DYNAMIX, Harrison High School’s A Cappella group, won first place at a Great Lakes Quarterfinal of the Varsity Vocals International Championship of High School A Cappella. The group will now compete at semifinals on Saturday, March 23. Submitted photo

News Stories

 

Thomas Meranda, the man wanted in a sexual imposition case out of Harrison, has turned himself in, according to the Harrison Police Department. 

 

Jamison Road, which connects Harrison and Bright, will be closed from Wednesday, March 20, to Sunday, Aug. 18, to replace the bridge over the Whitewater River. 

Sports

 

Thirty-four out of 224 runs scored.

Thirty-seven of 280 hits.

Thirty-nine of 213 runs batted in.

 

No matter how many times a coach has seen his team in preseason workouts, it’s difficult for him or her to know much about his team until it competes.

 

What the Harrison boys bowling team has been looking for all season, they finally found across town in Blue Ash.

Community

Harrison Mayor Bill Neyer, left, and Joe Ramsey, recently promoted to lieutenant for the Harrison Police Department, take a moment to celebrate his new rank. Submitted photo

 

Harrison Police Department’s Joe Ramsey has been with the department since 2005 and was recently promoted from sergeant to lieutenant. 

Obituaries

Suzanne “Sue” Kirby Leonard, 85, of Indianapolis, was surrounded by her loving family as she took her final breath March 2, 2019.

Betty Lou Clark, age 96, of New Trenton, Ind., passed away Friday, March 15, 2019, in Cincinnati, Ohio.  Born Feb.

Norman “Ray” Brasier, age 87, of Logan, Ind., formerly of Harrison, Ohio, passed away Friday, March 15, 2019, at Shady Nook Care Center Lawrenceburg, Ind.  

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