On July 16, 31-year-old Gordon McIntosh, back with beard, lost control of his vehicle on North Dearborn Road. He was ejected from his truck through the driver’s side window, and went over the guardrail. Submitted photo

 

On July 16, 31-year-old Gordon McIntosh lost control of his vehicle on North Dearborn Road, was ejected from his truck through the driver’s side window, and went over the guardrail. 

He was flown to University of Cincinnati Medical Center with life-threatening injuries, including a traumatic brain injury.

If you grew up in the Cleves area in the 1950s you would have known the seven Meister boys in birth order: Dennis, Marvin, Ron, Gordon, Gary, Terry  and David. Their parents were Elmer and Alma Behlmer-Meister. After David, Alma decided to stop trying to have a girl. Seven boys were enough. Submitted photo

 

I love hearing people tell stories about how they grew up and especially if they had a house full of kids. I was one of nine kids and I like to compare notes. 

We all went to church, sat down at the table to eat at the same time. Everyone had to share a bed and of course do our chores. It might be considered child abuse now. 

Jaylee Ahr, 10, works on a stop motion animation project during the 2018 STEAM Summer Camp at Harrison Junior School Friday, July 20. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

 

Deb Jones, a visual arts teacher at Harrison Junior School, said although many kids wouldn’t admit it, they often start to get a little bored in the summer around July. 

Harrison graduate Gage Bley scored 19 runs for Wilmington College’s baseball team in 2018. Contributed photo

 

A look at former Harrison High School athletes who are competing at the college level.

This list is not meant to be all-inclusive. If you know of a former Wildcat competing or coaching in college, let us know. Send the information to Dick Maloney – 

landd@fuse.net.

John Paul Bausmith plays golf at the Echo’s Haven picnic. Contributed photo

 

When she was only 3 months old, Dixie Shumway’s daughter, Echo, suffered a brain hemorrhage, which led to blindness, a seizure disorder, cerebral palsy, among other disabilities.

Jordan Ficklin: The American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute is an organization dedicated to the timekeeping/horology industry. The institute, which houses a library and museum, is located on Enterprise Drive in Harrison. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

 

Despite the advent of clocks on cell phones in everyone’s pockets, Jordan Ficklin said many important events in people’s lives still are marked with watches, and many people still own watches with sentimental value.

On July 16, 31-year-old Gordon McIntosh, back with beard, lost control of his vehicle on North Dearborn Road. He was ejected from his truck through the driver’s side window, and went over the guardrail. Submitted photo
If you grew up in the Cleves area in the 1950s you would have known the seven Meister boys in birth order: Dennis, Marvin, Ron, Gordon, Gary, Terry  and David. Their parents were Elmer and Alma Behlmer-Meister. After David, Alma decided to stop trying to have a girl. Seven boys were enough. Submitted photo
Jaylee Ahr, 10, works on a stop motion animation project during the 2018 STEAM Summer Camp at Harrison Junior School Friday, July 20. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press
Harrison graduate Gage Bley scored 19 runs for Wilmington College’s baseball team in 2018. Contributed photo
John Paul Bausmith plays golf at the Echo’s Haven picnic. Contributed photo
Jordan Ficklin: The American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute is an organization dedicated to the timekeeping/horology industry. The institute, which houses a library and museum, is located on Enterprise Drive in Harrison. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

Court News

 

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

Lawsuits

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News

On July 16, 31-year-old Gordon McIntosh, back with beard, lost control of his vehicle on North Dearborn Road. He was ejected from his truck through the driver’s side window, and went over the guardrail. Submitted photo

 

On July 16, 31-year-old Gordon McIntosh lost control of his vehicle on North Dearborn Road, was ejected from his truck through the driver’s side window, and went over the guardrail. 

Community

 

The Harrison community is mourning after Harrison High School student Kayla Duerler passed away in a car accident on Wednesday, Aug. 8.