McIntosh Times

Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless gas formed by the incomplete combustion of fuels. When people are exposed to CO gas, the CO molecules will displace the oxygen in their bodies and lead to poisoning.  The Problem with CO Since CO has no odor, color or taste, it cannot be detected by...
Junior High Band and Choir Fall/Winter Concert The Win-E-Mac Music Department is pleased to announce the Jr. High Band & Choir in concert on Monday, December 11, 2017.  The concert will begin at 7:30 and will take place in the Win-E-Mac School Arts & Events Center!  The concert will feature...
Pictured left to right: Karl Erickson, Floyd Balstad, Brian Massmann, Mike Thompson, Joe Miller, Jim Tadman, Carsten Zahl, Steve Massmann, Gary Sonstilie, Bob Vesledahl, Scott Revier, Scott Van Den Einde, Gerri Balstad, Elmyrna Kaupang, Terry Cook and Tim (Bun) Anderson. Not Pictured: Aaron Iverson, Jamie Morvig, Ole Olson and Kyle Sonstelie.
The Winger Lions held a pancake brunch benefit for Shannon Burcham at the Winger community center last Sunday. The weather was very cooperative so there was a nice turnout for the benefit. The Winger Lions and the family of Shannon would like to thank all those who attended. 
Win-E-Mac School will once again be having their annual Giving Tree.   We will anonymously display “ornaments” for children in the Win-E-Mac School District that may have a need this holiday season for clothes, toys, or other items.   Their wish list will be printed on the “ornament.”  The Giving...
There will be a benefit held for Nick Ostenaa on Saturday, November 18th starting at 5:00 pm at Ventures Bar & Grill in Fosston.  In April of this year, Nick was diagnosed with Stage 4 Lymphoma. There will be a social hour from 5:00 pm to 7:00pm, then a meal will be served with a free will...
The McIntosh City Council met with Community members to discuss the B-B Cafe last Monday evening at the Community Center.
Owning and running your own business is part of the American Dream, and the City of McIntosh is willing to help someone achieve that.  At a recent Community meeting, held on Monday, October 30th, Mayor Toby Strom offered the city’s newly acquired property, the building which recently was home to...
The students selected for the first quarter are:  (L to R) Grace Spry, Clavdia Anfilofieff, Katelyn Sanden, Gretchen Finseth, Noah Ostenna, Dylan Roy, Kendra Thompson. Congratulations!”
On Wednesday, October 18th, 2017, the Win-E-Mac Student Achievement Committee hosted the Students of the Quarter Breakfast for First Quarter at Win-E-Mac School in the FACS room.  The students were selected by various departments in the secondary school for overall performance and leadership in the...
New inductees are Mary (Charolette) Catahan, Grace Spry, Brekken Lindberg, Joesph Parenteau, Jordin Gunderson, Aries Qualey, Tapanga Bratager, Lily Breckel.
Congratulations to the new inductees of the  Win-E-Mac Chapter of the Minnesota Honor Society 2017-2018 school year.  The Induction Ceremony was held at Win-E-Mac High School on September 27th to honor their accomplishments and encourage students in their future involvement in the community and...
Laurie Fairchild (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Liaison to the Friends of Rydell and Glacial Ridge Refuges Association) presents the 2017 Volunteer of The Year Award to Randy Sondrol, Erskine, MN.
Randy Sondrol of rural Erskine, MN was recently awarded the 2017 Rydell and Glacial Ridge National Wildlife Refuges (NWR) Volunteer of The Year Award by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service staff.  Each year, staff from Rydell and Glacial Ridge NWRs select one individual for this award, based on their...


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