First year wrestlers gain confidence and in a town that is proud of their wrestlers, there is more to be proud of then just boys. Now there is pigtails and glitter in the wrestling world of Harrison.

Submitted photos: Ohio River Valley Pride Coalition was represented during an Indivisible Southeast Indiana rally at the courthouse in Ohio County in February.

This artwork was created by one of the 12-year-old members of the Ohio River Valley Pride Coalition.

Imagine walking down the street when someone in a car throws an unopened can of soda at your head.

Submitted photo: Robert Rudy of West Harrison, polishes a stainless steel replica of the World Trade Center, which will be part of the renovated 911 Steel, one of the few traveling 9/11 memorials in the country. The memorial is owned by the Fire Museum of Greater Cincinnati and is managed by The Goodtimers Foundation, a volunteer group. The memorial will be unveiled in a ceremony at the Green Township Administration Building in Hamilton County, Ohio, Thursday, March 30, at 2 p.m.

The section of twisted structural steel from the World Trade Center in New York ended up in their hands by accident.

But West Harrison resident and Goodtimers Club member Robert Rudy said club members saw it as an opportunity to do a lot of good.

Derek Rehage

Derek Rehage, who has been known for his leadership skills on and off the football field, has been promoted from defensive coordinator to head football coach at Harrison High School.

Matthew Lindley thanking the Board of Education and SLSD for the opportunity to be the new high school principal.

Matthew Lindley, who has been a secondary education administrator in Ohio for 16 years, has been chosen as the new Harrison High School principal. The Board of Education for the Southwest Local School District tonight unanimously selected Lindley, who will replace Davis Baker starting in the 2017-18 school year.

Mike Schiering coaching softball.

 

 Mike Schiering has been directly involved in sports at Harrison High School for the last 37 years, longer than anyone in the community, so it was inevitable that he eventually was selected to be a member of the Harrison High School Athletic Hall of Fame. 

Submitted photos: Ohio River Valley Pride Coalition was represented during an Indivisible Southeast Indiana rally at the courthouse in Ohio County in February.
Submitted photo: Robert Rudy of West Harrison, polishes a stainless steel replica of the World Trade Center, which will be part of the renovated 911 Steel, one of the few traveling 9/11 memorials in the country. The memorial is owned by the Fire Museum of Greater Cincinnati and is managed by The Goodtimers Foundation, a volunteer group. The memorial will be unveiled in a ceremony at the Green Township Administration Building in Hamilton County, Ohio, Thursday, March 30, at 2 p.m.
Derek Rehage
Matthew Lindley thanking the Board of Education and SLSD for the opportunity to be the new high school principal.
Mike Schiering coaching softball.

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Athena Wrestling Club, based out of Harrison, is the first all-girls wrestling club in the area. Wrestlers range in age from 6 to 16.

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Chelsea Grace McElroy, Harrison, was named to The University of Alabama’s President’s List in Tuscaloosa, Ala., for the 2016 fall semester. She achieved a 3.5 grade point average or above.