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When Arlington Public Schools teachers and students found themselves needing to learn from home and apart, technology skills and directors were called to service.

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In lieu of its regularly scheduled open house on Saturday, Roots to Wings is doing a virtual sale through its Facebook page and customers can pick up their items on Saturday at the store from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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The environment around us shapes us as we grow. For 2009 Arlington High School graduate Richard Wehmeyer, it was the literal environment that shaped him. He was named the Nebraska state horticulturalist in February for the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

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The owner of Arlington Estates mobile home park is in discussions with the Arlington Village Board of Trustees to create commercial secured storage on the property. Clifton Johnson requested a conditional use permit for the property at 405 W. Elm Street. The mobile home park was destroyed in…

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Arlington has a new village clerk. Niki Herre joined the staff Monday. She replaces Shellie Brainard who resigned Jan. 28. 

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Dwyer resigns from Arlington Volunteer Fire Department after 37 years

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The St. Patrick's Day dinner at the Arlington Veterans Club Tuesday has been canceled due to the increasing restrictions from the coronavirus. The Veterans Club also plans to cancel their food nights until further notice, Veterans Club manager Angie Schmidt said.

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Arlington Public Schools will close March 16-20, according to Superintendent Dawn Lewis due to COVID-19.St. Paul's Lutheran School also will be closed March 16-20. The concert scheduled for March 17 by Jennie Williamson, Christian recording artist from Nashville is cancelled. Stay tuned for …

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AHS presents variety show 'Turn That Dial'  

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One year ago, much of Arlington was under water. Attacked from both sides with the overflowing Elkhorn River and Bell Creek, mobile homes were washed out, baseball and softball fields were damaged and water rose in the fairgrounds.

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Many friends and family came out Sunday to the Arlington Multipurpose Senior Center for the Family Game Night. The game night proceeds go to finding a cure for Type 1 diabetes through Team Diabetic Rainbow Cows and JDRF OneWalk.

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Now in its fourth year, students in kindergarten through sixth grade have saved more than $21,000.  Including former students who are now seventh- through ninth-graders, the total savings by Arlington Elementary students is more than $33,000, according to Shawna Koger, Arlington FBLA adviser.

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Eighteen Arlington FBLA members attended the Midland Business Competition on Tuesday. They were welcomed to the university by former Arlington FBLA member Nick Schreck, who is now a professor at Midland University. Students also heard from keynote speaker Sid Dillon Jr. on what he has learne…

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Gov. Pete Ricketts appointed Francis W. Barron III of Arlington to the County Court, Sixth Judicial District, which consists of Burt, Cedar, Dakota, Dixon, Dodge, Thurston, and Washington counties.

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The gym at Arlington High School could be filled with more than 80 people giving the gift of life by donating blood at the annual blood drive from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 4, hosted by the National Honor Society (NHS).

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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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