Submitted photo: Alex Laine stands by a wooden “Spinner Ball” game at the Harrison Junior School STEAM Showcase.

When Southwest Local Schools implemented one-to-one computers for students last fall they weren’t expecting to be noticed by Microsoft who recently asked to do a case study on how SLSD uses the technology to help students reach new heights.

Jenny Awad photo: Sue Smiley, Fernald Nature Preserve manager, said several specialized tasks help keep the nature preserve a haven for native plants and animals. Some jobs are visible but some are behind the scenes.

Fernald started as a uranium processing facility during the Cold War. After it closed in 1989, a 20-year cleanup and ecological remediation ended in 2006, giving way to one of the Tri-State’s most fascinating wildlife habitats.  

 In May 1950, Harrison celebrated its 100th birthday, hosting a multi-event extravaganza. One of the major events of the Centennial was a huge parade of floats, cars, tractors, and other attractions through town.

Each year, the Ohio High School Athletic Association honors a coach in each OHSAA-sanctioned sport for exemplifying the qualities of sportsmanship, ethics and integrity.
Harrison High School swimming coach Mike Brossart brings another quality to the discussion – perseverance.

Submitted photo: City of Harrison firefighters are learning the ins and outs of new recovery oxygen masks designed especially for cats and dogs. This fire department and have teamed up with Doris Gibbons, owner of Gibbons Insurance Agency in Harrison, who donated the apparatus to protect the lives of pets.

City of Harrison firefighters are learning the ins and outs of new recovery oxygen masks designed especially for cats and dogs.

This fire department and have teamed up with Doris Gibbons, owner of Gibbons Insurance Agency in Harrison, who donated the apparatus to protect the lives of pets.

Photo by Sandy Minor: Sami Wilkins drives the lane against Mount Healthy Saturday, Feb. 3.

“Go! … Stop! … Go back! ... Stop! ... Go forward! … Stop!”

Submitted photo: Alex Laine stands by a wooden “Spinner Ball” game at the Harrison Junior School STEAM Showcase.
Jenny Awad photo: Sue Smiley, Fernald Nature Preserve manager, said several specialized tasks help keep the nature preserve a haven for native plants and animals. Some jobs are visible but some are behind the scenes.
Submitted photo: City of Harrison firefighters are learning the ins and outs of new recovery oxygen masks designed especially for cats and dogs. This fire department and have teamed up with Doris Gibbons, owner of Gibbons Insurance Agency in Harrison, who donated the apparatus to protect the lives of pets.
Photo by Sandy Minor: Sami Wilkins drives the lane against Mount Healthy Saturday, Feb. 3.

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

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Submitted photo: Alex Laine stands by a wooden “Spinner Ball” game at the Harrison Junior School STEAM Showcase.

When Southwest Local Schools implemented one-to-one computers for students last fall they weren’t expecting to be noticed by Microsoft who recently asked to do a case study on how SLSD uses the tec

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Chelsea McElroy, Harrison, has ben named to the President’s List for the 2017 fall semester at the University of Alabama. McElroy maintained an academic record of 3.5 or above.
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