McIntosh Times

Nearly complete, the new Win-E-Mac Arts & Event Center will be ready for tours on Wednesday, September 2, 2015 during the open house from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
During the last year, driving past the school or dropping off your students, Win-E-Mac school residents have noticed the construction going on to the new addition of the school. Nearing completion this summer, the new facility will be ready to use for the 2015-2016 school year and for years to come...
The Sand Hill Lutheran Church stood between Winger and Fosston. In 2011 the White‘s built a new chapel to house the contents of the church in honor of those who settled our area communities.
The McIntosh Heritage & Arts Center will host a Heritage Homestead Picnic on Saturday, August 15, 2015 at the home of Gerald and Joyce White in rural Winger. The picnic will take place at their farm at 25599 420th Street SE from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. There will be signs off of County Road 8 to...
A copy of The McIntosh Times from August 16, 1945, declaring “Peace!”, as Japan surrendered.
From the McIntosh Times, August 16, 1945 Japan Surrenders! Gen. MacArthur Named Commander At 6:01 pm Tuesday evening the news that “the War is over” was flashed to a waiting world that had been looking forward to this moment since December 7, 1941. Previous to this announcement Pres. Truman had...
This Saturday, August 8th, the beauty of summer’s bounty can be viewed during the first annual Heritage Garden Tour.  The McIntosh Heritage and Arts Center and the East Polk Heritage Center are collaborating to give folks the opportunity to admire the efforts of several home gardener’s who have...
The old McIntosh School now boasts a new sign stating that is is the “Future home of McIntosh Heritage and Arts Center” along with a beautiful flower garden to rest in. MHAC continues to raise funds for the renovation of the school. The yard has been a focus this summer with new art, tree trimming and flower gardens.
As McIntosh Heritage and Arts Center moves toward raising the funds to reroof the old McIntosh School the question sometimes arises “Why don’t they just tear it down?” The comment is often made as though this is the only practical solution and it seems to be assumed that this would be a zero cost...
Pictured (along with “Team Alayna” t-shirts) are: Breanna Carroll, Jessica Kasprzak, Alaina Juve, Alayna Espeseth and Olivia Simonson. If you were unable to make the benefit, but would like to make a donation, please drop donations at Ultima Bank.
In recent months the world has changed for Win-E-Mac student Alayna Espeseth. She was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. An active young lady, her teammates, classmates and community have rallied together to support her with her battle.  Recently there was a benefit pancake breakfast for her and her...


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