• Steve Gillaspie, who established Veterans on the Water two years ago, proudly stands by just one of the red, white and blue boats.
  • The sixth annual Cancer Cruise, sponsored by Community Giving Hope, was held in Arlington on Saturday, May 20. The event raised over $10,000 for recipient Tim Spletzer, rural Arlington, who has been diagnosed with Central Nervous System Lymphoma. The Spletzer family posed for a photo prior to the fun run/walk. Front Row: (left to right) Logan Spletzer and Kiley Spletzer. Middle Row: (l to r) Tony Carpenter and Stephanie Rosario. Back Row: Jason Spletzer, Tricia Spletzer, Denise Spletzer, Tim Spletzer, Aliyah Manthe and Jen Carpenter.
  • A construction crew removed several trees along the 400 block of West Alden Street in Arlington on Tuesday morning, May 23. The work was done in preparation for the upcoming 2017 Street & Utility Improvement Project.
  • The following students were recently selected as Wolverines of the Month at the Sibley East Junior High School in Gaylord. Front Row: (left to right) Jonathon Mares, Megan Weber, Derek Steele and Brianna Kranz. Back Row: (l to r) Jessica Wolter, Morgan Halquist, Nick Kistner and Ian Malinowski.
  • Sibley East junior Logan Tesch broke the conference and school record in the 110 meter hurdles during the Minnesota River Conference Boys Track and Field Meet at Le Sueur-Henderson on Thursday afternoon, May 18.
  • These three members of the Sibley East FFA received major awards during the FFA Banquet in Arlington on Sunday night, May 21. Left to right: Derrek Schmidt (Star Farmer Award), Kaylee Eccles (Star Greenhand Award) and Logan Tesch (Star Agri Business Award).

Memorial Day programs will be held in Arlington and Green Isle

The Memorial Day Program will be held in Memorial Park at 8:30 a.m. Monday, May 29.

Following the program, the public is invited for lunch and refreshments in the Heritage Building at the Sibley County Fairgrounds.
In case of inclement weather, the Memorial Day Program will be held in the Heritage Building.

The Memorial Day Program will be held in the gym at the Green Isle Community School at 11:30 a.m. Monday, May 29.

A community potluck will follow the program in the gym at 12:30 p.m.
The Green Isle American Legion and Auxiliary and Green Isle Lions Club will provide the chicken and beverage. People are asked to bring a dessert or dish to share and tableware.