Doug Dunaway Memorial Motocross Park may be closed for good.

At the Harrison City Council meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 15, a visitor, Mike Mains, asked for an update on the park.

Joe Awad/Ther Harrison Press: Harrison Rotary Club members refurbished Simonson Station, which was part of the old C.L.&A. Electric Railway line that ran from Dearborn County to Cincinnati. The Simonson Station was a spur that headed north to Harrison. The building will be kept at Weber Farms off Kilby Road for now.

In the early 20th century an electric streetcar line, called the C.L.&A. Electric Railway, ran from Cincinnati to Lawrenceburg along U.S. 50 with a spur that shot north to Harrison around Kilby Road.

Joe Awad/The Harrison Press: Harrison Junior School Vice Principal Dan Rouster gives the thumps up to students who raised $25,000 for Operation Homefront.

A $23,000 check was presented to Operation Homefront at the Annual Harrison High School Veterans Day program Thursday, Nov. 10. The money was raised by Southwest Local School District students during a walk-a-thon at each school on Nov. 7 or Nov. 9.

A Harrison man has been inducted into the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame.

Jerry Wilson, 66, a U.S. Army veteran, was inducted along with 18 other veterans Thursday, Nov. 3, in at the Lincoln Theater in Columbus.

If you are ever in Clifton at night, look up at the old St. George Catholic Church.

Those two steeples that are lit up were built by a Harrison company.
Superior Structures Inc., with offices on North State Street, modeled the design, fabricated the steeples and erected them earlier this year.

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Joe Awad/Ther Harrison Press: Harrison Rotary Club members refurbished Simonson Station, which was part of the old C.L.&A. Electric Railway line that ran from Dearborn County to Cincinnati. The Simonson Station was a spur that headed north to Harrison. The building will be kept at Weber Farms off Kilby Road for now.
Joe Awad/The Harrison Press: Harrison Junior School Vice Principal Dan Rouster gives the thumps up to students who raised $25,000 for Operation Homefront.

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Members of Shaker Farms Garden Club met at the Harrison Township Civic Center Wednesday, Oct. 26, to hear Gail Chuck, club co-president give a program on planting and forcing bulbs.