Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: Dearborn County Commissioners and Greendale Mayor Doug Hedrick proclaim Sunday, Nov. 2, Lauren Hill Day. From left: Commissioners Art Little, Kevin Lynch, Hedrick, commissioner Shane McHenry, and Hill. Hill was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor in November 2013. The 2014 Lawrenceburg High School grad desires to play one more game of basketball as a college student at Mt. St. Joseph next month.

Dearborn County commissioners, along with Greendale Mayor Doug Hedrick, signed a proclamation declaring Sunday, Nov. 2, Lauren Hill Day during their Tuesday night, Oct. 21, meeting, at the county administration building in Lawrenceburg.

Joe Awad/Harrison Press: Wyatt Carnes picks his pumpkin at the Minges Pumpkin Festival Sunday, Oct. 19, but the gigantic gourd proves to be a challenge for the 3-year-old. Carnes, Burlington, Ky., was among thousands to visit the annual festival in Harrison Township. Carnes and his brother, Jackson Carnes, enjoyed the festival with grandma, Judy Staten. They are the sons of Pamala Marie Staten, a Harrison High School graduate.

Though rumors were filtering throughout Greater Harrison for weeks, the Minges family made the official announcement that their 30th annual Minges Pumpkin Festival would be the last hosted by the family on their property.

The announcement came through a letter posted to the Minges Pumpkin Festival Facebook page.

Submitted photo: With a historic demonstration of never-before-seen capability, the new BAAM machine created a car body, as if out of thin air, within hours, at the 2014 International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago.

The 116-year-old Cincinnati Incorporated, Harrison Township, recently introduced its industrial-sized 3D printing technology to rave reviews at North America’s largest machine tool trade show.

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.

Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: Dearborn County Commissioners and Greendale Mayor Doug Hedrick proclaim Sunday, Nov. 2, Lauren Hill Day. From left: Commissioners Art Little, Kevin Lynch, Hedrick, commissioner Shane McHenry, and Hill. Hill was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor in November 2013. The 2014 Lawrenceburg High School grad desires to play one more game of basketball as a college student at Mt. St. Joseph next month.
Joe Awad/Harrison Press: Wyatt Carnes picks his pumpkin at the Minges Pumpkin Festival Sunday, Oct. 19, but the gigantic gourd proves to be a challenge for the 3-year-old. Carnes, Burlington, Ky., was among thousands to visit the annual festival in Harrison Township. Carnes and his brother, Jackson Carnes, enjoyed the festival with grandma, Judy Staten. They are the sons of Pamala Marie Staten, a Harrison High School graduate.
Submitted photo: With a historic demonstration of never-before-seen capability, the new BAAM machine created a car body, as if out of thin air, within hours, at the 2014 International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago.
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.
Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: Dearborn County Commissioners and Greendale Mayor Doug Hedrick proclaim Sunday, Nov. 2, Lauren Hill Day. From left: Commissioners Art Little, Kevin Lynch, Hedrick, commissioner Shane McHenry, and Hill. Hill was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor in November 2013. The 2014 Lawrenceburg High School grad desires to play one more game of basketball as a college student at Mt. St. Joseph next month.
Lauren Hill plays in the DCH Rivertown Classic in January 2013 when she was a junior at Lawrenceburg High School.
Photo provided by MSJ: Lauren Hill and her University of Mount St. Joseph teammates.

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Dearborn County commissioners, along with Greendale Mayor Doug Hedrick, signed a proclamation declaring Sunday, Nov. 2, Lauren Hill Day during their Tuesday night, Oct. 21, meeting, at the county administration building in Lawrenceburg.

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Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: Dearborn County Commissioners and Greendale Mayor Doug Hedrick proclaim Sunday, Nov. 2, Lauren Hill Day. From left: Commissioners Art Little, Kevin Lynch, Hedrick, commissioner Shane McHenry, and Hill. Hill was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor in November 2013. The 2014 Lawrenceburg High School grad desires to play one more game of basketball as a college student at Mt. St. Joseph next month., Lauren Hill plays in the DCH Rivertown Classic in January 2013 when she was a junior at Lawrenceburg High School., Photo provided by MSJ: Lauren Hill and her University of Mount St. Joseph teammates.

Dearborn County commissioners, along with Greendale Mayor Doug Hedrick, signed a proclamation declaring Sunday, Nov. 2, Lauren Hill Day during their Tuesday night, Oct. 21, meeting, at the county administration building in Lawrenceburg.

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Mary Lou Smith presented “Cooking with Herbs” Monday night Sept. 22, at the Harrison Branch of the Public Library.