• The Sibley East Junior High Knowledge Bowl team just competed in the fourth invitational meet for the season. Sibley East has 19 students competing in Knowledge Bowl this season.
  • The Arlington and Green Isle area received approximately eight inches of snow starting Tuesday night, Nov. 26 into Wednesday morning, Nov. 27. The area also received about four inches of snow on Saturday, Nov. 30. Theresa Joslyn shoveled her driveway at her residence along the 200 block of East Clinton Street in Arlington.
  • Eleven letterwinners return for the Sibley East varsity wrestling team this season. Front Row: (left to right) Lincoln Carpenter, Derek Steele, Josh Sotelo and Wyatt Taylor. Back Row: (l to r) Ben Quast, Aaron Elseth, Jasem Al Sattam, Jathan Mendoza and Drayden Morton. Missing from the photo are Riley Drexler and Omar Martinez.

Renovated building creates incubator spaces for new businesses in Arlington

By Kurt Menk
Editor

A renovated building on Main Street has created incubator spaces for new businesses in Arlington.


Grand K, owned by Howard, Deb and Brandon Brinkman, purchased the building formerly occupied by DJ’s Shoes & Repair and currently occupied by Reflections from Phyllis Kroehler last January.


Kroehler still operates Reflections, but now rents from Grand K. Tenants continue to rent the five apartments located above the incubator spaces.

Find the complete story in the December 5, 2019 edition of the Arlington Enterprise.

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