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Sgt. Landen Brent, Spc.  William Crihfield, WWII veteran Bud Holden and Assistant Chaplain Todd Sams participated in the Veterans Day parade at Harrison High School. Halie Barger/The Harrison-Press

News Stories

The Whitewater Township Board of Trustees entered into an agreement with the Board of Hamilton County Commissioners to receive CARES Act Funding. 

COVID-19 has stolen Harrison’s annual Christmas parade. 

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Mayor Bill Neyer recognized Lt. Dennis Helcher for retiring from the Harrison Fire Department after serving for 37 years. Halie Barger/Harrison Press 

Dennis Helcher said goodbye to the Harrison Fire Department after over three decades of service. 

 

 

Sports

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Andrew Roush approaches a shot during the Harrison Wildcats bowling match against Taylor High School. Photo by Sandy Minor

A wrapup of Harrison High School varsity sports (note – due to early holiday deadlines, only results before Nov. 19 are included):

 

Boys basketball

Coaches seldom think beyond the next opponent. That has changed, as now they worry about whether there will be a next opponent.

Ohio’s hunters are eagerly anticipating the chance to take to the woods and fields in November when gun seasons begins for white-tailed deer.

Community

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If you have info for this calendar, or anything you think we should know, send it in an email to newsroom@registerpublications.com.

The Recreation Committee announced plans for Harrison’s 2020 Christmas Parade.

Obituaries

Loretta “Jennie” Stine, 72, Nov. 14, 2020, Harrison, Ohio. Arrangements entrusted to Jackman Hensley Funeral Home.

 

John “Jack” Paul Peters beloved husband for 45 years to the late Mary Barbara Peters (nee Hoffmeier). Dear father of Susan (Jerry) Manastyrskyj, John “Jay” (Sue) Peters and Ellen (Dan) Griffin.

Gilbert Warren Cottingham, of West Harrison, died on Nov. 7, 2020 at the age of 84.

The Harrison Press

Mailing address:
     Harrison Press,
     c/o Register Publications,
     126 W. High St.
     Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
Phone: 1-513-367-4582

 

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