Submitted photo: A Harrison coin laundry thief  did at least $2,000 worth of damage Sunday, Jan. 7, when he tried to break into a coin laundry snack machine and coin room.

A Harrison coin laundry thief  did at least $2,000 worth of damage Sunday, Jan. 7, when he tried to break into a coin laundry snack machine and coin room.

Back in the day, Harrison School buses had no windows or heat, but a flap could be opened during good weather. This day in 1929 was warm enough to let in the air.

In December 1918, World War I was wrapping up. Here in Harrison, the city’s board of health was trying to control an influenza epidemic called the Spanish flu that ended up killing an estimated 50 million people worldwide.

The public was ordered to stay home and not congregate in public.

Submitted photo: Jake Curry, Harrison, donated bone marrow this past fall to save the life of a young girl in Poland. His wife, Carrie Curry, said neighbors helped the couple handle during the ordeal.

Modern medicine has recently allowed a Harrison man help save the life of a little girl who lives in Poland despite being halfway around the world.

Submitted photos: Students and volunteers load canned goods for the Mayor’s Fund

The old gym at William Henry Harrison High School was filled to capacity, almost overflowing with piles of canned goods, winter coats and clothing, and student and community volunteers.

Mary Kate Daily/The Harrison Press: Harrison Police Department officers have grown beards to to help raise money for a fellow officer who has been diagnosed with cancer. Marvin Gambill has been with Harrison police for 30 years, but was recently forced to retire due to pancreatic and liver cancer.

The holidays are all about family and for the Harrison Police Department that means growing out facial hair to help raise money for a fellow officer who has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

Marvin Gambill has been with Harrison police for 30 years, but was recently forced to retire due to pancreatic and liver cancer.  

Submitted photo: A Harrison coin laundry thief  did at least $2,000 worth of damage Sunday, Jan. 7, when he tried to break into a coin laundry snack machine and coin room.
Back in the day, Harrison School buses had no windows or heat, but a flap could be opened during good weather. This day in 1929 was warm enough to let in the air.
Submitted photo: Jake Curry, Harrison, donated bone marrow this past fall to save the life of a young girl in Poland. His wife, Carrie Curry, said neighbors helped the couple handle during the ordeal.
Submitted photos: Students and volunteers load canned goods for the Mayor’s Fund
Mary Kate Daily/The Harrison Press: Harrison Police Department officers have grown beards to to help raise money for a fellow officer who has been diagnosed with cancer. Marvin Gambill has been with Harrison police for 30 years, but was recently forced to retire due to pancreatic and liver cancer.

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