Community Calendar
This Week's Events
Local Events

The district receives from the area information about local events that we are asked to post.

In this section, when available, we will make that information available. To have your event posted please contact the District Office.


Our Communities in Pictures

Randolph ShortStop
Randolph Independence Day Celebration
Olsburg Farmer's Market
Welcome to Fostoria
Tuttle Creek Reservoir
Olsburg City Park
Olsburg Post Office
Union State Bank Randolph Branch
Randolph VFW
Tuttle Creek Reservoir
Pottawatomie-Wabaunsee Library in Olsburg
Welcome to Randolph
Randolph Senior Citizens
Olsburg Methodist Church
Randolph Self Storage
Olsburg American Legion and Senior Center
Randolph Post Office
Olsburg Traditions Hair Salon and Memory Lane Gift Shop
Randolph Methodist Church
Olsburg Grocery Store
Randolph City Park
Walsburg Lutheran Church
McCormick Elementary School and Playground
Olsburg Lutheran Church
Olsburg Community Pool
Mariadahl Cemetery - Olsburg

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Our Location


We are the communities and surrounding area of RandolphOlsburg, and Fostoria.

We are located in Northeast Kansas, around the north end of Tuttle Creek Reservoir, in Riley and Pottawatomie Counties.

We are twenty five miles north of Manhattan, home of Kansas State University.


Community Websites


City of Randolph

To see what is going on in Randolph visit the city's website. You can view the calendar of events, keep up with the PRIDE committee, check out what is going on during the annual Independence Day Celebration, see our list of businesses, and see what is available for recreation activities. You can also check us out on Facebook.


City of Olsburg

To see what is going on in Olsburg visit the city's website. You can view current and upcoming events on the home page, view listings of businesses and organizations, read about the history of our city, keep up with PRIDE, and view some pictures of our community. You can also check us out on Facebook.

"Bridging the Generations" - The History of Old Randolph


In 1960, the Tuttle Creek Reservoir Dam ended Randolph and ten other neighboring towns. All the towns along the river in the counties of Riley, Pottawatomie, and part of Marshall are now under the water of the Tuttle Creek Reservoir.

The town of Randolph relocated several miles west to it’s current location.

Some traditions, families, friendships, land, farming economy, and memories were lost. However, many people said that their life and town wasn't going away, just moving.


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