A woman donates food at Church on Fire Ministries’ Fill That Truck event on Sunday, Dec. 9. The food collected during the event will go toward feeding children in need at Crosby, Harrison, and Miamitown elementary schools throughout the school year. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press

 

Almost 200 children in the Southwest Local School District go home each Friday with a power pack full of food to help them get through the weekend. 

Much of this food is donated from community members through Church on Fire Ministries’ Fill That Truck events, which benefit Crosby, Harrison, and Miamitown elementary schools. 

Daniel Larkins wraps up his Loveland opponent Thursday, Dec. 6. Photo by Sandy Minor

Harrison’s place in the center of the local high school wrestling world will be reinforced again this weekend when the school hosts the 2018 Southwest Ohio Wrestling Coaches Association’s Glenn Sample Coaches Classic Tournament.

Members of Harrison’s junior varsity girls soccer team, from left: front, Emily Sandlin, Ava Eckel, Emma Ward, Paige King, Abby Cox, Mykayla Mason, Sarah Helms and C.J. Bolton; second row, Sam Farfsing, Maria Turpin, Ashley Bley, Jaylin Greenham, Jenna Huy, Lana Price, Cassie Schultheis; third row, coach Doug Miller, coach Maria Clark, Kyra Voll, Megan Bley, Kara Mason, Grace Schallick, Kyra Schafer and varsity coach Tory Kinnett. Submitted photo

 

They are the warm-up act of high school sports. Freshman and junior varsity teams that are often just finishing their games when the crowds file into the stands for the main attraction.

Clint Reidmiller

 

The parents of a 2-month-old boy who was missing from Harrison for more than a day are both facing an interference with custody charge, a third-degree misdemeanor, after taking their son of whom they do not have custody. 

This football schedule poster, from Ameritel Advertising, used Harrison High School's "Wildcat H" logo without the school's permission. Submitted photo

 

What is the value of Harrison High School’s “Wildcat H” logo?

Valuable enough that athletic director Mark Meibers wants to protect its public use.

Sami Wilkins splits the defense against Winton woods, taking the ball to the hoop. Photo by Sandy Minor

Southwest Ohio Conference basketball teams will be happy to start playing each other. Combined, SWOC boys and girls squads won only 10 of 36 games through Dec. 6 – three of those wins came from the undefeated Ross boys team.

 A look at how Harrison’s Southwest Ohio Conference rivals are performing:

A woman donates food at Church on Fire Ministries’ Fill That Truck event on Sunday, Dec. 9. The food collected during the event will go toward feeding children in need at Crosby, Harrison, and Miamitown elementary schools throughout the school year. Sydney Murray/The Harrison Press
Daniel Larkins wraps up his Loveland opponent Thursday, Dec. 6. Photo by Sandy Minor
Members of Harrison’s junior varsity girls soccer team, from left: front, Emily Sandlin, Ava Eckel, Emma Ward, Paige King, Abby Cox, Mykayla Mason, Sarah Helms and C.J. Bolton; second row, Sam Farfsing, Maria Turpin, Ashley Bley, Jaylin Greenham, Jenna Huy, Lana Price, Cassie Schultheis; third row, coach Doug Miller, coach Maria Clark, Kyra Voll, Megan Bley, Kara Mason, Grace Schallick, Kyra Schafer and varsity coach Tory Kinnett. Submitted photo
Clint Reidmiller
This football schedule poster, from Ameritel Advertising, used Harrison High School's "Wildcat H" logo without the school's permission. Submitted photo
Sami Wilkins splits the defense against Winton woods, taking the ball to the hoop. Photo by Sandy Minor

Around TOWN

Friday, Nov. 23

Music bingo

Music Bingo-Bar Style/Karaoke  8 p.m. until  midnight at American Legion Post 199, located at 10700 Campbell Road, Harrison.

Court News

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

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