Daniel Kelhoffer, 17, Harrison, looks at his rabbit during the Showman of Showmen contest at the Hamilton County 4-H Community Fair on Saturday, July 14. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

 

For many families in the Harrison community, involvement in the Hamilton County 4-H Community Fair is a family event, with brothers, sisters, and cousins all working hard to take care of their animals. 

This photo, posted on Harrison’s athletic department Twitter account,  @wildcatsofhhs, shows work being done on fencing around the high school tennis courts. Photo by Dick Maloney, contributor

 

Harrison’s girls tennis team will have to move its first two home tennis matches of the 2018 season – but the inconvenience will be temporary and soon forgotten.

Power Food Technology, a supplier of automated freezing and chilling storage systems to the global fresh and processed food industry, has opened a Harrison location on Simonson Road. The company is based in Ireland, and the Harrison office is their first international location. From left: US Branch Office Administrator Yoli Baker, Marketing and IT Manager Róisín Power, and Managing Director John Power. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

 

Power Food Technology, a business that provides freezing and chilling storage systems to the global fresh and processed food industry, including JTM Food Group, has opened their first international location in Harrison. 

Members of the Harrison Police Department Class B2 Knothole baseball team, from left: front, Dakota Reardon, Stryker Reverman, Eli Self, Austin Brown and Conner Maxwell; back, coach Vinny Moses, Evan Rutherford, Vincent Moses, Logan Stine and coach Daniel Meiners. Not pictured, Cameron Seibel and Travis Pearson. Contributed photo

 

For Harrison Junior Baseball teams competing in the Northwest Recreational Baseball League, the regular season has ended.

The Harrison Press sent emails to Harrison coaches and asked them about their team’s seasons. We will run stories on each team as the coaches respond.

James R. Rhymer

 

The June 29 alleged murder in Crosby Township resulted from an apparent custody exchange of a young child that led to an altercation between two men and ended in a shooting that left one of them dead. 

Harrison Athletic Director Mark Meibers. Submitted photo

 

(In early June, Harrison High School athletic director Mark Meibers talked about the state of the Wildcats program with The Harrison Press. This is the first in a series of stories from that interview.)

Daniel Kelhoffer, 17, Harrison, looks at his rabbit during the Showman of Showmen contest at the Hamilton County 4-H Community Fair on Saturday, July 14. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press
This photo, posted on Harrison’s athletic department Twitter account,  @wildcatsofhhs, shows work being done on fencing around the high school tennis courts. Photo by Dick Maloney, contributor
Power Food Technology, a supplier of automated freezing and chilling storage systems to the global fresh and processed food industry, has opened a Harrison location on Simonson Road. The company is based in Ireland, and the Harrison office is their first international location. From left: US Branch Office Administrator Yoli Baker, Marketing and IT Manager Róisín Power, and Managing Director John Power. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press
Members of the Harrison Police Department Class B2 Knothole baseball team, from left: front, Dakota Reardon, Stryker Reverman, Eli Self, Austin Brown and Conner Maxwell; back, coach Vinny Moses, Evan Rutherford, Vincent Moses, Logan Stine and coach Daniel Meiners. Not pictured, Cameron Seibel and Travis Pearson. Contributed photo
James R. Rhymer
Harrison Athletic Director Mark Meibers. Submitted photo

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