Filed photo by Sandy Minor/Harrison Press: Harrison’s Kaylan Gruber was named the Cincinnati Enquirer first-team all-city in the 100-meter dash, an event that took her to the state finals. In addition, she was named second-team all-city in the 200 meters.

Two recent graduates of Harrison High School were honored Sunday by the Cincinnati Enquirer as they were named first-team all-city by the newspaper. Michael Knollman and Kaylan Gruber received the honors in baseball and track, respectively.

New Vision Church on Carolina Trace Road encourages visitors to “come as you are” but what if you’re a peacock? This feathered friend has been making his way throughout Harrison. He has been spotted by many residents. 

On Thursday, July 9, an ominous hovered cloud above Whitewater Mills LLC on U.S. 52 in West Harrison just outside of Harrison. The sunless sky has become an almost permanent fixture this summer. Rain accumulation is more than 4 inches over the 30 year average.

There’s no denying this has been a wet year, but just how wet were our first days of summer? According to Alan Reppert, meteorologist at AccuWeather, Cincinnati rain accumulation is several inches more than normal. 

Photo by Patricia Huelseman: Ethan Dole stands at the podium and expresses his concerns with the potential location of IKRON at 500 Harrison Avenue at the BZA meeting on June 23. Dole was recently nominated by Mayor Joel McGuire to fill a vacancy on the BZA. His interest in the IKRON facility made councilman Hank Menninger question the nomination.

A vacancy on the Board of Zoning Appeals was filled last Tuesday, July 7, at the city council meeting, but not before a debate ensued over whether or not the nominated individual might have a conflicting interest and should not serve on the BZA. 

The Harrison Junior Baseball U8 team, Harrison Heat, sponsored by Mark Rotert’s Nationwide, won the Cincinnati Knothole D Jr. League Championship on Saturday, June 27th at the Olympian Club. They went 15-0 in their league. Front row from left: C.J. Hunter, Cooper Rotert, Max Welter, Jake Schnell, Oscar Banks, Branten Rehn.

Cecilia Tumlin, Myah Quinlan, Hannah Mayer, and Rebecca Kelhoffer focus on containing their sheep while they listen to instruction at the Hamilton County 4-H Fair on Wednesday, July 15.
Filed photo by Sandy Minor/Harrison Press: Harrison’s Kaylan Gruber was named the Cincinnati Enquirer first-team all-city in the 100-meter dash, an event that took her to the state finals. In addition, she was named second-team all-city in the 200 meters.
On Thursday, July 9, an ominous hovered cloud above Whitewater Mills LLC on U.S. 52 in West Harrison just outside of Harrison. The sunless sky has become an almost permanent fixture this summer. Rain accumulation is more than 4 inches over the 30 year average.
Photo by Patricia Huelseman: Ethan Dole stands at the podium and expresses his concerns with the potential location of IKRON at 500 Harrison Avenue at the BZA meeting on June 23. Dole was recently nominated by Mayor Joel McGuire to fill a vacancy on the BZA. His interest in the IKRON facility made councilman Hank Menninger question the nomination.

Help clean your river

River Sweep clean-up will be held on Saturday, July 25th.  This year’s clean-up location will be in Franklin County at Morgan’s Canoe Center, 7040 Whitewater River Lane, Brookville,  from 9:00am to

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The dispute over Harrison’s refusal to provide sewage to a Jehovah’s Witnesses assembly hall in the Joint Economic Development District has resulted in a magistrate’s decision in favor of the Jehov

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Recent Harrison grad, Elizabeth Salmons was named to the Ohio Center for Law-Related Education 2015 Civics & Law Honor Roll. She was one of only twenty students in Ohio to receive the honor.

Elizabeth Salmons, a recent graduate of Harrison High School was named to the Ohio Center for Law-Related Education (OCLRE) 2015 Civics & Law Honor Roll.