• Authors Dennis and Karen Vinar visited the Arlington Public Library on Saturday, March 10. The Vinars talked about their book, “How did you find me...after all these years?” The book is about a young couple who grew up in Brownton, but reconnected after 53 years and married.
  • Approximately 80 to 100 students from the Sibley East Middle School/High School in Arlington walked out of their classrooms at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 14, as part of the “Enough! National School Walkout” to raise awareness about issues of school safety and the impact of gun violence.
  • The annual Grandparents Day event was held at St. Paul’s Lutheran School in Arlington on Monday, March 12. Grandparents had the opportunity to spend time with their grandchild and also eat lunch. These grandparents had an opportunity to spend time with their grandson, Caleb Kistner, who is in the second grade. Left to right: Jeanne Kistner, Caleb Kistner, Alycen Stewing and Duane Kistner.
  • Jacob Willmsen, a senior at the Sibley East Senior High School, was recently chosen by his classmates as the Outstanding Senior of the Quar
  • The Sibley East black and Sibley East gold Senior High Knowledge Bowl teams both qualified to advance to the Region meet. 
  • Sibley East senior Jacob Willmsen, right, battled for a rebound against Jordan during the sub section championship at Minnesota State University, Mankato, on Monday night, March 12.

Arlington Boy Scouts will participate in Scouting for Food event in March

The Arlington Boy Scouts, representing the Twin Valley Council, will join in the fight against hunger and participate in Scouting for Food from Saturday, March 17 through Saturday, March 24.
On Saturday morning, March 17, the local Boy Scouts will place door tags throughout the Arlington community.
On Saturday morning, March 24, the local Boy Scouts will canvass the same neighborhoods and pick up food donations.
The food donations will then be taken to the Sibley County Food Shelf in Gaylord.