Open House set at new Cardinal Kids Learning Center

RANDOLPH — Cardinal Kids Learning Center is holding an Open House this Saturday Oct. 28 from 2-4 p.m. Kids from 0-4 years of age are invited to bring their parents to the event to take a “Progress Tour” and ask questions about enrollment. Parents will learn more about the first 60 months of learning and […]

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Area resident proud of her Hall of Fame career

WAYNE — A Randolph resident has been honored by Wayne State College for her Hall of Fame careeer. Melissa (Schmit) Davis was inducted into the Hall of Fame as a member of the 2006 Women’s Cross Country Team at Wayne State College. The 2006 Wayne State College Women’s Cross Country Team won the Northern Sun […]

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Osborne to visit Randolph this week

RANDOLPH — Former Cornhusker football coach Tom Osborne will be in Randolph this week. Osborne is visiting the school Friday to help promote the TeamMates program. Osborne and his wife, Nancy, started the youth mentoring program in 1991. Several special activities are planned in conjunction with Osborne’s visit here. Special kids activities will begin at […]

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School Board accepts resignation

RANDOLPH — Randolph School Board members accepted the resignation of high school special education teacher Angie Zach on Oct. 16. The group will advertise for a replacement for the position. Elementary Principal Mary Miller announced the school’s book fair achieved the $1,200 mark. Parent teacher conferences achieved an 85 to 90 percent attendance, according to […]

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Auditorium renovation plans see changes

RANDOLPH — Board members were given an update on the renovation project for the City Auditorium during the Randolph City Council meeting on Oct. 4th. Larry Janssen, Chairman of the Committee for the Auditorium Renovation, told board members some changes are being made to the plans that were originally underway. Committee members had found out, […]

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Work continues on Cardinal Kids Learning Center

RANDOLPH — As work continues on the new Cardinal Kids Learning Center, more of the unused space is being returned to classroom and office space to make enough room for up to 40 Randolph area infants and toddlers. The Learning Center is expected to start with 20 children, with room for eight infants and 12 […]

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Corps to begin design work here

RANDOLPH — After concluding a flood risk management feasibility study for the city of Randolph, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Omaha District will soon begin designing and constructing a flood risk management project. The project includes widening the channel along approximately one and one of quarter mile of Middle Logan Creek from the County […]

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Agencies will work on flood control in southern Cedar County

RANDOLPH — After concluding a flood risk management feasibility study for the city of Randolph, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Omaha District will soon begin designing and constructing a flood risk management project. The project includes widening the channel along approximately one-and-a-quarter miles of Middle Logan Creek from the County Line Road bridge upstream […]

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Randolph Mayor enters ‘not guilty’ plea in assault case

HARTINGTON — Randolph Mayor Dwayne Schutt made his first appearance in Cedar County District Court Monday. Schutt, 61, faces four felony charges of sexual assault of a child and a felony child abuse charge. Schutt, who appeared in court with his attorney Luke Henderson, Norfolk, entered a “not guilty” plea to all charges during the […]

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Randolph Daycare is debated

RANDOLPH —  Randolph Public School board members met Feb. 20 with an estimated audience of several dozen community members. The meeting was conducted in the commons area due to the large number of people attending to discuss the school daycare project. “If the school does the daycare, it will be a learning center and it […]

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