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The Arlington Public Schools Board of Education is considering another option for expansion. Cody Hillen of DLR Group presented the board Monday with an option for a one- or two-story addition on … more
District hires new teachers, accepts resignations Three new teachers will join Arlington Public Schools during the 2020-21 school year. Kali Bohling will teach ag education. Lisa Stork and … more
The variety show at Arlington High School will bring back memories for anyone who has ever turned on their radio. AHS students will present "Turn That Dial" at 7 p.m. March 20 and 21 in the old … more
Jennie Williamson, a Nashville Christian recording artist, will present the “God is Great! concert” on March 17 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Arlington. The concert begins at 6:30 p.m. with a … more
Though local cases of the coronavirus, known as COVID-19, are unknown of at this time, Karen Amsberry, infection preventionist at Memorial Community Hospital and Health System (MCH&HS), said … more
As the Nebraska Department of Health and Human services and its partners continue to track the coronavirus outbreak, events across the state and in Washington County have been changed or … more
A Blair man faces a possession charge after police found marijuana and paraphernalia in his vehicle. Eric A. Martinez-Andrade, 19, is charged with possession of a controlled substance, a Class 4 … more
A wanted man who was the subject of a search in Kennard faces additional charges following his arrest on several felony warrants. Nicholas J. Edson, 33, is charged with two counts of possession of … more
About an hour after a benefit for the family of Andy Andreasen began on Saturday, nearly 100 people sat around tables holding conversation or walking around the perimeter of the Rybin Building in … more
Washington County residents will have two upcoming opportunities to meet with a representative from the 2020 census. A representative will be at the Arlington Multipurpose Senior Center from noon … more
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 … more
Two Arlington residents were charged with drug possession after they were evicted from their apartment. April M. Bridges, 42, and Benjamin R. Brazelton, 37, are each charged with possession of a … more
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