• Isabel Figueroa and Lucas Dose were crowned as Sweetheart & Hunk during a coronation ceremony at the Sibley East High School in Arlington on Monday afternoon, Feb. 11.
  • Rural Green Isle resident Brian Thies, a member of the Green Isle Lions Club, was recently elected as the District Governor for 5M2 Lions. His term will begin on July 1, 2019. The Thies family posed for a photo at the event. (Left to right) Nick Thies, Rose Thies, Brian Thies and Liz Thies.
  • These students dressed up on Meme Day as part of Sweetheart and Hunk Week at the Sibley East High School/Middle School in Arlington on Monday, Feb. 11. Left to right: Cassidy Schoener, Robert Wear and Montana Krueger. Tuesday, Feb. 12 was Twin/Teacher Day. Wednesday, Feb. 13 was Character Day. Thursday, Feb. 14 is Camo Day. Friday, Feb. 15 is Generation Day. A Sadie Hawkins Dance will be held in the Commons Area from 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15.
  • Five area bowlers who bowl in the youth league at El Toro Bowl advanced to the 2019 Minnesota Singles Youth Bowling Tournament District Level. Front Row: (left to right) Michelle Meyer and Brianna Kettner. Back Row: (l to r) Austin Allison, Ian Templin and Mason Meyer.
  • Sibley East senior Rachel Rettmann was set to take a three-point shot against Jordan.
  • Sibley East senior Kameron In (2) drove to the basket against the Saints.

Developer is interested in City of Arlington

By Kurt Menk
Editor

A developer is interested in building some town homes in the City of Arlington.
Arlington Economic Development Authority (EDA) Director Amy Newsom announced the news at the EDA meeting on Monday evening, Feb. 11.


The developer, according to Newsom, has purchased some lots north of the race track. The town homes will be valued at approximately $230,000 each.


Newsom added that the developer will start to build once the first town home is sold.