• 25th Anniversary! It’s been 25 years since the 1994 Sibley East varsity boys baseball team captured the Minnesota State Class A Baseball Championship.
  • Two new homes are currently being built in Arlington. The two new homes are being constructed in the northwest corner of town. A crew poured the basement for this new home along Seventh Avenue Northwest on Tuesday morning, June 18.
  • The Arlington Farmers Market kicked off on Monday night, June 17. Andrew Meuleners, left, and Mary Yeates, right, were among the six vendors at the event. The Arlington Farmers Market is held in the west parking lot at the Community Center from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. every Monday through September.
  • The following members of the Sibley East Trap Team were award winners at the 2019 Minnesota State High School League Clay Target League trap shooting tournament in Alexandria. Left to right: Assistant coach Jon Harbarth, Hunter Stearns (94/100 and 25 straight), Tucker Hendrycks (93/100 and 25 straight), Gene Dieball (25 straight), Benton Kranz (94/100 and 50 straight), Nate DeVries (92/100 and 50 straight), Tyler Stolt (96/100 and 50 straight), Ian Malinowski (95/100 and 25 straight), Korri Brockoff (25 straight) and coach Kenn Mueller. Missing from the photo is Chetan Kumar (92/100 and 25 straight).

Story Hour is underway in Arlington and Green Isle

The communities of Arlington and Green Isle invite boys and girls, ages two through nine, to Story Hour this year. There is no fee.

In Arlington, Story Hour is held at the Arlington Public Library from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays.

In Green Isle, Story Hour is held at the Green Isle Community School from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Story Hour is an informal fun gathering for story telling, story reading, creative dramatics, costumes, filmstrips and puppets. At the end of each session, time will be allotted to sign out library books.