Mary Kate Daily/The Harrison Press: Ouiwey Collins during the recording on Thursday, April 12. He was impressed by the work the students put into the music with such short notice that he may re-release Puppy Love with the Harrison High School Jazz band.

A legendary Cincinnati musical family is coming to Harrison to helps raise money for the music program at Harrison High School.

Over the past few years the music program at Harrison High school and Junior School has been growing, and the stores of musical instruments for student been dwindling.

Photo by Sandy Minor: Quintin Power applies the tag to a Talawanda runner who was out from here to there, but decided to take to the air to score.

On adjoining fields, under the first truly warm sun/blue sky combination of the season, Harrison’s baseball and softball teams scored a combined 29 runs and allowed seven.

Yet the winning coaches were far apart in perspective.

Madison Ward with her nominating teacher Stephanie Kovalchik.

Madison Ward received her first hearing aids at eight months old when she failed multiple hearing tests.

As she has gotten older, her hearing difficulties have made education harder than for her than for most other third-graders, but because of her actions for self-advocacy and use of technology, Ward has received a national award.

■On April 3, 1860, a man named Harry Roff made history by riding the first relay of the first Pony Express carrying mail from the end of the rail lines at St. Joe to California. The westbound mail arrived in San Francisco in nine days.
■On April 7, 1927, the television was demonstrated in New York City.

As a lad 10 years of age, my 1955 Easter celebration was somewhat eventful. Prior to Easter Sunday, April 10, 1955, I had saved enough of my paper route profits to purchase some Easter pets.

Like many kids in Harrison, I went to the West Side Drug Store and purchased two pink baby chicks for 25 cents each.

Contributed Photo: As Harrison High School continues to rebuild its girls basketball program, Wildcat fans need to look no further than about 50 yards to the east, where the junior school has dominated the Southwest Ohio Conference, and all other opponents, for two seasons. Coach Royce Heim’s eighth-grade girls basketball team recently completed an undefeated season, going 16-0 and winning the SWOC postseason tournament. It was an encore performance for the Wildcats.

The cavalry is coming. From next door.

As Harrison High School continues to rebuild its girls basketball program, Wildcat fans need to look no further than about 50 yards to the east, where the junior school has dominated the Southwest Ohio Conference – and all other opponents - for the last two seasons.

Mary Kate Daily/The Harrison Press: Ouiwey Collins during the recording on Thursday, April 12. He was impressed by the work the students put into the music with such short notice that he may re-release Puppy Love with the Harrison High School Jazz band.
Photo by Sandy Minor: Quintin Power applies the tag to a Talawanda runner who was out from here to there, but decided to take to the air to score.
Madison Ward with her nominating teacher Stephanie Kovalchik.
Contributed Photo: As Harrison High School continues to rebuild its girls basketball program, Wildcat fans need to look no further than about 50 yards to the east, where the junior school has dominated the Southwest Ohio Conference, and all other opponents, for two seasons. Coach Royce Heim’s eighth-grade girls basketball team recently completed an undefeated season, going 16-0 and winning the SWOC postseason tournament. It was an encore performance for the Wildcats.

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Mary Kate Daily/The Harrison Press: Ouiwey Collins during the recording on Thursday, April 12. He was impressed by the work the students put into the music with such short notice that he may re-release Puppy Love with the Harrison High School Jazz band.

A legendary Cincinnati musical family is coming to Harrison to helps raise money for the music program at Harrison High School.

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