Craig from Custer Electric, left, and Athletic Director Mark Meibers with some of the new lights in April 2014.

In celebration of Harrison athletics being played for 100 years, the Athletic boosters decided they wanted to support a monumental project four years ago, and now all improvements of the Century of Excellence program are complete.

 Ella Pfaffl, Lydia Leurck, Annie Biedenbach, and Tensley Issler in their hustle kindness shirts.

Annie Biedenbach, Lydia Leurck, Tenley Issler, and Ella Pfaffl are starting seventh grade in the next couple of weeks, but last year was not only spent making memories at Harrison Junior School, but a year spent doing good for others in the community.

A Harrison police officer is retiring after 25 years on the force.  

Jeffrey Maurits began his law enforcement career in 1990 serving as a deputy sheriff for the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office.

Two young men from Harrison got to live out a dream that all race fans dream about: racing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Taylor Sawyer has been racing 80 cc shifter karts for about six years and got his friend from Harrison High School, Nate Bley into the sport a couple of years ago.

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.

Craig from Custer Electric, left, and Athletic Director Mark Meibers with some of the new lights in April 2014.
 Ella Pfaffl, Lydia Leurck, Annie Biedenbach, and Tensley Issler in their hustle kindness shirts.
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.

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Craig from Custer Electric, left, and Athletic Director Mark Meibers with some of the new lights in April 2014.

In celebration of Harrison athletics being played for 100 years, the Athletic boosters decided they wanted to support a monumental project four years ago, and now all improvements of the Century of

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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.