Crissy Moses, left, and Meggie Kraus are bringing back the Harrison Farmers’ Market.

Wouldn’t it be nice to stroll amidst outdoor stalls of fresh produce on a sunny day?

Well, if the efforts of two Harrison women pay off, residents and non-residents will be able to do just that, as well as browse downtown Harrison shops.

This year, 2016 is a very special anniversary for our neighbor to the east, the beautiful little berg of Miamitown.

It was 200 years ago, yes two centuries ago, that the Miamitown was founded in 1816.

Cynthia Ward/The Harrison Press: Bob Griewe, with David Williams and Associates, Harrison, shows Harrison City Council Thursday, May 3, his ideas for a new  playground behind the community center.

Kids who attend the children’s park behind the Harrison Community Center may soon have something new and exciting to cheer about.

The winning flag is in the center.

Voting is in and the City of Harrison soon will be flying a new flag.

The flag designs were created and presented to city council during its regular meeting Tuesday, April 19, by the Flag Club at Harrison High School.

Residents went online to vote for their favorite flag out of three designs.

Harrison leaders celebrate the city’s  Left to right, Gail Chuck, Amy Searcy, Wendi VanBuren, Mayor Bill Neyer and Debby Mossburger.

Harrison received national recognition as the newest member of Tree City USA as of Friday, April 22, during the Southwest Ohio awards ceremony hosted by the City of West Carrollton and their Parks Commission.  

This is the first time The City of Harrison has been honored with this nationally recognized award.

Four students from Harrison Junior School are semifinalists in a national video spelling competition, and are heading to Washington D.C. at the end of the month on an all expenses paid trip for an awards banquet. From left: Emma Chamblin, Kayla Duerler, Alexandra Miller and Gabby Brandner.

Four students from Harrison Junior School are semifinalists in a national video spelling competition, and are heading to Washington D.C. at the end of the month on an all expenses paid trip for an awards banquet to see if they will win the contest outright.

Crissy Moses, left, and Meggie Kraus are bringing back the Harrison Farmers’ Market.
Cynthia Ward/The Harrison Press: Bob Griewe, with David Williams and Associates, Harrison, shows Harrison City Council Thursday, May 3, his ideas for a new  playground behind the community center.
The winning flag is in the center.
Harrison leaders celebrate the city’s  Left to right, Gail Chuck, Amy Searcy, Wendi VanBuren, Mayor Bill Neyer and Debby Mossburger.
Four students from Harrison Junior School are semifinalists in a national video spelling competition, and are heading to Washington D.C. at the end of the month on an all expenses paid trip for an awards banquet. From left: Emma Chamblin, Kayla Duerler, Alexandra Miller and Gabby Brandner.

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