional end of summer picnics, college football begins and reality sets in on the Reds’ chances.The holiday was originally proposed in the 1880s to honor the workers, but most celebrations of workers are held...
  • Wildcats win football border war by 4 points

    Harrison Wildcats football coach Kent McCullough is a relative newcomer to the Harrison/East Central rivalry, but he knows a typical Wildcats/Trojans matchup when he sees one and last Friday’s 21-17 win for the Cats was one of them. “It was a typical...
  • Greatest comeback coach has seen in 18 years

    The Harrison Ladycats volleyball team had a terrific five-set win over Glen Este in the opening match of the season, that Harrison coach Amy Berwanger said included the biggest comeback in a set that she has seen in her 18 years at Harrison. In the third...
  • Cats football coach sizes up competition

    Somewhere down the line, if the Harrison Wildcats have the kind of season coach Kent McCullough expects, the Cats could face the Loveland Tigers in a playoff game. There are 10 regular season games before that can possibly happen, though, but if it does ...
  • Successful start for Ladycats soccer season

    For the first time in three years, the Harrison Ladycats have opened the soccer season with a pair of victories. Harrison defeated Glen Este in the opener, 2-1, and then dominated Hamilton by a score of 7-1. “We’re definitely off to a good start,”...
  • Golfing girls lose against Oak Hills

    The Harrison Ladycats golf team received a “wake-up call” from Oak Hills last week in the forms of a 169-212 loss at Neumann Golf Course, according to Harrison coach Bryan Carr. “We had three girls in the low 50s and each of them was one hole away ...
  • Church, donors ensure kids have supplies for start of school year

    “If we all do a little, it becomes a lot: if we all do our part it becomes huge!”Those are the words of Pastor Don Combs and the impetus for Church On Fire’s Highlighters’ annual program through which hundreds of Southwest School District kids rec...
  • City budget improves vs. 1st half of ‘13

    Tight management and increased income has put Harrison in a better fiscal position through the first half of this year compared to mid-year 2013. Nevertheless, fiscal officials insist the services levy for fire and police must be passed to prevent more l...
  • Football boys hit the field in full pads

    Harrison Wildcats football coach Kent McCullough is more used to smoldering weather for two-a-day practices in August, so he believes the members of the 2014 team have had it easy thus far. But as hitting and full pads were allowed on Saturday, the intens...