A Southwest Local Schools bond issue and levy on the November 2015 ballot would fund the renovation of the Harrison High School and the construction of a junior school and elementary school, bringing all SLSD students to one campus. 

Photo by Sandy Minor/The Harrison Press: The energy is tangible as the Ladycats celebrate winning their first volleyball match of the season, taking down Hamilton Badin in three sets. With various injuries among the girls, the Ladycats then lost to Glen Este.

The Harrison Ladycats volleyball team won their first match of the season last week, taking down Hamilton Badin in three sets. But coach Gene Williams describes the week as like being on a roller coaster. 

“The highs have been great but the lows are staring us in the face at the moment,” he said. 

Photo by Sandy Minor/The Harrison Press: Alex Anderson, dodges the Trojans as Mitchell Crawford keeps them at bay at the away game against East Central that resulted in a 24-23 loss for the Wildcats. Harrison had its best drive of the night when offensive line blocked superbly and allowed Anderson to pick through the East Central defenders. With just 51 seconds remaining in the third quarter, Anderson scored from the 15 and Kyle Farfsing added the extra point to make it 23-15.

The beauty of rivalry games is one team gets to gloat for a year and the other has to suffer through the reminders of what could have been. When the score of the game is 24-23, as last Friday’s football game between East Central and Harrison played out in St.

Paulla Dill, left, and her sister Linda Graves making their hypertufa troughs

Members of Shaker Farms Garden Club attended a garden trough workshop at Adopt-A-Plant in Crosby Township on Tuesday evening July 21.  

40 years ago - 1975 Harrison Wildcats for 1975. Front row, from left: Jeff Hotopp, Steve Deller, Dave Stirett, Ron Brooks, Rick Faulkner, Dave Tidwell, Ted Caffaro, Tom Knose, Robbie Bates, Dennis Dole, Dennis Klopfstein. Second row: Terry Minor, Curt Colegate, Tim Noyes, Larry Martin, Tom Young, Paul Brotherton, Keith Nixon, Chris Remillard, Bob Acra, Roy Scott, Greg Mets. Third row: Bob Tebelman, Steve Dole, Dan Strub, Ron Posey, Tom Roszell, Greg Slusher, Bub King, Mike Lehrter, Bill Ferry, Ray Ewards, D

10 years ago - 2005

Elizabethtown Elementary School students participate in the Schoolhouse Banking Program sponsored by WesBanco in Harrison. Student savers are eligible to take parti n a drawing to receive $2 bills. Recent winners include: Connor Tenhundfeld, Cyndi Weber, Erin Case, and Ashley Hotopp. 

Photo by Sandy Minor/The Harrison Press: The energy is tangible as the Ladycats celebrate winning their first volleyball match of the season, taking down Hamilton Badin in three sets. With various injuries among the girls, the Ladycats then lost to Glen Este.
Photo by Sandy Minor/The Harrison Press: Alex Anderson, dodges the Trojans as Mitchell Crawford keeps them at bay at the away game against East Central that resulted in a 24-23 loss for the Wildcats. Harrison had its best drive of the night when offensive line blocked superbly and allowed Anderson to pick through the East Central defenders. With just 51 seconds remaining in the third quarter, Anderson scored from the 15 and Kyle Farfsing added the extra point to make it 23-15.
Paulla Dill, left, and her sister Linda Graves making their hypertufa troughs
40 years ago - 1975 Harrison Wildcats for 1975. Front row, from left: Jeff Hotopp, Steve Deller, Dave Stirett, Ron Brooks, Rick Faulkner, Dave Tidwell, Ted Caffaro, Tom Knose, Robbie Bates, Dennis Dole, Dennis Klopfstein. Second row: Terry Minor, Curt Colegate, Tim Noyes, Larry Martin, Tom Young, Paul Brotherton, Keith Nixon, Chris Remillard, Bob Acra, Roy Scott, Greg Mets. Third row: Bob Tebelman, Steve Dole, Dan Strub, Ron Posey, Tom Roszell, Greg Slusher, Bub King, Mike Lehrter, Bill Ferry, Ray Ewards, D
Paulla Dill, left, and her sister Linda Graves making their hypertufa troughs

Digging in

Members of Shaker Farms Garden Club attended a garden trough workshop at Adopt-A-Plant in Crosby Township on Tuesday evening July 21.  

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