Published On: Wed, Jan 4th, 2017

News of 2016: Loberg chosen as Randolph’s Good Neighbor

June 15, 2016

RANDOLPH — On, Monday, June 6, about 500 Nebraska Vietnam veterans, including several from Cedar County, boarded three chartered planes to spend a day in Washington DC touring the monuments and visiting Arlington National Cemetery.

Among them were, Jerry Wiese, Dave Schmit and Dennis Shannon, Randolph, as well as Wally Ulrich, Hartington, Dick Carlson, Lonnie Nixon and Regg Ward all of Laurel.

The event was made possible by Bill and Yvonne Williams’ Patriotic Productions, a non-profit organization that raised $450,000 to send Vietnam Combat Veterans to the nation’s capital.

RANDOLPH — Randolph School Board members got a quick lesson in school financing and state regulations at Monday’s School Board meeting here.

Supt. Jeff Hoesing discussed 2016 to 2017 Budget Authority and Allowable Reserve Percentage Certification from the Nebraska Department of Education with the School Board.

All public school districts are under an expenditure limitation for the general fund budget of disbursements and transfers. The Department of Education calculates and certifies budget authority to each school district.

June 22, 2016

RANDOLPH — Frozen Treats — The hot weather has got area kids flocking to the Frozen Cow to cool off. Emma Munter, 11 (l-r), Grace Nordhues, 12, Rachel Rath, 13, Emmalee Harder, 13, and Natalie Munter, 13, enjoy ice cream treats last Wednesday at Randolph’s downtown spot for chilling out.

HARTINGTON — Commissioners looked at spending over $500,000 at the June 14 Cedar County meeting.

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