Nov. 27, 2013
MADISON — The Osmond-Randolph Hawks began their season in Madison Nov. 21 in the annual Jamboree game to raise money for the Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame. It is an exhibition game, and does not count towards the official win-loss season record.
RANDOLPH – Students from Hartington-Newcastle Public Schools have tasted sweet success during the 2023 play production season.
HARTINGTON — Nebraska Extension is excited to team up with Lied Randolph and Hartington Public libraries for programs this fall.
RANDOLPH — Celebration of life service for Ronald Gene Seyl, 83, Lincoln, formerly of Randolph, was Nov. 25, at Stonacek Funeral Chapel, Randolph. Officiating the service was Deacon Doug Tunink. Lunch was served after the service. The service was also live-streamed.
WAUSA – Family members of a Wausa boy who left the world too soon are thankful for the memories they have of him, especially his love for alpacas.