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RANDOLPH - The Randolph City Council meeting last Wednesday featured a changing of the arms at mayor.

RANDOLPH — Randolph’s annual Christmas celebration is returning to the good old days.

HARTINGTON — A Randolph man was sentenced in Cedar County District Court Monday to 45-53 years in prison for committing sexual assault against children.

School

Carter Schnoor snags a rebound during action against Laurel last week.

LAUREL - The Cardinals fell to a Laurel-Concord-Coleridge team on Saturday night that has put on a scoring frenzy so far.

RANDOLPH - It was a rough night for the Randolph girls basketball team last Thursday, losing 51-21 to Ponca at home.

RANDOLPH — The Winter sports season officially gets underway here this week. The Randolph boys and girls varsity basketball teams start the season Thursday night at Osmond.

Sports

Jenna Albers, Baylie Shearer, and Emmalee Harder in front of the capitol building.

LINCOLN - Three of Randolph’s FCCLA students were recognized during a Career Education Ceremony on Monday, Nov. 19.

Customer Service cast includes, (front row, l-r), John Munter, Brooklynn Gall, Abreanna Greiner, (back row) Tyson Junck, Emmalee Harder and Ariel Fye.

RANDOLPH — On Nov. 2, the one-act play cast performed “Please Hold” for the public in the high school gym. On Nov.

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.

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