Interstate 74 was briefly shut down in both directions after an incident at the I-74 scale house in Harrison on Wednesday, Feb. 19.
Update: I-74 is reopened.
Harrison Mayor Bill Neyer gives an update about the city during the Greater Harrison Chamber of Commerce’s State of the Community Breakfast Thursday, Feb. 13. Neyer was one of four speakers. Others were Ohio House Rep. Cindy Abrams, Southwest Local School District Superintendent John Hamstra, and Southwest Athletic Director Mark Meibers.
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A look at the postseason for Harrison High School winter sports teams (Harrison competes in Division I in all sports except football):
A wrapup of Harrison varsity sports action:
Ladyhawk Events and Marie Diane Photography are planning a move from 104 Harrison Ave. in downtown, to 211 Harrison Ave., also in downtown.
Wednesday, Feb. 19
Parent Cafes free
William A. Rettig, 94, of Harrison, passed on Feb 3, 2020. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Brater Winter Funeral Home.
Patrick A. Peine, of Harrison, passed on Jan. 30, 2020. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Brater Winter Funeral Home.
Elsie Mary Gaebel Milton, age 93 of Blue Jay, passed away at her home Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020. Jackman Hensley Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
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