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Give me a “C.”

Give me a “H.”

Give me a “A.”

Give me a “M.”

Give me a “P.”

Give me a “S.”

What’s that spell?

Champs.

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Peggy Leiting gives Cindy Billerbeck and her granddaughter, Kinsley Billerbeck, a push down the hill.

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WAUSA — Knox and Cedar County residents endured rolling power outages early this week.

School

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OMAHA — Quad County Northeast qualified two wrestlers for last week’s Nebraska State Wrestling Championships.

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Alan Dale

HARTINGTON — The Randolph Cardinal boys basketball team (7-14) wrapped up the regular season under less-than-ideal circumstances Friday.

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RANDOLPH — The Randolph Lady Cardinals may have fallen short of advancing to a district final and securing a better record overall, but don’t tell them they didn’t enjoy plenty of success in a pand

Sports

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WYNOT — Two members of the Randolph speech team, Tyson Junck and Alex Heiman, were able to travel to Wynot on Saturday, Feb. 6, for competition.

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RANDOLPH — Randolph Public School teachers and staff may be vaccinated for COVID-19 in early February.

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RANDOLPH — It’s a real win-win situation at Randolph Public Schools.

Students get real-world working experience. At the same time, the community is provided a service.

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