• Lana Beck, Le Sueur, recently painted two scenic murals on the walls inside the Lions Center in Arlington. The two murals are the finishing touches of the Arlington Lions Club Building Renovation Centennial Legacy Project.
  • The Sibley East Public Schools, for the first time in its history, will have a new transportation service for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year. The Sibley East School Board, in mid June, unanimously approved a motion to accept a quotation from 4 Point 0 School Services, Inc. to provide transportation services for Sibley East Schools during the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 school years. The school buses from 4 Point 0 School Services are both newer and bigger than the school buses previously owned and operated by the Sibley East Public Schools.
  • These individuals were in Arlington to promote the new BizLink North website which is up and running for people to buy and sell a business. Left to right: SBDC Marketing Assistant Nathaniel Tucek, SBDC Regional Director Mike Hahn and Sibley County Community Development Program Manager Amy Newsom.
  • The following adults were winners in the Bake N’ Taste Contest at the Sibley County Fair. Left to right: Carol Fisher (first place), Rosie Kaufmann (third place) and Robby Pautsch (fourth place). Missing from the photo is Stephanie Schulte (second place).

Open house will be held for proposed ambulance merger

The Cities of Arlington and Gaylord, together with their volunteer ambulance services, would like to invite all community, township members, and interested parties to a Public Information Open House at the Arlington Community Center at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 26.

This public meeting is to present information about the proposed merger of the two ambulance services.

Discussion will include how the merger will work, why the merger is needed and the added benefits to each community.

People who have any questions are encouraged to attend this public infomation open house. Any and all input will be considered.

People who are unable to attend but still have questions are encouraged to contact Arlington City Administrator Pat Melvin at 507-964-2378 or Gaylord City Administrator Lory Young at 507-237-2338.