We owe our veterans and troops a big thank you for all their service, sacrifice and strength. We will salute them in a special section Wednesday, May 18, in The Harrison Press and Thursday, May 19, in The Dearborn County Register and The Rising Sun Recorder.

The Flag Club at Harrison High School came up with several design concepts for the new City of Harrison flag and presented those designs before the City Council at the community center on Tuesday, April 19.

Captain Jack Tremain and Chief Darryl Haussler

Jack Tremain has risen up through the ranks in two police departments to recently become a Captain for the second time in his career.

On Thursday, April 14 at 10:30 a.m. the Harrison Police department opened their doors for some interested people to see what goes on inside police headquarters.

The Harrison Ladycats softball team fell to one of the best teams in southeast Indiana on Saturday as Franklin County’s Kam McCool tossed a no hitter in the 4-0 win for Franklin County. McCool struck out 14 Harrison batters.

Many Harrison High School students sorted and bagged over 15,000 cans of food that were collected from all Crosby, Harrison, Miamitown, and Whitewater Valley Elementary Schools, as well as the Junior School and high school. This was the most successful food to date.

Captain Jack Tremain and Chief Darryl Haussler

Kilby still closed

Kilby Road, between Dry Fork Road and Interstate 275 in Whitewater Township willremain closed until at least Saturday, May 7, for bridge maintenance and storm sewer installation.

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The Flag Club at Harrison High School came up with several design concepts for the new City of Harrison flag and presented those designs before the City Council at the community center o