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RANDOLPH — The Randolph School Board recently approved the hiring of Brandi Bartels as high school principal. While Bartels’ official contract begins Aug.

RANDOLPH — Everyday people experience situations where events fall into place with no apparent connection.

Some people call it an accident, by chance, fate, destiny and fortuity.

Students at Randolph Elementary celebrated their 100th day of school on Monday. Students in grades K-2 came to school dressed in clothing decorated with 100 items on it.

School

LAUREL - The Lady Cardinals marched to victory in the Girls Lewis & Clark Conference Basketball Tournament on Thursday night with a win over Wakefield-Allen.

OSMOND — The Cardinals earned a second straight loss in the Boys Lewis & Clark Conference Basketball Tournament Friday, falling 46-42 to Bloomfield.

RANDOLPH — The Cardinals got back in the win column on Thursday night with a 41-32 win over Plainview.

Sports

NORFOLK — The Randolph FFA Chapter took a junior and senior team to district livestock judging on Jan. 24, in Norfolk.

WAYNE — Wayne State College head football coach Dan McLaughlin and his staff announced today that 24 high school student-athletes and 12 transfers have made commitments to the Wildcat football prog

RANDOLPH — On Wednesday, Jan. 23, a  day devoted to celebrating our teachers, staff, students, and public school communities.

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