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Many students from the Southwest Local School District will participate in the BLINK parade in downtown Cincinnati Thursday, Oct. 10. Some students created personalized lanterns that will be carried in the parade.

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News Stories

Kilby Road in Whitewater Township will be closed between Dry Fork Road and Old Cilley Road from Monday, Oct. 21, to Friday,  Nov. 22 (weather permitting). 

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Matt Hackworth was sworn in as the newest member of Harrison City Council Tuesday, Oct. 1, by Mayor Bill Neyer. Hackworth fills the seat vacated by Urbano Galindo, who took a job on the East Coast. Hackworth, who has lived in Harrison since 2006, was serving on Harrison Planning Commission. His move creates a vacancy on planning commission that will be filled soon, said Neyer.

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Sports

 

They just needed to play. A lot. Now, they are in position to extend a long streak and perhaps surprise a few teams in the postseason.

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Sam Bischel and Coach Trevor Ward

 

Two Harrison athletes are continuing their senior seasons in district tournaments this week. Golfer Sam Bischel and tennis player Makenna Williams both advanced through sectionals.

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Grace Young shows Little Miami who is boss at the Dig Pink game.

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):

Boys soccer

Community

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Harrison High School Homecoming Court, from left: Sophomore attendants - Brandon Beebe, Emily Heimkreiter, Emma Schmer. Queen Morgan Hawk, King Logan Cornn; Princess Lyndsi Moore; Prince Rocky Weber; freshman attendants Jacob Pittman, Brooke Beischel.

Photo by Sandy Minor

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Many students from the Southwest Local School District will participate in the BLINK parade in downtown Cincinnati Thursday, Oct. 10. Some students created personalized lanterns that will be carried in the parade.

Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

 

As thousands of people walk in the BLINK parade in downtown Cincinnati on Thursday, Oct. 10, some Southwest Local School District students will be among them.

Highway 50 Fright Field is returning for a seventh season.Part haunted trail, part haunted woods … all on a real haunted 1830’s farm near an actual Indian archaeological site.

Obituaries

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Roselene “Rose” Cook, age 83 of Harrison, Ohio, passed away Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019, at Shawneespring of Harrison.

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W. Donald (Don) McQueen, 89, of Manhattan, died Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2019.

Louis H. “Brud” Dorrmann, of Colerain, passed away on September 27, 2019 at the age of 76. He was born on November 18, 1942 to Louis Anthony and Edna (nee Schmidt) Dorrmann.

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