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Arlington High School senior Kirk Rangel has done 500 hours of community service through his involvement in FBLA, including helping for five summers at a senior center in Fremont. He has made the honor roll with distinction most, if not all, semesters. He has served as a local FBLA officer e…

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Students at have several core classes they need to take in order to graduate. Yet many have the time in their schedules for electives. Some might not know all the elective options they have at the school, so for the second year Arlington High School hosted an electives fair.

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The family game night originally scheduled for Feb. 29 will now be held March 1 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Arlington Multipurpose Senior Center. It was rescheduled due to a conflict with the Arlington PTO Trivia Night.

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The Arlington FFA chapter attended the Leadership Development Events (LDEs) on Jan. 6at  Wisner-Pilger High School, competing with schools in the district. Each ribbon placing is worth a certain number of points, and Arlington had 29 points, which resulted in them winning the LDE small chapt…

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Some may be following in the footsteps of older siblings and others might be the first, but kindergarten is a milestone for children.

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Dawn Klein, who teaches middle school math, leadership and STEM, has started STEM Club on Wednesdays after school at Arlington Public Schools (APS).

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The Village of Arlington Board of Trustees held an emergency meeting Monday to accept the resignation of Shellie Brainard as village clerk. 

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Ten students and a few dads from Arlington Elementary School's chess club attended the latest Fremont ChessFest called BugHouse chess at the Fremont Opera House on Saturday.

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Twelve members of the Arlington Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) chapter spent Saturday showing off their business acumen at the fourth annual UNO High School Business Competition on Friday. Nearly 160 students participated in the event.

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It doesn’t take much to have fun and raise money for a good cause. Nearly 200 people gathered Saturday at the Kennard Auditorium with bags of quarters and a lot of energy for the seventh annual quarter craze. 

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Arlington residents got their first glimpse at plans for a possible expansion of Arlington Public Schools' facilities, including additional classroom space, a wrestling room and an auditorium, during a special community engagement meeting Monday.

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The Arlington Preschool will offer a free screening service to answer questions or concerns about early childhood development for children from birth to age 4 from 9-11:30 a.m. March 13.

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The Arlington PTO is planning their fifth annual Trivia Night on Feb. 29. Register for teams by calling the school or watch for a flyer.

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The Arlington Junior-Senior High School 2019-20 First Semester Honor Roll has been announced.  Those students who have achieved a grade average of 3.75 or above achieve Honor Roll with Distinction. Honor Roll is comprised of students who have achieved a grade average of 3.5 or above. Student…

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A possible training day for the Arlington Volunteer Fire Department will not happen in Arlington.

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Surrounded by Christmas decorations, multiple tables at the Arlington Multipurpose Senior Center were spread with items to bring a little Christmas cheer to those who need a helping hand.

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