Harrison resident Jason Reeme received the officer of the year award for going above and beyond for a first-year member of the Hamilton County Police Association Honor Guard.

A Harrison resident and University of Cincinnati police officer received the officer of the year award for going above and beyond for a first-year member in the Hamilton County Police Association Honor Guard.

Students at Harrison High School have nailed a strike with their latest art project.

Pam Kravets, an art teacher at Harrison High School, has been working with students in a curriculum centered about women artist which has culminated in the students painting bowling pins for the Greater Cincinnati Women’s Bowling association.  

The Harrison Police Department has made it back to full force with the swearing in of Roger Mitchell Tuesday, Feb. 7, by Mayor Bill Neyer.

Cory Baird against Springboro on Feb. 10.

The Harrison Wildcats wrestling team wrapped up the dual meet portion of their schedule last week with a win over Springboro on senior night on Friday. It would have been an even more complete week if the Cats had been able to knock off Moeller as well, but the Cats came up short in that match last Thursday night.

Mary Kate Daily/ The Harrison Press: Kaitlin Leslie trains with her teacher Ben Nishime.

Kaitlin Leslie was 4 when she decided she wanted to take karate, now at 16, she has competed in world championships with her eyes looking towards the 2020 Olympics.

Kaitlin, daughter of Harrison Public Works Director, Jim Leslie, originally wanted to take gymnastic lessons, but didn’t want to take dance.

A Harrison man is trying to give back to the community and help others see what being manly is all about.
Jake Smith wants to help men to be better men.

Harrison resident Jason Reeme received the officer of the year award for going above and beyond for a first-year member of the Hamilton County Police Association Honor Guard.
Cory Baird against Springboro on Feb. 10.
Mary Kate Daily/ The Harrison Press: Kaitlin Leslie trains with her teacher Ben Nishime.

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On October 30, the 6th annual National Day of Remembrance will be recognized as a tribute to the workers known as Cold War patriots for their exceptional service to the safety and security of the U

Denise Freitag Burdette/The Register: Dearborn County Commissioners and Greendale Mayor Doug Hedrick proclaim Sunday, Nov. 2, Lauren Hill Day. From left: Commissioners Art Little, Kevin Lynch, Hedrick, commissioner Shane McHenry, and Hill. Hill was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor in November 2013. The 2014 Lawrenceburg High School grad desires to play one more game of basketball as a college student at Mt. St. Joseph next month.
Lauren Hill plays in the DCH Rivertown Classic in January 2013 when she was a junior at Lawrenceburg High School.
Photo provided by MSJ: Lauren Hill and her University of Mount St. Joseph teammates.

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Dearborn County commissioners, along with Greendale Mayor Doug Hedrick, signed a proclamation declaring Sunday, Nov. 2, Lauren Hill Day during their Tuesday night, Oct.

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Harrison resident Jason Reeme received the officer of the year award for going above and beyond for a first-year member of the Hamilton County Police Association Honor Guard.

A Harrison resident and University of Cincinnati police officer received the officer of the year award for going above and beyond for a first-year member in the Hamilton County Police Association H

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Chelsea Grace McElroy, Harrison, was named to The University of Alabama’s President’s List in Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the 2016 fall semester. She achieved a 3.5 grade point average or above.