Streets were closed to traffic and lined with people in support of the Sierra family as they mourned the loss of 39 year old Eric Sierra on Thursday, November 13. A Cincinnati police officer for nearly15 years, Eric’s funeral had to be rescheduled to a later time because of such an overwhelming crowd at the wake.

Thousands of police officers from throughout the Tri-State paid their last respects to Cincinnati Police Officer Eric Sierra Thursday, Nov. 13.

At age 39, Sierra leaves behind three children who attend Whitewater Valley Elementary School, Campbell Road, Harrison.

Police officers from throughout the Tri-State, friends and many others stand in a long line Thursday morning, Nov. 13, at the United Methodist Church, West Road, Harrison, to pay respects to the family of Cincinnati Police Officer Eric Sierra, 38, who died suddenly Saturday, Nov.

Veteran’s Day has long been set apart to share gratitude and admiration for men and women who have sacrificed for our country.
Through times of war and in peace, they endure suffering to ensure our freedom. But one Harrison veteran says his years in the military were good years.

Photo by Patrick McCue/Harrison Press: Danny May displays a rare 1938 Buick Sport Sedan treated to a complete restoration.

A vehicle body and paint expert, whose work for movie stars and film moguls has won national honors, has brought his expertise to Greater Harrison.

Photo by Barbara Sovern /Harrison Press: In what Harrison Press sports writer Bob Hyle calls perhaps the most important win in Wildcat football’s 67-year history, the heroes of the gridiron overcame a 29-0 deficit to defeat Lima Senior last Friday in Division II Region 6 playoff action on a last play touchdown run by QB-extraordinaire Jake Weber.

It is hard to label something as being the greatest, but you would have a hard time arguing against Harrison’s 37-36 win over Lima Senior last Friday night as being the greatest victory in the 67-year history of Harrison football.

Photo by Patrick McCue/Harrison Press: Danny May displays a rare 1938 Buick Sport Sedan treated to a complete restoration.
Photo by Barbara Sovern /Harrison Press: In what Harrison Press sports writer Bob Hyle calls perhaps the most important win in Wildcat football’s 67-year history, the heroes of the gridiron overcame a 29-0 deficit to defeat Lima Senior last Friday in Division II Region 6 playoff action on a last play touchdown run by QB-extraordinaire Jake Weber.

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For more than 20 years, the Harrison Boy Scout Troop 402 and many other local youth groups benefitted from the Minges Pumpkin Festival.

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