Photos by  Sandy Minor:  The wildcats kicking game was sharp.

The goal against Ross last Friday night was to get off to a fast start and that’s exactly what the Harrison defense did in a 42-7 rout of the Rams in Ross as the Cats opened the Southwest Ohio Conference football schedule on a winning note and evened their overall record at 2-2.

Cindy Banta Ward/The Harrison Press Harrison has added six full-time firefighters/paramedics with an array of skills, training and education that should make all residents feel they are in better hands. From left: Daric Hamon, Andrew Hardwick, Jason Krupp, Andy Robben, Adam Saddler, and Josh Volkerding.

Harrison has added six full-time firefighters/paramedics with an array of skills, training and education that should make all residents feel they are in better hands.

On Tuesday, Sept. 6, Mayor William Neyer promoted Andrew Hardwick, Daric Hamon, Jason Krupp, Andrew Robben, Adam Saddler and Josh Volkerding.

If you love to eat, downtown in the streets of the Harrison Historical District is the place to be  Saturday, Sept. 10.

The Harrison boys’ golf team missed a golden opportunity to take control of the Southwest Ohio Conference race when the Cats fell to Talawanda last week by a score of 176-185. It was the first loss of the league season for the Cats, who are 3-1 in league play and a match behind undefeated Little Miami.

Becky Juett Miller, a 1971 graduate of Harrison High School, will be in town Saturday, Sept. 10, signing and selling copies of her first book title God’s Lemonade Stand; 101 Sips To Refresh Your Soul.  

The book is a compilation of daily devotions to help get the day started with Jesus.

Cindy Banta Ward/The Harrison Press: Southwest Local School District Superintendent John Hamstra addresses Harrison City Council to seek input about why the recent school levy failed. He was met with mixed emotions when he and two other school representatives completed their addresses to council.

What the Southwest Schools superintendent called a plea for help on the recent levy defeat offended a Harrison councilman and put other council members and the mayor on the defensive.

Photos by  Sandy Minor:  The wildcats kicking game was sharp.
Cindy Banta Ward/The Harrison Press Harrison has added six full-time firefighters/paramedics with an array of skills, training and education that should make all residents feel they are in better hands. From left: Daric Hamon, Andrew Hardwick, Jason Krupp, Andy Robben, Adam Saddler, and Josh Volkerding.
Cindy Banta Ward/The Harrison Press: Southwest Local School District Superintendent John Hamstra addresses Harrison City Council to seek input about why the recent school levy failed. He was met with mixed emotions when he and two other school representatives completed their addresses to council.

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