It’s Official!

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CADIZ – The new Harrison Hills High School made it official when at approximately 3:30 p.m. today, a host of officials finally cut the ribbon on the long-awaited structure.

Numerous officials were accompanied by plenty of past and present Huskies that turned out to make up an enormous crowd.

After the ribbon-cutting the crowd swamped the building and ventured into every room they could squeeze into.

Harrison Community Hospital provided some food and refreshments.

Read the full story with individual comments in our Saturday, Aug. 17th print edition.

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  1. I wonder what my late father, Earl Norquest, The Class of 1936 or so I remember, would think of this new campus, that the only public school district left in Harrison County would not even be the campus that he would have attended nor known over those years when he returned to visit the Norquest relatives who remained in the county or when he returned for class reunions? That new campus outside of Cadiz–quite an achievement, a new vision and location for public education in Harrison County. The Husky mascot finds a new home and long term address.

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