The 2.4-mill, 5-year levy for the Harrison Fire Department passed by the skin of its teeth. Earning just 50.77 percent of the vote, 430 voted in favor while 417, or 49.23 percent, voted against the levy. 


Early election results pretty closely reflected the final tally of the May 2015 Harrison elections, according to the unofficial results posted on the Hamilton County Board of Elections Web site. 

Four individuals were running for three chairs in Harrison City Council. 

Many of us learned about ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease for the first time when the Ice Bucket Challenge went viral last year. Just about that same time, one local family came to know the disease all too well. 

As  Memorial Day weekend approaches, Crosby Township Community Coordinator Brenda Jackson has been actively working to pull off the township’s 100th consecutive Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 25. 

We owe our veterans and troops a big thank you for all their service, sacrifice and strength.

We will salute them in a special section to be published Wednesday, May 20, in The Harrison Press and Thursday, May 22, in The Dearborn County Register and The Rising Sun Recorder.

A fifth seed in the softball sectional seeding was exactly what Harrison Ladycats coach Mike Schiering expected for his team. But Schiering has his mind on one thing as the final week of the regular season is upon him: a second consecutive league title.

Off to college

Twelve Harrison High School athletes took part in a signing ceremony last week as they committed to colleges where they plan to earn an education and compete on the field and court.



The 2.4-mill, 5-year levy for the Harrison Fire Department passed by the skin of its teeth.


Phyllis Wolf has attended Sunday school at First Presbyterian Church of Harrison for years and years and she has the medals to prove it!  In fact she has 66 years of perfect attendance and for each