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RANDOLPH — Board member Paul Schmit suggested several board members join him for an upcoming private meeting with Laurel school board members during the Oct. 15 regular meeting.

RANDOLPH — Paul Loberg has some interesting hunting buddies.

City Council members, along with City Administrator Kelsey Backer and Mayor Dwayne Schutt, look over information during Wednesday's Council meeting. The meeting drew quite a large crowd as local residents came out to share their views on a proposed new medical clinic

RANDOLPH — For the second week in a row, Randolph area residents packed the City Council Chambers for a meeting about a proposed new medical clinic here. 

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OSMOND - Randolph won one and lost one at the Pierce County Tournament on Thursday night to earn runner-up honors.

RANDOLPH — A late Cardinals’ score lifted Randolph to a 32-26 nail-biting win over Allen here Friday night.

RANDOLPH — A late Cardinals’ score lifted Randolph to a 32-26 nail-biting win over Allen here Friday night.

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RANDOLPH — Board member Paul Schmit suggested several board members join him for an upcoming private meeting with Laurel school board members during the Oct. 15 regular meeting.

RANDOLPH — Ag in the Classroom penpal, Anita Keys, stopped by on Thursday, Oct. 4 to visit the fourth grade Social Studies class.

Several local residents participated in the Basic Quickbooks offered at the Lied Randolph Public Library. The first class started last Wednesday and is a two part class.

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