• Ventriloquist David Malmberg, right, and his friend, Leonard Cribble, left, provided the entertainment during the Sibley County Senior Expo on Tuesday afternoon, April 18.
  • Centerpoint Energy has been installing new natural gas lines along Fourth Avenue Northwest in preparation of the 2017 Street & Utility Improvement Project, according to Principal Engineer Jason Femrite. This photo was taken on the east side of the Arlington Enterprise building late last week.
  • The Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce presented a Friend of the Chamber Award to the Knights of Columbus on Tuesday night, April 18. Left to right: Chamber member and Knights of Columbus member Bob Thomes, Knights of Columbus Grand Knight Tim Kloeckl, Knights of Columbus Deputy Grand Knight Francis Bigaouette and Knights of Columbus Past Grand Knight Scott Bates.
  • These four individuals received major awards during the annual banquet sponsored by the Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday night, April 18. The event was held at the Arlington Haus Too. Left to right: Mike Stumm (Community Member of the Year Award), Leah Prahl (Outstanding Chamber Member Award), Derek Hahn (Past President Award) and Wendell Terlinden (Outstanding Chamber Member Award).
  • Thirteen area boys recently competed in the Northland Youth Wrestling Association (NYWA) State and Invitational tournament in Rochester.
  • These volleyball players had a great end to their Junior Olympic Volleyball season. In just over 24 hours. They played 10 matches and went 9-1 for matches and 19-2 for games.
  • Members of the Washington T. Bookers Book Club presented this bouquet of flowers and cupcakes to Arlington Public Library Director Kathy Homme and library assistant Pat Grabitske.

Sibley County Business Expo will be held in Arlington on Thursday evening, April 20

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The second annual Sibley County Business Expo will be held at the Arlington Community Center from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 20.
Nearly 40 businesses, organizations and government entities have registered to participate in the event.
The theme for the event is “Go Local: Live and Work in Sibley County.”
There is free admission and everyone is welcome to attend this event.

Find the complete story in the April 20, 2017 edition of the Arlington Enterprise.