Lariat artist Doug Smith, otherwise known as Cowboy Doug, seized, or perhaps lassoed the attention of all the cowboys and cowgirls in training at the Harrison Branch Library on Sat. March 21. The children, and parents alike, watched as Cowboy Doug artfully spun his various ropes. Later, they got a turn to try it themselves.

Ghouls and ghosts aren’t the only things resurrecting this coming October, the Minges Pumpkin Fest also will return at a new location, under the ownership and name of the Weber family. 

Now called the Minges and Weber Family Pumpkin Festival, the event will be Oct. 17 and 18 at  Weber’s Farm on Kilby Road. 

 

The Harrison Ladycats basketball team may not have been the most successful team in school history while on the court, but in the classroom they have done something no other Harrison team has done in the sport. 

What Mayor Joel McGuire believes to be one of the biggest single donations to the Mayor’s Fund was happily received by McGuire on March 17 at Remke Market. Steph Boyce stands beside Judy Plogsted who offers the $2,500 donation on behalf of the Harrison Remke Market.

Mark House gave members and guests of Shaker Farms Garden Club a fabulous tour of Krohn Conservatory

Wednesday, February 25.

Outside was covered with snow but inside was teeming with warmth and a huge variety of plants, from the succulent house to the new spring flower display.

Harrison has recently been rated one of the top ten cities for young families in Ohio. 

In an article published by NerdWallet, a company “focused on helping people lead better lives through financial education and empowerment,” the City of Harrison was named number nine on a list of top cities for young families in Ohio.

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 The following legal actions were filed in Hamilton County courts and previously published in the Cincinnati Court Index.

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Lariat artist Doug Smith, otherwise known as Cowboy Doug, seized, or perhaps lassoed the attention of all the cowboys and cowgirls in training at the Harrison Branch Library on Sat.

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Harrison students are taking their language skills outside the classroom.. On June 22, twenty -five students from Harrison High School will be traveling to Spain and Italy.