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Harrison has lost two of their own
Harrison has lost two of their own in the horrible tragedy that occurred yesterday in Texas. Robert and Shani Corrigan, were both HHS graduates.
The family has requested that we come together Monday, November 6 for a candle light vigil at 5:30 p.m. at the Veterans Freedom Park in Harrison, as Robert was an Air Force retiree and they have two boys currently on active duty. Please pass the word and let's show this family that they will not be forgotten..Funeral services to be announced later in the week.
Veterans Honored, Statues Unveiled
HARRISON – Attendees at the 2017 Veterans Day ceremony at Veterans Freedom Park in Harrison had their mettle tested by brisk November temperatures. That, however, paled in contrast to the challenges faced and trials endured by members of the military during conflicts of the past and current day. That fact was noted by Veterans Affairs Director Renee Haley as she greeted the crowd. She described the day as a time for recognizing all veterans who have given of themselves for this country.
A New Coach Steps Foot on Harrison’s Court
Harrison High School is excited to have a new Varsity Basketball coach this year. Coach Nate finished college at Central Michigan University and played basketball growing up. by Harley MullinView Full Story
Why is the Cleaver Purple?
November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month and the Cleaver is purple in support!
Pancreatic cancer is the third leading cause of cancer-related death in the U.S., killing more people than breast cancer. The five-year survival rate for pancreatic is only 7 to 8 percent.
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