Lined up and ready to go, these students paused for a smile just before heading to their seats on the floor of the Activity Center where they received their high school diplomas. The bleachers were packed and every seat taken by family and friends out to support Harrison’s newest class of grads on Friday night, May 29. 

Tony Burkart

Councilman Tony Burkart announced his resignation at the Tuesday, May 19, Harrison City Council meeting. He later reflected on his experience at council and took the opportunity to express his qualms, mostly directed at Mayor Joel McGuire.

In Harrison’s second year, HOSA has 60 students. 23 students have advanced to the national competition.

In their second year in the program, Harrison High School students are excelling in HOSA, Health Occupation Students of America. It is a competition focused program that develops leadership and technical health occupation skills. 

Kaylan Gruber finished second in the 200 meters dash, pictured above, and took first place in the 100 meters. Her time for the 200 was 25.20. It is the 11th-fastest time among state qualifiers but is slower than Gruber’s time at the district meet which was 24.96, the 16th fastest time in the event in Cincinnati history, says her coach Scott Menze.

Harrison High School senior Kaylan Gruber may or may not win a medal at the Ohio Division I track and field championships this week at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium on the campus of Ohio State University. She quite likely will be the talk of the meet, though.

Connor Brown, Nick Glines, Nathan Silcox blocking for quarterback Jake Weber at a game versus Ross last October. Brown, Glines, and Weber have been selected to play in the East/West All Star Game on June 11 at Kings High School.

Three recent graduates of Harrison High School have been selected to participate in the Southwest Ohio Football Coaches Association Ron Woyan East/West All Star Game on Thursday, June 11, at Kings High School. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.

MVP Erin Engstrom

There was plenty of hardware handed out at Harrison High School’s spring sports award ceremonies last week, including MVP awards for Kaylan Gruber and Brandon Littleton in track, Erin Engstrom and Shelby Scott in softball, Michael Knollman in baseball, and Tanner Dole and Cody Ward in tennis.

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Tony Burkart
In Harrison’s second year, HOSA has 60 students. 23 students have advanced to the national competition.
Kaylan Gruber finished second in the 200 meters dash, pictured above, and took first place in the 100 meters. Her time for the 200 was 25.20. It is the 11th-fastest time among state qualifiers but is slower than Gruber’s time at the district meet which was 24.96, the 16th fastest time in the event in Cincinnati history, says her coach Scott Menze.
Connor Brown, Nick Glines, Nathan Silcox blocking for quarterback Jake Weber at a game versus Ross last October. Brown, Glines, and Weber have been selected to play in the East/West All Star Game on June 11 at Kings High School.
MVP Erin Engstrom

And They're Off!

Lined up and ready to go, these students paused for a smile just before heading to their seats on the floor of the Activity Center where they received their high school diplomas.

Court News

The following legal actions were filed in Hamilton County courts and previously published in the Cincinnati Court Index.

Lawsuits

Passing the Baton

Carol Shalk was cancer free for 25 years in 2009 when she was honored at the Harrison Relay For Life. She celebrated with her grandchildren, Christopher Schalk and his little cousin Jacob Wolfram.

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Lined up and ready to go, these students paused for a smile just before heading to their seats on the floor of the Activity Center where they received their high school diplomas.

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West Harrison’s Alan Jones found this large, copper tinted mushroom somewhere in Dearborn County (specific location not disclosed) in early May.