• Jason and Sondra Foster, who own Country Style Accents about eight miles southeast of Green Isle, have purchased the old Citizens State Bank building along Highway 25 in Green Isle.
  • After a grease fire last September, one of the oldest and most historic homes in Arlington faced demolition last week. Gaylord Sanitation conducted the demolition at 412 West Adams Street. The owners, Victor and Trisha Zeiher, are working with Haggenmiller Lumber and area contractors to build a handicap accessible home in its place.
  • Twenty-three 4-Hers were polishing up on their job interviewing skills this past week when they went through a mock job interview.
  • The Sibley East eighth grade girls basketball team captured the consolation championship during the Minnesota River Conference Girls Basketball Tournament in Gaylord on Saturday, Jan. 30.
  • Sibley East junior Scott Holmquist grabbed this rebound in mid air and put it back up for two points against Tri-City United on Tuesday night, Jan. 26. Sibley East junior Devon Schultz is pictured in the middle while Sibley East sophomore Gavin Bates is pictured in the back.

Good Samaritan Society to host Tour of Tables

Good Samaritan Society – Arlington will again be hosting its annual Tour of Tables event at the Arlington Community Center beginning at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 16.
This spectacular community event will feature tours of the beautifully decorated themed tables, live music, a sit down dinner and silent auction.  
The proceeds from the event will go to support construction of a new maintenance-free gazebo for residents, families and friends.