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Children’s Librarian Caitlin Snyder reads to kids at The Coffee Peddlar on Thursday, July 25, for Coffee Peddlar Story Time. The program, which features books, rhymes, and music, is a collaboration between the coffee shop and The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Families still have the chance to participate in this program on Aug. 29 and Oct. 31.

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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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Amber and Jacob Feaster play music before a Celebration of the Arts at LifeSpring Community Christian Church on Friday, Aug. 2. The event was the culmination of the church’s month-long preaching surrounding “The Artisan Soul,” and was also a celebration of the life of Kayla Duerler.

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News Stories

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1860 Taproom and Bottleshop, serving up both local and national craft beers, is now open in downtown Harrison. 

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1860 Taproom and Bottleshop, serving up both local and national craft beers, is now open in downtown Harrison. 

 

Moving forward, the Southwest Local School District is celebrating achievements, but also looking at challenges, including an enrollment that is now the largest it has been in history.

Megan C. Ferguson, 329 Harrison Ave., Harrison, OH 45030. Sued by Progressive Direct Insurance Co. $11,686.12 with interest plus costs for damages.

Sports

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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

 

Seventeen times the Harrison boys soccer team took the field last season; 10 times the match resulted in a shutout. The Wildcats won five of those and lost five.

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Harrison tennis coach David Williams addresses his squad after the first official practice Aug. 1. 

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Staying out of the line of fire. That may be the biggest challenge on the first official day of coaching for high school girls tennis teams.

 

A wrapup of Harrison varsity sports action:

Boys golf

Aug. 7 – Harrison 180, Edgewood 200.

Aug. 8 – Harrison 165, Northwest 247.

Community

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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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Thursday, Aug. 15

Wonderful Wetlands 

Obituaries

WHITEHEAD, STEVE ERVIN- 63, Harrison, died Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2019. He was a U.S. Marine veteran. Jackman Hensley Funeral Home, Harrison, is in charge of arrangements.

Charles M. “Charlie” Coffaro, 88, died July 28, 2019, Harrison. 

MONTGOMERY, MARY M.- 91, Harrison, died Sunday, July 28, 2019. Jackman Hensley Funeral Home, Harrison, is in charge of arrangements. 

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