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A team of Arlington High School sophomores and juniors competed in the Nebraska Envirothon contest sponsored by the state's Natural Resources Districts. more
Students celebrated the master of rhyme — Dr. Seuss — with a variety of activities this week. It ranged from wearing hats and silly socks on Monday to twin day on Tuesday, wacky Wednesday, wearing words on Thursday and dressing as their favorite book character on Friday. more
Juniors and seniors can go ahead and secure their dresses and plan their corsages for the Arlington High School prom. And they may want to bring a jacket in case it's cool outside. more
While little has changed as far as the message we are hearing from the media, a lot has changed for us at APS. We have successfully completed three-fourths of a school year amidst the pandemic, and have not sacrificed the health or safety of our staff and students in doing so. more
It's been a different kind of year for everyone with the coronavirus pandemic, including the members of school organizations like Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). Students are working on projects that reflect the past year. more
Nebraska Tourism announced 70 stops for the 2021 Nebraska Passport program, including the Washington County Museum in Fort Calhoun. The Passport inspires Nebraskans and tourists to travel … more
After receiving the go-ahead from the Arlington Village Board of Trustees to proceed with his Eagle Scout project, Nick Iverson is raising money for his project with a pancake feed at the Arlington … more
Playing short clips of music from the '80s and beyond in various genres, a crowd of almost 200 people competed in music bingo during a fundraiser for the Arlington Dog Park on Saturday at the Arlington Auditorium. more
An Endangered Missing Advisory has been activated to find a 20-month-old baby from Burt County.The Burt County Sheriff's Office is attempting to locate Jade Nicole Sides, a 20 month old white female. … more
The Arlington Village Board of Trustees has declared Thompson Auto at 225 W. Elkhorn Street a nuisance property for the second time in less than a year. The owner has until March 8 to abate the property. more
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