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Family Pass: $175 (Parents and Kids in K-12) Adult Pass: $100 Student Pass: $60 Senior Pass: $60 We are going to do the “Football Season Ticket Pass” again … more
Thank you to everyone who came out to our 54th annual Chicken BBQ. 2,130 people served with 4,000 lbs of chicken, 4800 lbs of corn, and 700 lbs of beans. Special thanks to all our retired … more
The Randolph High School College Athlete wall is completed. To be eligible, athletes will need to fulfill their obligation to their school - whether it be play 2 years at a 2 year school or 4 years … more
Dundas, MN: Frandsen Bank & Trust Dundas market president Dan Scheffler announced that Sarah Schaekel has joined as a business/ag banker. Scheffler says, “Sarah has over ten years of … more
Families, friends, and neighbors can find Flaherty’s Northfield Lanes driving south on Highway 3 on the west side of the highway. Since last fall, the business has been making some noticeable … more
2022/2023 Student Meals Will No Longer Be Free   Randolph students will be charged the following prices for their meals Breakfast - Preschool and Grades 1-12 $2.00 … more
Randolph Schools is celebrating the 2022-2023 school year with our annual Blast Off Day. Please see below for details on the August 31, event.   Rocket Blast Off Day Wednesday, … more
Be sure to enter the Messenger drawing for Minnesota Renaissance Festival tickets. You will be able to enter by e-mailing your name and address to hometownmessenger@gmail.com . Winners will be drawn … more
CannonBelles , an award-winning cheese company based in Cannon Falls, received a  Small Enterprise Loan  from SMIF in 2021. Deeann Lufkin, co-owner of CannonBelles, shared some of the … more
The Minnesota Baseball Association and the Dundas Dukes announced they will be hosting the State Class B and Class C tournaments in Dundas, Faribault and Miesville.  Tournaments … more
The 54th Annual Randolph Hampton Chicken BBQ and Street Dance will be held Saturday August 20, 2022 in Randolph. The Annual Fund Raising event will se serving from 3 PM - 8 PM with the … more
We are moving our annual Dig Pink volleyball fundraiser to Tackle Cancer this year. Our initiative has been strongly supported over the years, and we are ready to build on the foundation that is … more
The Hastings Dairy Store has completed a months-long effort to renovate the former tanning shop building at 1700 Vermillion Street, across from the Creamery, and opened the new Hastings Dairy Store. more
The Randolph Rockets baseball team will celebrate its Class A state championship with a parade on Sunday, June 26, at 6p.m. The parade will start at Castle Rock Bank and end at Murray Field by the … more
Albert Quie, former Minnesota governor and congressman is now the oldest living former governor of any U. S. state as well as the oldest living former member of the Unites States House of … more
CANNON FALLS, Minn. – After 11 years of making cheese at a pilot test plant and in turkey roasters, the ladies of CannonBelles have finally moved into their new cheese plant in Cannon … more
Agriculture teacher Ed Terry (left) was named Teacher of the Year and Special Education paraprofessional Heather Weis was honored as Employee of the Year at the Randolph School's end-of-year faculty … more
A Honor Roll 12th Grade:  Derek Foss, Kilyn Fredrickson, Jackson Gisch, Jefferson Gisch, Derek Niebur, Clay Nielsen, Mason Lorenzen, Olivia McCabe, Lindsay Sundby and Helena Wiik. 11th … more
Randolph Schools was notified that long-time teacher and coach, Mike Silk, was named the newest member of the Minnesota Fastpitch Coaches' Association Hall of Fame and will be formally inducted on … more
Congratulations to Clay Nielsen and Lindsay Sundby for their commitments to Wartburg (Men’s Basketball) and Gustavus (Women’s Swimming and Diving) this morning! They join fellow … more
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