Quinten Richardson, 6, and his dad, Jake Richardson, show the largemouth bass they caught during a fishing tournament at Miami Whitewater Forest.

The Great Parks of Hamilton County’s fourth annual Bass Series at Miami Whitewater Forest Lake, Harrison, involved something bigger than anglers boasting about the fish they hooked.

Saturday, July 9, was all about prayer and honoring a young boy in his battle against leukemia, something not normally seen at a fishing tournament.

Supporting life in all of its stages. This is the vision of Reach Out Pregnancy Center.

More to the point, “To save a life of a child, transform “at-risk” families into thriving families, bring the Gospel the to parents, and to do it again tomorrow” is the center’s mission, said Executive Director Jamie Mather.

Boy Scout Troop 350 from Delhi recently enjoyed a day of fun and learning at Cincinnati Aeromodelers Club. Front row, from left, kneeling: E. Wildenmann and T. Bradley. Middle: R. Schmalz, A. Smith, and C. Ruhe. Back: Doug Galbraith, Michael Mahan, M. Bill, J. Bill  and Ken Yaeger.

The Cincinnati Aeromodeler’s Club recently hosted a day of airplane education and hands-on training by welcoming members of Boy Scout Troop 350 from Delhi for its Boy Scout Fun Fly Day.

Cindy Banta Ward/The Harrison Press: Harrison Mayor William Neyer, left, was given a welcomed surprise by Commander Jerry Wilson of Yeager-Benson Memorial Legion Post No. 199 during the Tuesday, July 5, Harrison City Council meeting. With fellow legion officers in attendance, Wilson presented Neyer with a $10,000 donation for the Harrison Mayor’s Fund.

Harrison Mayor William Neyer was given a nice surprise by Commander Jerry Wilson of Yeager-Benson Memorial Legion Post No. 199 during the Tuesday, July 5, Harrison City Council meeting. With fellow legion officers in attendance, Wilson presented Neyer with a $10,000 donation for the Harrison Mayor’s Fund.

 Eric L. Conner, a Harrison native and graduate of  Harrison High School, sworn in as a police officer.

Mayor William Neyer has been very busy with the swearing in of police officers lately, some promoted, as well as those recently hired by the Harrison Police Department. The Tuesday, June 21, 2016 Harrison City Council meeting was no exception.

Harrison police have made arrests in connection with about 25 car burglaries in downtown Harrison and surrounding areas.

Harrison residents Justin Miller, 26; Jessica Mock, 23; and Melvin Miller, 32, and Colerain Township resident Timothy Kidd, 26, were arrested June 20.

Quinten Richardson, 6, and his dad, Jake Richardson, show the largemouth bass they caught during a fishing tournament at Miami Whitewater Forest.
Boy Scout Troop 350 from Delhi recently enjoyed a day of fun and learning at Cincinnati Aeromodelers Club. Front row, from left, kneeling: E. Wildenmann and T. Bradley. Middle: R. Schmalz, A. Smith, and C. Ruhe. Back: Doug Galbraith, Michael Mahan, M. Bill, J. Bill  and Ken Yaeger.
Cindy Banta Ward/The Harrison Press: Harrison Mayor William Neyer, left, was given a welcomed surprise by Commander Jerry Wilson of Yeager-Benson Memorial Legion Post No. 199 during the Tuesday, July 5, Harrison City Council meeting. With fellow legion officers in attendance, Wilson presented Neyer with a $10,000 donation for the Harrison Mayor’s Fund.
 Eric L. Conner, a Harrison native and graduate of  Harrison High School, sworn in as a police officer.

Sports Notes 7-27-16

Harrison’s Mitchell Hogue added an additional honor to his storied high school athletic career last week when The Cincinnati Enquirer announced its all-city team and the Harrison infielder was name

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Triple Cats Bar & Grille, Harrison, was named a second quarter Clean Kitchen Award winner by Hamilton County Public Health.

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Miami University students from Harrison who are ranked in the top 3 percent of undergraduate students within each division for second semester 2015-16 have been named to the president’s list recogn