• Patrick Melvin recently began his duties as the new city administrator for the City of Arlington.
  • Arlington Maintenance Supervisor Kirby Weckworth worked to put up Christmas wreaths and garlands across Main Street in downtown Arlington on Monday afternoon, Nov. 20.
  • In conjunction with the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, students at the Green Isle Community School collected 129 pounds of food for the Sibley County Food Shelf. The food items were dropped off at the Sibley County Food Shelf in Gaylord on Monday afternoon, Nov. 20. Left to right: Madalyn Vinkemeier, Evalina Halling and Camdyn Hanson.
  • Six letterwinners return for the Sibley East varsity girls volleyball team this season. Left to right: Taylor Perschau, Taylor Brinkman, Morgan Stearns, Rachel Rettmann, Ali Stock and McKenzie Latzke.
  • Thirteen students were inducted into the Sibley East National Honor Society during a ceremony at the Sibley East Middle School/High School in Arlington on Friday evening, Nov. 17. Front Row: (left to right) Ariel Butler, Olivia Gronholz, Madison Grove, Rebekah King, Madilyn Krentz and Jens Lundstrom. Back Row: (l to r) Morgan Mathews, Rachel Rettmann, Sydney Schott, Michaela Sylvester and Jennifer Wear. Missing from the photo are Ty Knacke and Abby Widmer.

Overlay on County Road 17

The Arlington City Council, during its regular meeting on Monday night, Nov. 20, unanimously adopted a resolution to authorize Sibley County to conduct a mill/overlay on County Road 17 from Main Street to the railroad track in the City of Arlington in 2018.

City Council members Michelle Battcher, Adam Cowell, Tom Hatlestad, Jim Heiland and James Jaszewski all voted in favor of the resolution.