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Meet Erik Lindmark

Manager of the Lunch Box, Erik Lindmark comes from Queens, New York, but was raised in Poughkeepsie and has lived there ever since. After his graduation from Arlington High School, he continued on to receive a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice from SUNY Empire State College. 229 more words

Arlington quartet takes 2nd at swimming state meet

The Arlington High School girls swimming and diving 200-yard medley relay team placed second at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association championship meet on Saturday in Ithaca, and a trio of area swimmers, Clara Baker, Caroline Murphy and Kate Bergin, placed in the top-10 in individual events. 178 more words

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Roundup: Arlington tops Ketcham in bowling battle

In a match that included the two highest individual series in the Dutchess-Putnam Interscholastic Bowling League on Thursday at Fishkill Bowl, Arlington High School’s boys topped Roy C. 353 more words

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Test Coral

We currently have a piece of test coral in the tank, to determine the right conditions for growing the coral before we get the main coral in. 58 more words

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Arlington Lamar football coach Trent Fuller resigns

Arlington Lamar football coach Trent Fuller resigned after five seasons. Mitch Reed will be the interim coach. Fuller’s status has been in flux since last May when Fuller was told by school officials his contract was not being renewed for the 2014-15 school year. 323 more words

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Arlington's Burda wins Federation Cross Country title

Arlington High School senior Bella Burda accomplished everything she wanted to in the 2014 scholastic cross country season.

Burda finished undefeated, winning the Federation title on Saturday at chilly 5-kilometer Bowdoin Park in 17:50.4, edging Corning’s Jessica Lawson (17:52.9). 250 more words

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Arlington's Bella Burda wins state cross country crown

Bella Burda left no doubt Saturday. The Arlington High School senior is the fastest girls cross country runner in the state.

Burda earned the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class A girls cross country individual championship, finishing in 17:49.7, the faster than any other runner regardless of class by 9.6 seconds, at SUNY Canton’s 5,000-meter course. 358 more words

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