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Arlington Community Schools

Rep. Ron Lollar wins $200 for AHS

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Tennessee Rep. Ron Lollar won $200 for Arlington High School during the Tennessee Health Care Association’s annual “Partnering for Charity” event on Feb. 20 at the Doubletree Hotel Downtown in Nashville. Each year, the charity giveaway is a highlight of THCA’s Legislative Conference, an event that brings long-term care professionals together with state lawmakers to […]

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Arlington High teams with UT-Martin to provide nursing course

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Arlington High School, in partnership with the University of Tennessee at Martin, has announced the expansion of its Health Science Career Cluster to now include pre-nursing. Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, students will have the opportunity to enroll in the “Special Topics: Pre-Nursing” class as a dual enrollment course worth three college-level credits. “We […]

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Lady Tigers headed to State

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Arlington outguns Brighton to advance in Regionals

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The shots taken by Arlington Tigers like Brogan Brewer, Ray Price, Boston Miller and Garrett Goldday seemed to fall throughout the night. Meanwhile the Brighton Cardinals picked the worst time to struggle from the field. Brighton rarely found the bottom of the net Saturday night in the Region 7-3A Boys Tournament First Round contest. The […]

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AMS to break ground in March for new gym

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Arlington Middle School will break ground next month on its new gym and expects to complete construction by October. Seating 1,100, it will double the current facility’s capacity. “Anyone who has attended a basketball game or program in our current gym knows how tight the space can be,” said Tyler Hill, communications coordinator for Arlington […]

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Bolton hangs on, beats AHS in district tourney

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Keeping their composure after losing a 14-point lead is what keyed Bolton’s boys basketball team to their first victory over Arlington this season and clinch third place in the District 14-AAA tournament at Cordova on Monday. The Wildcats held on after Arlington stormed back from a 40-26 deficit in the third quarter to tie the […]

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Arlington High wraps up successful wrestling season at state

Mid-South public high school wrestlers completed one of their most successful seasons in many years last weekend at the TSSAA Individual Wrestling State Championships. It began the weekend before, on Feb. 10, as area wrestlers competed in the Region 8 Individual Wrestling Tournament at Bartlett High School. The top four finishers in each weight class […]

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Bartlett, Arlington youths win with fire prevention posters

NASHVILLE — Bartlett and Arlington children were among the artists recognized by the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) in its 2017 Fire Prevention Poster Contest and Fire Prevention Video Contest. The awards event was on Feb. 10 at Conservation Hall at the Tennessee Governor’s Residence in Nashville. Both statewide contests were designed to harness Tennesseans’ […]

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3 sign Letters of Intent

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Arlington keeps on rolling

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Jordan signs with UM

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2-sport Arlington athlete rises to the top in football and baseball

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With a passion for roller coasters, Tate Kolwyck has often turned the football field into his own theme park, complete with thrills, spills and chills. It has given Arlington head football coach Adam Sykes fits. Tate’s parents, Johnny and Julie Kolwyck, feel Sykes’ pain. A senior who quarterbacked Arlington since he was a freshman, Kolwyck […]

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