After dropping her children off at Little Red Academy in Greendale Thursday morning, Aug. 9, Logan Carr and her husband, Nathan, started driving toward Cincinnati for work.

Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Cpl. Troy Swearingen demonstrates how his canine partner, Sniper, 5, catches the bad guys. The demonstration was one part of the Greater Harrison Pet Festival on Sunday, Aug. 19, at the Harrison Community Center. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

 

The Greater Harrison Pet Club hosted a pet festival on Sunday, Aug. 19, to raise money for a dog park fence, as well as to give Harrison residents an opportunity to show off their pets. 

 

Aug. 20, 2018

A few weeks ago my niece Rachel Acasio, a professional photographer, had the pleasure of photographing a young high school student for her senior photos.  

As part of the service, my niece drives the senior around for the now trendy photographs. 

 

The Harrison community is mourning after Harrison High School student Kayla Duerler passed away in a car accident on Wednesday, Aug. 8. 

Director of Bands Brian Egan said Kayla, an incoming junior, was involved with the band program for about six years. 

Chloe Dearwester performs a leg lace on her opponent at the AAU Junior Olympics in Des Moines. Contributed photo

 

Chloe Dearwester took a step into what she hopes will be her future last month.

Dearwester, 12, and other members of the all-girls Athena Wrestling Club competed in the AAU Junior Olympic Games in Des Moines, Iowa, July 30 and July 31.

Sharon Lutz, second from right, said her family has lived in Whitewater Township for about six generations. She is one of the owners of Green Acres Canoe & Kayak Rental on the Whitewater River, and now is taking the opportunity to do even more for her community as a WeTHRIVE! neighborhood navigator for Whitewater Township.

 

Sharon Lutz said her family has lived in Whitewater Township for about six generations.

She is one of the owners of Green Acres Canoe & Kayak Rental on the Whitewater River, and now is taking the opportunity to do even more for her community as a WeTHRIVE! neighborhood navigator for Whitewater Township. 

Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Cpl. Troy Swearingen demonstrates how his canine partner, Sniper, 5, catches the bad guys. The demonstration was one part of the Greater Harrison Pet Festival on Sunday, Aug. 19, at the Harrison Community Center. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press
Chloe Dearwester performs a leg lace on her opponent at the AAU Junior Olympics in Des Moines. Contributed photo
Sharon Lutz, second from right, said her family has lived in Whitewater Township for about six generations. She is one of the owners of Green Acres Canoe & Kayak Rental on the Whitewater River, and now is taking the opportunity to do even more for her community as a WeTHRIVE! neighborhood navigator for Whitewater Township.

Court News

 

The following legal actions were filed in Hamilton County courts, and published in the Cincinnati Court Index.

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On Aug. 7 at about 3:30 p.m., Harrison Police Department officers Tara Duganiero and Nick Frick responded to the 10000 block of New Haven Road for a reported overdose. 

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After dropping her children off at Little Red Academy in Greendale Thursday morning, Aug. 9, Logan Carr and her husband, Nathan, started driving toward Cincinnati for work.