Ronald A. Canterbury bands a bird.

Adam McCosham, a Miami Whitewater Forest Hub Naturalist assist on bird banding.

For the second consecutive year Miami Whitewater Forest is monitoring how successful birds in the Greater Harrison area and region are reproducing and surviving.

Submitted photo Coffee Peddlar co-owners Pat Frye and Gerilyn Jobe started a movement to help people down on their luck.

You don’t find many movements starting in Harrison.

But The Coffee Peddlar has started one they hope will catch on.

The Be Movement offers a cup of coffee to customers who look like they need one - with a message, according to Gerilyn Jobe, owner with her mother Pat Frye.

Submitted photo Tony Strobl is presented with a U.S. Commerce Export Achievement award from U.S. Senator Rob Portman while Portman was visiting Cincinnati Crane and Hoist.

In the last three years, Cincinnati Crane and Hoist, Crosby Township,  has seen domestic growth of more than 400 percent.

Submitted photo Howard Jenkins, far right, is joined by his family for a photo, from left: son Max, daughter Grace and wife Mary.

Since 1984, a span of 33 years, there has been one constant with the Harrison Wildcats football team. Defensive line coach Howard Jenkins joined the staff of the new Harrison coach Ken Hockman that summer. He could be finishing up his coaching career this fall assisting another first-year head coach, Derek Rehage.

By Jenny Awad: Want-a-be hot doggers Braiden Jaspers, 8; Heidi Jaspers, 10; Bella Jaspers, 6, from Shandon.

Crosby Township resident Marsha Bernecker recently was honored by Kindervelt, a Tri-State non-profit group, for 42 years of service and dedication.  

Submitted Photo/Harrison Press: Kristy Evans and Kim Ostendorf look at items with customers at their store, Two friends Boutique

A few years from now, residents may look back at the fall of 2017 and recall that it was the start of something special for Downtown Harrison, maybe even the dawning of the area’s own little renaissance.  

Ronald A. Canterbury bands a bird.
Submitted photo Coffee Peddlar co-owners Pat Frye and Gerilyn Jobe started a movement to help people down on their luck.
Submitted photo Tony Strobl is presented with a U.S. Commerce Export Achievement award from U.S. Senator Rob Portman while Portman was visiting Cincinnati Crane and Hoist.
Submitted photo Howard Jenkins, far right, is joined by his family for a photo, from left: son Max, daughter Grace and wife Mary.
By Jenny Awad: Want-a-be hot doggers Braiden Jaspers, 8; Heidi Jaspers, 10; Bella Jaspers, 6, from Shandon.
Submitted Photo/Harrison Press: Kristy Evans and Kim Ostendorf look at items with customers at their store, Two friends Boutique

‘GO GREEN!’

Soaring temps and searing humidity could not stop these workers from spraying the first layer of green on the new track at Harrison High School Wednesday, Aug. 27.

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Ronald A. Canterbury bands a bird.

Adam McCosham, a Miami Whitewater Forest Hub Naturalist assist on bird banding.

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U.S. Air Force Airman William Ellis-Martini graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.