Since June, one of the main streets in Arlington has been under construction in some way or another. The construction work on Ellsworth Street is nearing completion.
Runners wound their way between rows of aronia bushes, some running in a 5K, while others completed the mile course for families. A chilly wind blew early Saturday morning but the runners still made good time at Fall at the Farm near Arlington on Saturday.
Preparing to pick a college looks different for this year's seniors. Big campus tours are not an option, but one-on-one tours are a possibility.
An opportunity to meet new people and get out of the house closer to home, Darren Rogers with North 40 Auto of Arlington and Tim Hirchert of Olsen Auto Service in Blair, put together a traveling Show and Shine car show throughout the Washington County area.
They put their lives on the line voluntarily and the Arlington Volunteer Fire Department recognized several at its awards banquet Saturday at the Arlington Veterans Club. The Silver Moon Band performed after the banquet in appreciation for them.
With a theme of "Hometown Throwdown," homecoming week at Arlington High School, which is Sept. 21-25, will feature normal activities but will be missing a dance.
The Arlington Village Board of Trustees proposed a $4.5 million budget during a public hearing Sept. 14. No one from the public commented during the hearing. The board will vote on the budget at the regular board meeting Monday.
Dale and Nancy Hilgenkamp and their family are hosting a Fall at the Farm event at their farm, 7538 County Road 15, Arlington, on Saturday, complete with a 5K Berry Dash or 1 mile Family Fun Run at 8 a.m.
School is in session and the coronavirus pandemic hangs over the schools. Schools share their procedures for dealing with students or staff who are out sick because of the virus and those who have come in contact with the individual.
Arlington Public Schools received a donation from the Arlington Education Foundation (AEF) to help pay for the 180 iPads for students to use in PK-2.
People who have had the coronavirus might wonder when it's safe to return to work or if they have to be retested. Terra Uhing, executive director of Three Rivers Public Health Department, shared what it takes if a person has been deemed positive by a lab-confirmed test.
Lives change in the blink of an eye or in the ashes of a fire. For Arlington graduate Lindsay Moseman and her family, a trip to South Dakota saved their lives but they lost their home just north of Fontanelle in a fire.
The Washington County Fairgrounds looked like it stepped back in time Saturday with vintage cars filling much of the lawn for "Kick'n it in the Stix."
School has resumed, fall sports are starting and summer is starting to disappear. As we go into September we have good news. After Labor Day, for which we will be closed, we will be reopening our Saturday hours which are from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Our Monday through Friday hours will remain the sam…
Cattle, sheep and swine from Washington County will be making their way to the Nebraska State Fair in Grand Island this weekend and next courtesy of 4-H and FFA members from Arlington, Kennard, Herman and Blair who have spent the past several months preparing their animals for competition.
Performing with musical instruments has taken more consideration with the advent of the coronavirus pandemic. What once was safe without masks, now requires a unique solution.
It was a return to "normal" at St. Paul's Lutheran Church and School on Wednesday as students arrived — some with masks — and were greeted by the school mascot, staff and a quick temperature check.
The Arlington Village Board of Trustees discussed the one- and six-year road plans at a public hearing before the regular meeting Monday at which they approved the plans. No one stepped forward to comment.
An Arlington man accused of videotaping and photographing an intimate partner without their consent accepted a plea agreement Tuesday in Washington County District Court.
An Omaha woman who was found with methamphetamine after she was arrested on an active warrant accepted a plea agreement Tuesday in Washington County District Court.
School started Thursday, but before the doors opened, the Arlington Public Schools administration spoke with the Board of Education on Monday about their plans at the regular board meeting.
Children at the Arlington Public Library have a larger table at which to gather thanks to recent Arlington High School graduate Alex Luttig. A member of the Arlington Young Adult Advisory Council (YAAC), Luttig made the table for his Eagle Scout project. He is a member of Blair Troop 232.
Tucked behind The BARn Establishment Inc. and Roots to Wings is the answer to the weekend sweet tooth cravings — Back Alley Sugar Shack Cakery, owned by Cheryl Abbott.
Arlington Public Schools alerted the public Tuesday of a possible exposure to COVID-19 at the high school graduation in July, though it has been unfounded.
The BARn Establishment Inc., which opened its doors for takeout for the first time in May, opened Tuesday for dine-in, as well.
The topic on everyone's mind — what will school look like this fall starting Aug. 13 — was addressed by the Arlington Public Schools Board of Education on Monday.
Washington County sheriff's deputies rescued a 29-year-old woman after she allegedly jumped into the Elkhorn River on July 9 near Arlington.