On Sept. 25, 15 Arlington FBLA officers and members, along with adviser Shawna Koger, attended the annual Fall Leadership Conference at the Ramada in Omaha.
Students at St. Paul's Lutheran School engaged in a “book battle” to promote reading and raise funds for new books for the school's library.
Troy Anzalone looks a bit out of place sitting at a conference table in an office off of North 16th Street in Blair.
Freshmen from Fort Calhoun and Arlington schools took part in Connecting the Dots — a Nebraska 4-H college and career readiness program held Wednesday at the Washington County Fairgrounds.
A paving project on Ellsworth Street from Fourth to Ninth streets tops the list of projects on the Village of Arlington's one- and six-year road plan approved by the board of trustees Sept. 16.
“Highlight the Night” is theme of the 2019 Arlington High School homecoming, set for next week. Homecoming Week activities will kick off Monday and will included dress up dates, competitions and other events throughout the week.
When Scott Pokorny's wife, Mandi, saw a post seeking applicants for an open seat on the Arlington Village Board of Trustees, she immediately thought of him.
After cold and rain put a damper on last year's event, Cassie Flesner is trying to do anything she can to bring good weather to this year's Arlington Community Church's Fall Festival.
As they continue to build their program, volunteers with Roots to Wings in Arlington continually hear questions from parents looking for help for their child living with a disability.
While some area gardeners are already enjoying items from the home garden, students in the agriculture education program at Arlington High School are just getting started with the growing process.
This, my first regular article authored for the Arlington Citizen, is filled with gratitude. Thank you for extending such a warm welcome to my family and me as we learn to call Arlington home.
Two suspected cases of the mumps were recently reported in the Three Rivers Public Health jurisdiction, the department's executive director said Tuesday.
As a classroom teacher, one of Tashia Wolf's favorite times of the day was working with students in small reading groups.
Emily Petersen wasn't sure how she would be able to help when she entered the doors of Memorial Community Hospital and Health System's Howard Sievers Conference Room on Thursday morning for a community health improvement planning session hosted by the Three Rivers Public Health Department.
One person was uninjured following a rollover accident on Monday night on County Road 21 just east of Arlington and about a half mile north of U.S. Highway 30.
Two people were arrested following a high-speed chase Saturday through Arlington, according to Capt. Aaron Brensel of the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
Area women will have the chance to get dressed up, dance the night away and help a local organization in the process as the Arlington Mom Prom returns Saturday.
One in five high schoolers and one in 20 middle schoolers in the U.S. used e-cigarettes in 2018, according to a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) youth tobacco survey. The rates are an increase of 78 percent and 48 percent, respectively, from 2017.
Enthusiasts from across Nebraska and Iowa gathered for an afternoon and evening of "Kick'n it in the Stix" during a vintage motor fair Saturday at the Washington County Fairgrounds in Arlington.
The goal was to give back, and giving did abound during the Washington County Fair Livestock Auction on Wednesday afternoon at the Two Rivers Bank Arena.
Crowds of people packed into the Washington County Fair arena this weekend to be entertained by Rhett Akins, Tyler Farr and a bunch of cowboys and cowgirls during the annual rodeo.
When organizers revived the Washington County Fair's livestock auction in 2018 after a more than 40-year absence, they hoped it would lead to more participation in the fair's livestock competitions.
On a day when temperatures reached the mid-90s, it's fortunate the drill numerous area fire departments took part in at the Omaha Public Safety Training Center didn't add any more fire to the heat.
While events for the 2019 Washington County Fair get into full swing Friday, area youth kicked the competitions off early as they participated in the annual 4-H Contest Day on Saturday at the fairgrounds in Arlington.
Spring flooding at the Washington County Fairgrounds may have destroyed their tables, clothing racks and other supplies, but organizers of the annual Memorial Community Hospital Auxiliary Rummage Sale say the show will go on.
A part of Arlington's history will forever be remembered thanks to the efforts of a group of recent Arlington High School graduates and their former teacher.
When Dawn Lewis sat down for her interview with the Arlington Board of Education on Feb. 5, it had already been a long day for everyone involved in the process to find the district's next superintendent.
It's not easy starting a new job during a holiday week, but Arlington Public School's new superintendent is adjusting to her new role and already has a busy schedule.
Costco's chicken processing plant, operated by Lincoln Premium Poultry (LPP), marked a milestone Wednesday as an Arlington farmer delivered the first load of corn to the feed mill in Fremont.
It may be summer, but organizers of Arlington's Summer Sizzle celebration will be offering a prize that will keep you warm when winter hits.
The Arlington Public Schools Board of Education honored retiring Supt. Lynn Johnson on June 10, presenting her with a special plaque at the start of her final meeting with the district.