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Lavern Scott “Scotty” continues a family tradition by giving his great grandson Riley his first hair cut, as Riley’s Mom Sydney looks on. Scotty has been cutting hair here for 58 years.

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LINCOLN — Summer is in full swing and county fairs are right around the corner, but due to COVID-19 restrictions many are going forward with 4-H and livestock shows, but not carnivals and public ev

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LINCOLN — The Nebraska economy is slowly recovering from the COVID-19 crisis thanks to steady home sales and a downturn in unemployment claims, according to a new report.

School

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Erin Engel was on the mound for the team’s first game of the season last Thursday in Randolph.

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On a recent trip to one of my favorite fishing holes, it was easy to see that the bluegill were getting ready to spawn as all along the shoreline, as I could see the small circular depressions, num

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I’m hooked on fishing, and once I catch a couple of fish on a certain rig, indicating what they’re biting on, I’ll use whatever it takes to put them in the boat.

Sports

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RANDOLPH - Probationary teacher contracts were approved for Tiffany Guenther, Elem and Jr. High math, for the 2020-21 school year and for Eric Brown, K-12 P.E.

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RANDOLPH — Randolph Public Schools have released the honor roll for the fourth quarter and second semester of the 2019-20 school year. The following is the information currently available.

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RANDOLPH — Randolph was one of several schools awarded state funds from Nebraska’s share of the Volkswagen Diesel Emissions Mitigation Trust for State Beneficiaries.

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