Harrison resident Jack Ward recently qualified for the regional tournament in the Drive, Chip and Putt Championships sponsored by the United States Golf Association, Augusta National Country Club, and the Professional Golfers Association.

Harrison resident Jack Ward recently qualified for the regional tournament in the Drive, Chip and Putt Championships sponsored by the United States Golf Association, Augusta National Country Club, and the Professional Golfers Association.

If you’ve driven through Miamitown lately, you may have noticed a new look. This quaint little river town was founded in 1816 by Arthur Henry, who operated a flour mill and distillery and was named after the nearby Great Miami River.

The luxury of breathing in and out is something most of us take for granted, but not Kristal True. For True, who has Cystic Fibrosis, to be able to take a full deep breath and slowly release it would be an answer to a long-awaited prayer.

Cindy Banta Ward/The Harrison Press: Server Pam Doll takes Amy Byrd’s order. Byrd and her husband, Tony, having been going to Market Street Grille for about 10 years. They said it’s one of their favorite places and they love the atmosphere.

Whether you are a Harrison resident or visitor to the area, the Market Street Grille is a dining experience you won’t want to miss.

A high school football coach’s worst fear is to lose a key player to an injury in the preseason, so Harrison Wildcats coach Kent McCullough is glad his troops made it through the first official week of practice with no nicks or dings.

The Coffee Peddler is the place to be from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. this Friday, Aug. 5. Meet up with old friends and make new ones while enjoying the sounds of Josiah Whitley, a 25-year-old traveling solo acoustic singer-songwriter from Wheelersburg, Ohio. He mixes a unique blend of rock, folk, blues and country.

Harrison resident Jack Ward recently qualified for the regional tournament in the Drive, Chip and Putt Championships sponsored by the United States Golf Association, Augusta National Country Club, and the Professional Golfers Association.
Cindy Banta Ward/The Harrison Press: Server Pam Doll takes Amy Byrd’s order. Byrd and her husband, Tony, having been going to Market Street Grille for about 10 years. They said it’s one of their favorite places and they love the atmosphere.

Sports Notes 8-24-16

He may have been the most prolific passer in Harrison High School football history, but 2015 graduate Jake Weber has moved out of the quarterback competition at DePauw University, and now is listed

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