• The Sibley East varsity girls tennis team returns nine letterwinners this season. Front Row: (left to right) Mandy Thomes, Alli Harter and Ella Lundstrom. Back Row: (l to r) Emily Tuchtenhagen, Faith Young, Ariel Butler, Lindsey Flieth and Norma Gonzalez. Missing from the photo is Caydyn Anderson.
  • The Final Ride for the 10th Raise The Rouf event started at the Club New Yorker in Green Isle on Saturday morning, Aug. 20. Despite the rain, approximately 50 to 60 people participated in The Final Ride, according to Ethan Henke. The ride consisted of 130 miles and six stops. Overall, the Raise The Rouf event raised nearly $13,000 for Jay Werner this year, according to Becky Cameron. On April 2, Werner experienced several seizures after a date night with his wife, Shalon. After several days of tests, he was diagnosed on April 16 with a Oligodendroglioma tumor which is a grade two type of brain cancer.
  • The Sibley Medical Foundation sponsored its annual Ice Cream Social in the Heritage Building at the Sibley County Fairgrounds in Arlington on Wednesday night, Aug. 17. The Lundstrom family provided musical entertainment during the event. Bekah Lundstrom is pictured on the left while Jens Lundstrom is pictured on the right.
  • The helicopter from North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale made an appearance at the Ice Cream Social sponsored by the Sibley Medical Foundation at the fairgrounds in Arlington on Wednesday night, Aug. 24.
  • The Salvation Army, Green Isle Lions Club, Arlington Lions Club, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Green Isle and Minnesota Valley Electric Cooperative recently teamed up to provide backpacks filled with school supplies for students across Sibley County. The backpacks were distributed to 235 students. Left to right: Tanis Huston, Mary Ann Kreger, Marge Herd, Kris Winkelman and The Salvation Army representative Kim Schwich.