Dylan Kuehn.

After a pair of losses to top-scale competition, the Harrison Wildcats tennis team battled to a big 3-2 win over Little Miami that improved Harrison’s record in the Southwest Ohio Conference to 2-2. 

“It was a rough beginning of the week, but we bounced back against Little Miami,” said Harrison coach David Williams. 

Brian Leppart during the pole vault event. He placed first and cleared the bar at 12-0.

The Harrison boys’ track team doesn’t have a much depth. What it does have is a small group of top-flight athletes who do well against good competition. Last week, the competition came to Harrison for the school’s annual Harrison Invitational and coach Scott Menze was pleased. 

Aurora-born muckraker Robert W. Criswell.

 

 An Aurora native who rose to fame as editor of The New Yorker fell to disrepute after he was arrested on a charge of criminal libel brought against him by Congressman Joseph L. Rhincok of Covington, Ky. 

Ray Acra

On Tuesday, May 2, the people of Harrison have the opportunity to vote for city council candidates in the republican primary. There are 4 seats up for grabs with all four incumbents running with two others running against them.

The weather is warming up and with higher temperatures comes creatures of the spring. One woman has decided to help save butterflies and to educate others on migration of monarch butterflies. 

#8 Meghan Peak against Ross.

 

 The Harrison Ladycats softball team is not having any trouble hitting the ball, but sloppy defense and poor pitching hurt the Ladycats last week as they won just once in five games and fell to 2-6 for the season. 

Dylan Kuehn.
Brian Leppart during the pole vault event. He placed first and cleared the bar at 12-0.
Aurora-born muckraker Robert W. Criswell.
Ray Acra
#8 Meghan Peak against Ross.

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The Ohio Supreme Court heard oral arguments for the jurisdictional case of convicted child murderer Jeffery Wogenstahl Tuesday, April 4. 

Community

Chelsea Grace McElroy, Harrison, was named to The University of Alabama’s President’s List in Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the 2016 fall semester. She achieved a 3.5 grade point average or above.