Randolph Times


These kids had a special ride for their first day of school.

BELDEN — The United Presbyterian Churches of Laurel and Belden are welcoming Jim and Kathleen Splitt as their new pastors.

HARTINGTON — The filing deadline for the November election for Natural Resource Districts and public utilities was Aug. 1.


The Cardinal football team hit the field for their first practice and conditioning Aug. 6.

The Randolph Lady Cards got started with volleyball practice last week. Kamryn Pekarek’s seems to say it all as she jumps rope during warm ups.

The Randolph Sand Volleyball League wrapped up the season with a tournament on Sunday, Aug. 5.


Members of the Randolph High School Class of 1968 attending their 50th class reunion include, (back row, l-r) Gary Dominisse, Ed Wattier of Osmond, Jerry Backhaus of McLean, Jules Olberding, David

ALTANTA, Ga — More than 7,500 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America members, advisers, alumni, and guests from across the country gathered in Atlanta, Ga., June 28 - July 2 for the 2018 N

RANDOLPH — Libraries Rock! That is the theme for this year’s Summer Reading Program at Lied Randolph Public Library.

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