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Several South Dearborn Regional Sewer District Board members voiced concerns over a proposal by Envirolink, Inc., North Carolina, to manage the three-city sewer plant. Harrison Mayor Bill Neyer, fourth clockwise, is fighting to keep his job as sewer district manager.

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Zach Halusek has provided an easy way to retire your American flag with dignity. As part of his Eagle Scout project, Halusek installed a United States flag drop box in front of Yeager-Benson Memorial American Legion Post 199 on Campbell Road in Harrison. Anyone can stop by to drop off a flag in the box, and flag retirement ceremonies will be performed at the location. 

Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

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Harrison coach Chris Johnson acknowledges offense as one of the big challenges facing his team. The top three goals scorers – Cam Baird (six), Alex Decaluwe (six) and Braydon Swope (three) graduated. In all, Harrison replaces 12 players who were seniors in 2018.

Photo by Sandy Minor

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For a second year, students entering the fourth, fifth, and sixth grades had the opportunity to participate in a five-day Robotics Summer Camp at the high school. They learned how to write code to control the robot with a wireless joystick. 

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News Stories

 

Harrison City Council has approved zoning classifications for the cultivation, processing, testing, and retail dispensary of medical marijuana within the city. 

Safe Passage, Inc. is one of 200 finalists for a sizeable State Farm grant, but needs the communities’ help to advance.

The following legal actions were filed in Hamilton County courts, and published in the Cincinnati Court Index.

Sports

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Abbey Coyle drives the ball with power against Northwest Thursday, Aug. 8.

Photo by Sandy Minor

 

They are a team with talent, but are they a talented team?

 

Races are still 3.1 miles, or five kilometers, but the Harrison cross country squad starts well ahead of last season.

Community

 

After helping with a search for a young boy with autism that ended in tragedy, Harrison resident Marcy Mullins said she became concerned for her own son who has autism. 

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Zach Halusek has provided an easy way to retire your American flag with dignity. As part of his Eagle Scout project, Halusek installed a United States flag drop box in front of Yeager-Benson Memorial American Legion Post 199 on Campbell Road in Harrison. Anyone can stop by to drop off a flag in the box, and flag retirement ceremonies will be performed at the location. 

Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

 

For local residents who want to give their old American flags a dignified retirement, 15-year-old Zach Halusek has given them an easy way to do so. 

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Despite the heat, people came to downtown Harrison on Friday, July 19, for The District’s Wine Walk on the Avenue. Participants had the opportunity to sample appetizers, visit local businesses, and enjoy wine from several wineries.

Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

Obituaries

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Irene F. (nee Miller) Sumser, beloved wife of the late William Sumser. Loving mother of Phyllis (Ted) Barker, Karen (Russ) Phillips and Linda (late Tim) Gramke.

WOEBKENBERG, WILLIAM H. JR.- West Harrison, died Aug. 9, 2019. Brater Winter Funeral Home, Harrison, is in charge of arrangments.

COOPER, DONNA K.-  Harrison, died Aug. 9, 2019. Brater Winter Funeral Home, Harrison, is in charge of arrangements.

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