Joe Awad/The Harrison Press: Through the efforts of UPS employees and People Working Cooperatively, a non-profit organization, Vietnam-era Navy Veteran Tom Claxton, 59, received the independence he desperately sought..

Hammers were pounding, saws were buzzing, and a wheel-chair-bound veteran was smiling at Rolling Acres Mobile Home Park, Harrison Township Friday, Oct. 17, as UPS volunteers erected a ramp so he could feel the sunshine for the first time in four months.

Joe Awad/The Harrison Press: Harrison’s historic sites soon might be trending on the Internet if the city agrees to an offer by Satolli Glassmeyer who specializes in “back-yard” history.

Harrison’s historic sites soon might be trending on the Internet if the city agrees to an offer by a regional videographer who specializes in “back-yard” history.

Barbara Sovern/Harrison Press: Jake Weber dives to the end zone in the game against Northwest Friday, Oct. 24. Despite losing 42 -25, the Cats are still fifth in the region standings, so they clinched a spot in the Division II, Region 6 playoffs.

Despite losing three of their last four games, the Harrison Wildcats football team appears to have already clinched a spot in the Division II, Region 6 playoffs, which will begin on Friday, Nov. 7.

Sandy Minor/Harrison Press: Though the Ladycat soccer team couldn’t nab the victory against Ursuline Academy, coach Tory Kinnett says, “We have a lot to be proud of.” He suggested it might be the greatest season in girl’s soccer history with a first-ever league title this season.

The season came to an end for the Harrison Ladycats soccer team last Saturday as they lost a second round sectional match to Ursuline Academy, 3-0, but the disappointment of losing didn’t detract from what might be the greatest season in girls’ soccer history, according to coach Troy Kinnett.

Joe Awad/The Harrison Press: Through the efforts of UPS employees and People Working Cooperatively, a non-profit organization, Vietnam-era Navy Veteran Tom Claxton, 59, received the independence he desperately sought..
Joe Awad/The Harrison Press: Harrison’s historic sites soon might be trending on the Internet if the city agrees to an offer by Satolli Glassmeyer who specializes in “back-yard” history.
Barbara Sovern/Harrison Press: Jake Weber dives to the end zone in the game against Northwest Friday, Oct. 24. Despite losing 42 -25, the Cats are still fifth in the region standings, so they clinched a spot in the Division II, Region 6 playoffs.
Sandy Minor/Harrison Press: Though the Ladycat soccer team couldn’t nab the victory against Ursuline Academy, coach Tory Kinnett says, “We have a lot to be proud of.” He suggested it might be the greatest season in girl’s soccer history with a first-ever league title this season.

Pages

News

Harrison Junior School is one of 27 Ohio schools named a “High Progress School of Honor” by the The Ohio Department of Education.

Community

On Friday, Oct. 3, St. John the Baptist school’s halls were quiet and every classroom empty although school had not ended for the day.