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Visitors from Colerain Township and Cleveland enjoy the refreshment area as they walked around town on Saturday, Oct. 17. From left to right Hallie Miller, Mary Bento and Lauren Braun. Halie Barger/ Harrison Press 

News Stories

Students at Harrison High School have earned 91 industry recognized credentials in the program’s first year.

A comeback was something that seemed difficult after MJD Pallet Liquidation lost everything, but months later the company is back and giving thanks to the community. 

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Volunteers from MadTree Brewing handpicked native seeds at Shaker Trace Nursery in Miami Whitewater Forest. Submitted Photo

Harvest season is in full swing, but farmers aren’t the only people working hard to ensure they get their crops in. 

 

 

Sports

A wrapup of Harrison High School sports:

 

Cross country

Results

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Maya Cracchiolo fights for the ball against the Ross Rams Oct. 13. Photo by Sandy Minor

A look at the postseason for Harrison High School fall sports teams (Harrison competes in Division I in all sports except football):

 

Cross country

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Harrison’s Ben Smith scores the Wilcats one touchdown in a 42-7 loss in the first round of the OHSAA football playoffs. Blocking his way in was Wyatt Doerflein. Photo by Sandy Minor

Harrison’s 2020 playoff stay ended much the same way as the 2017, 2018 and 2019 appearances – on the wrong end of a second-half running clock.  This season, though, the clock will reset.

Community

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Horror Hike Haunt owner Bill Settles loves to frighten people at Horror Hike Haunt’s “Camp Angst.” Halie Barger/The Harrison-Press

The pandemic had many questioning whether or not Halloween would be the same. While some things have changed, others remain untouched.

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The Spooktacular this year will be a little different from last year’s event because of the COVID pandemic.

COVID-19 has taken a lot of the fun out of 2020, but the pandemic won’t keep the fun and excitement of Halloween away.

Obituaries

Carl E. McGregor, of Harrison, passed away on Oct. 18, 2020, at the age of 54.

Judith G. (Sharp) Gray, formerly of Harrison, passed away on Sept 18, 2020. Arrangements were entrusted to Brater Winter Funeral Home.

 

Judith G. (Sharp) Gray, formerly of Harrison, passed away on Sept 18, 2020. Arrangements were entrusted to Brater Winter Funeral Home.

 

The Harrison Press

Mailing address:
     Harrison Press,
     c/o Register Publications,
     126 W. High St.
     Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
Phone: 1-513-367-4582

 

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