Randall

By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Council Member Dan Noss told the Randall City Council Wednesday that he had heard many residents were unhappy there were no fireworks this year on July 3. “I blame both the City Council and the Fourth of July Committee,” he said. Noss said the Committee tried to move the fireworks from [...]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Marie Pohling, who began Amazing Days in 1994, retired in December. She turned the keys over to Karen Johnson who has been working at the elderly care center for 2 1/2 years. The nursing home, nestled in the woods, north of Randall, was a home to many over the years. Pohling [...]

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The Randall Fire Department, with assistance from the Flensburg Fire Department, responded to a house fire Thursday at 22757 18th Ave. in Parker Township. When the fire departments arrived, the entire roof was gone and if it wasn’t for the stucco exterior, the entire house would have been engulfed in flames. The firefighters sustained no [...]

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A one-car accident Sunday, April 20, sent a 23-year-old man to the hospital. At 5 a.m.  in Parker Township, southwest of Randall, Grant Dalquist of Randall, was driving a Dodge pickup west on Coral Road. He did not notice a sharp curve in time, left the road and rolled the truck approximately four times. The [...]

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Due to severe weather Wednesday, the Randall City Council shortened its April meeting to accommodate essential business which included: •Hearing a report from Camp Ripley’s Communications Officer Scott Bjerke on the upcoming training schedule, prescribed burns, etc.; •Voting to honor the donation of $3,500 to the Fourth of July committee. At the March meeting, the [...]

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Bike racks depicting the “big heart” of the little city of Randall were unveiled Thursday. These racks were designed and put together by Caleb Gosiak. The racks for Randall, created in the shape of a big heart with a smaller “R” at the top, will be placed by Kim’s on Pacific and Gosch’s Store in [...]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Coborn’s Inc., an employee owned business, granted $2,000 to five Morrison County Schools to promote healthy food and life choices by students. The schools benefiting from the grants are Lindbergh Elementary, Lincoln Elementary and Little Falls Community Middle School, all in Little Falls; Dr. S.G. Knight Elementary School in Randall; and [...]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Lenore Olson, Randall, is turning 90 years old Friday, March 14. She will celebrate with friends and family that day at her place of work, Bermel’s Shoes in Randall. Yes, Olson is still working at 90 years old. “I plan on continuing to work as long as I can, as long [...]

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By Tina Snell, Staff Writer An “A” student at Little Falls Community High School (LFCHS), a volunteer at St. Gabriel’s Hospital and an advocate of Sensory Processing Disorder, Averi Hutton was named Miss Teen Morrison County. Tall, slim and poised, Hutton, who lives in Randall, said all she did was apply. “We saw the news item [...]

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