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Hunter Hansen and his grandmother Linda Lulow took advantage of a recent sunny day to have some fun and play on the swing set on Lulow’s property in Randolph.

Those attending the presentation ceremony for the Fire Department are (front) Tim Lemmons, Jim Scott, Rick Korth, Andrew Olson, Steve Thies, Aaron Reimers, Kyle Korth, Junior Pfanstiel, (middle) Pa

HARTINGTON — A 34-yearold Randolph man entered a “not guilty” plea here Monday in a case where he stands accused of several sexual assault crimes against children.

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Randolph Ponies played against Wynot last weekend in Hartington Baseball Tournament, front is Tyson Junck and Collyn Beal backing him up.

 

Randolph’s Mason Nordhues (56) works to block a member of the white team during the All Star Football Classic in Norfolk on Saturday.

 

Softball action is now in full swing. The Hartington 8s recently traveled to Randolph to take on the Randolph girls.

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Hunter Hansen and his grandmother Linda Lulow took advantage of a recent sunny day to have some fun and play on the swing set on Lulow’s property in Randolph.

The Randolph Elementary Student Council, along with School Counselor Amanda Reimers, work to add some art work to the chain link fence north of the football field.

Elementary Student Council members are Gavin Wortman, Gage Jensen, Jake Harder, Ella Scott, Luke Harder, Milo Rayford, Bryson Eledge, not pictured is Astyn Olson.

 

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