• The stands were packed on both nights of the 10th annual Sibley County Bull Riding Event at the fairgrounds in Arlington on Friday, Sept. 8 and Saturday, Sept. 9. The event consisted of 72 bulls and 22 bull riders. The event paid out $77,000 to bull team stock contractors and $20,000 to bull riders. Overall, the event in Arlington has raised over $300,000 to benefit Jared Allen’s Homes For Wounded Warriors. On Saturday morning, Sept. 9, a futurity event was held at the Matt Scharping residence, rural Arlington. That event included 75 calves and the group bucked with a dummy.
  • Retired Green Isle firefighter Dave Ott read the book, “Fred The Firefighter” to students at the Green Isle Community School on Monday morning, Sept. 11. The event at GICS is always held on 9-11. Ott served on the Green Isle Fire Department for 29 years. The other readers were Danielle DeBoer, Bill Kieper and Ricky Ybarra.
  • Sibley East senior Brody Neisen (10) handed the ball off to senior Riley Drexler (22) against visiting Tri-City United on Friday night, Sept. 8.
  • The following individuals were winners in the Adult Division of the annual Bake N’ Taste Contest at the Sibley County Fair last month. Left to right: Charlene Pelletier, Amy Lieske, Debbie Forstner and Andrew Thies.



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