One of the Southern Ohio Youth Football Association’s premier programs plays its home games on a lush green field nestled among trees, next to the J.B. Yeager American Legion and Whitewater Valley Elementary, along Campbell Road in Harrison.
Many young adults who grew up in Harrison probably first remember meeting Officer Scott Jenkins at their school, when he came to speak to them as part of the D.A.R.E. program.
The big picture is difficult to see from the confines of a locker room an hour from home, with rain pelting relentlessly outside.
More than 800 people participated in the first Day of Service in Harrison on Saturday, Sept. 15, with volunteers completing many different projects throughout the community.
Harrison, Ohio, is not Dyersville, Iowa, but it does have its own “Course of Dreams.”
For a second year, the Greater Harrison Chamber of Commerce took time to remember the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks during their annual golf outing on Monday, Sept. 10.
Harrison High School graduate Sandra Tyler said she has loved to draw from a young age.
Although a young organization, the Greater Harrison Chamber of Commerce is working to help promote businesses in the Harrison community.
Harrison could have its first Southwest Ohio Conference championships of 2018-2019 by this time next week.
SWOC Athletes of the Week
Hundreds of children in Haiti now will have at least one highly nutritious meal at school each day, thanks to 16,675 pounds of food being delivered to their village in late summer.