Author Archive: Harrison News Herald

George Lyle Hamilton, Jr.

“Junior” George Lyle Hamilton, Jr. “Junior” and “Pappy,” age 65, passed peacefully at his home near Jewett, Thursday morning, Aug. 20. Born July 21,...

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Democratic Committee supports HH bond levy

HARRISON COUNTY – On Monday, Aug. 17th, the Harrison County Democratic Central and Executive Committee unanimously adopted a resolution endorsing the passage...

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Car overturns in Cadiz

CADIZ – A four-door SUV rolled over next to an embankment early Monday afternoon on Reservoir Road. Three people were in the vehicle at the time with two suffering...

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Delores Wootchie

Delores Jean Smith Wootchie, age 73, of Marysville, formerly of Hopedale and Cadiz, died Thursday, Aug. 20, at Hospice at Riverside Kobacker House in Columbus. She...

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Charlotte Renicker

Charlotte A. Renicker, age 74, of Bowerston passed away Thursday, Aug. 20, in Bowerston Hills Nursing Home. Born Sept. 28, 1940 in Dennison she was a daughter of...

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Deersville does it right

Trick Pony took the stage on a Saturday night in Deersville. The occasion was the celebration of 200 years in existence for the little village but the band brought...

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William R. Culbertson

William R. Culbertson, 77, of Flushing, formerly of New Athens, passed away peacefully at his home on the beloved family farm on Thursday, August 20.  He now walks...

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It’s breastfeeding awareness month

By JD LONG jim@harrisonnewsherald.com HARRISON COUNTY – The women with Women, Infants and Children (WIC) of Harrison County want everyone to know the health benefits...

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Carl Gordon “Doc” Sparling

Carl Gordon “Doc” Sparling, 83, of Cadiz died Monday, Aug. 17 at 2 p.m., at the Kingston Residence of Marion, Ohio. Carl was born May 28, 1932 in Ravenna...

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Deersville bicentennial closing in

DEERSVILLE – Come Aug. 22 the Deersville will be witnessing an event they, or anyone in the area has seen in a long time. The long awaited celebration is getting...

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