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The Washington County Board of Supervisors approved the county budget and set the tax levy Tuesday at its regular meeting. The budget was approved 4-3, with members Jay Anderson, Lisa Kramer and … more
A Kennard man who drove while intoxicated near Arlington was sentenced to 10 months in jail Tuesday in Washington County District Court. Lyle TenEyck, 40, pleaded guilty to driving under the … more
The Arlington Future Farmers of America (FFA) team is hosting a new fundraiser in hopes of helping out deployed soldiers and veterans. War Feet for Warriors is a sock drive that encourages the … more
KEARNEY – Mackenzie Hagemeister came up with the idea three semesters ago, when she first got involved with undergraduate research at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. The psychobiology … more
Homecoming Court Queen Candidates: Keeli Green, Malayna Lozo, Emery McIntosh, Cadie Robinson Emcee: Kiersten Taylor King Candidates: Cade Arnett, Luke Hammang, Braden Monke, Kaden … more
We are off to a great start to the school year! Our staff members are working hard to instill our mission of “life-long learning and responsible decision making” in our students. In … more
The Arlington Community Church's annual Fall Festival and Car Show is hitting the streets Oct. 2 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The event is hosted by the church and Midwest Street-Rod Association … more
The Arlington Youth Foundation - Wives (AYF) is hosting its third Fall Fest in downtown Arlington Saturday morning and afternoon. The event will feature crafts, food and vendors, and funds raised … more
Lane Johannes recently earned his Eagle Scout ranking through Arlington Boy Scout Troop #145. Starting in Cub Scouts in first grade, Johannes always enjoyed the campouts and other adventures that … more
After closing its doors for a short time, The Nest Coffee has undergone a slight rebrand into “The Nest Coffee & More” under new owners Christina and Scott Meyer. Already owners of … more
For the first time since 2019, the MCH (Memorial Community Hospital) Auxiliary Rummage Sale was held from Thursday through Saturday. Opening up at 9 a.m. on Thursday morning, a line gathered … more
Washington County entities who are asking to increase their tax request by more than 2% from the previous year will hold a joint public hearing Sept. 26 at the Blair High School gymnasium. Per … more
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