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Chris Dole, right, celebrates his retirement as a Crosby Township trustee with his family, from left, step-grandson Kyler, son-in-law Sean Collins and his wife, Dole’s daughter, Diane Collins, and Chris’ wife Sue. Photo by Halie Barger



News Stories

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Harrison Finance Director Catherine Stockhoff

The city of Harrison is gearing up for a new fiscal year.

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Southwest Local Schools Superintendent John Hamstra

At least 24 Harrison schools students are missing school under quarantine.




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Harrison AD Mark Meibers cuts the ribbon officially opening the new artificial turf field at the high school. Photo by Sandy Minor

Having seen perhaps his biggest dream become reality, Harrison High School Athletic Director Mark Meibers knew what he would do next.


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Harrison senior golfers and their caddies for the day. Photo by Sandy Minor

No other Southwest Ohio Conference boys golf team has played as many holes this season as has Harrison.

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Kristen Calerone (14) and Abby Pettinger go after the ball during the girls soccer match against Ross Sept. 17. Photo by Sandy Minor

Usually the best thing a team can say when it gets defeated soundly is that no one got hurt.


The Fernald Preserve Visitors Center, Crosby Township, remains closed, but outdoor spaces, trails, and online activities are available, according to the U.S.

The Ohio House of Representatives have concurred with Senate amendments on legislation that protects Ohio’s elections.

September was proclaimed Prostate Cancer Awareness and Education Month in Harrison by Mayor Bill Neyer at the city council meeting on Sept. 1. 


Vicky Lynn Stegall, 64, passed away peacefully on Friday, Sept. 18, 2020 at University of Louisville Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky.

Raymond N. Wyatt, age 59, died at home in West Harrison, Indiana, Friday, August 28, 2020.

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Carol Lee Westrich, age 87, of Harrison, Ohio, went to be with the Lord on Sept. 7, 2020.

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