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HARTINGTON — Flood damaged roads were once again the main topic of conversation at this week’s Cedar County Commission meeting.

The Colonial Manor held their annual Easter Egg hunt last Saturday. Approximately 1,300 eggs were hidden on the nursing home lawn.

County Commissioners Monday expressed frustration that their efforts to close flooddamaged roads are being thwarted.

School

WAUSA — The Randolph golf team finished fourth at the Osmond Invitational at the Rolling Hills Golf Course Thursday.

Clearwater-Orchard fired a 373 to win the team title.

MADISON — Randolph’s Keaton Backhaus won two individual golds at the April 16 Madison Invite.

HARTINGTON — The Cardinal boys’ track team grabbed fourth, and the girls fifth at the Cedar Catholic Track Invite last Tuesday in a field of six schools.

Sports

The Randolph Times is profiling its seniors again this week.

 

NORFOLK - Randolph Jazz Band earns third place trophy out of 15 bands at the Northeast Jazz Festival in Norfolk.

 VERMILLION, SD — The Randolph Jazz Band takes home a 4th place trophy and three students earn soloist awards at Coyote Jazz Festival at USD on March 12.

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