We will never forget

“The attacks of September 11th were intended to break our spirit. Instead we have emerged stronger and more unified. We feel renewed

We will never forget2021-09-13T19:09:13+00:00

Origins of the Hubbard Squash

Bela Hubbard, founder of Randolph, Ohio, was the first to cultivate the Hubbard Squash according to local legend. There are many tales

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Randolph Heritage Festival

This is a short history devoted to the final chapter of Randolph's Heritage Festival. From 1994-2005, a group of Randolph residents

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Randolph Flour Mill Established

The Randolph Flour Mill was known far and wide after its start in 1868 and operated until 1917. It stood south and

Randolph Flour Mill Established2019-02-28T17:44:12+00:00

First Randolph Fair

The first Randolph Fair was held on October 15, 1858, beside the road on Route 44. The vegetables, fruits, and grains were

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Johnnycake Hollow Fire

These are only a few highlights of early Randolph history. Later would come the growth of a part of the township that

Johnnycake Hollow Fire2019-02-28T17:40:54+00:00

Typhoid Outbreak Kills 26 Adults

Typhoid Outbreak Kills 26 Adults. Typhoid fever is a type of enteric fever, along with paratyphoid fever. The cause is the bacterium

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Hubbard Squash Created

In 1831 sons of Hubbard and Belding took a journey into the southern part of Ohio. After spending some time there returned

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Randolph Population Reaches 328

18201820 the population of Randolph had grown to 328 and more than doubled in the following 10 years.

Randolph Population Reaches 3282019-02-28T17:29:46+00:00
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