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 Pictured are Win-E-Mac bus drivers (l-r) Judy Stenberg, Scott Salvhus, Lisa Conley, Maggie Haskett, and Bob Carlson.
03/01/2022
School Bus Drivers Appreciation Week was last week and Win-E-Mac is so grateful to our bus drivers….especially this year, as they have had to endure some pretty treacherous road conditions this winter. Let’s find some time to thank our bus drivers this week by sending cards, a note of thanks or...
Pictured (L-R) are Ella Subbert, the 2022 Win-E-Mac School District Spelling Bee Champion, Bella Senn, who took second place in the competition, and Cora Earls, the third place winner.
01/25/2022
The 2022 Win-E-Mac School District Spelling Bee was held at 9:00 on Tuesday, January 18th in the Arts & Events Center. Fourteen spellers from fifth through seventh grades competed in the Spelling Bee. In the end, Ella Subbert, a sixth-grader, was the champion and will be competing at the...
01/25/2022
September: September 11, 2021 marked the 20th Anniversary of the deadly attacks on American soil. That morning, hijackers took control of four airplanes, ultimately crashing two into the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center in New York City and another into the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. A...
01/17/2022
June: The McIntosh Library kicked off summer with their annual reading program. The 2021 theme was Raptors Rule and they delivered with the Headwaters Science Center bringing many raptors to Roholt Park for the kids to learn about. The McIntosh Community Club held their Community City Wide Garage...
01/04/2022
January: With COVID-19 still looming over us, we started the year with school in hybrid learning. While elementary students were back to a full time school day, high school students were still attending part time and distance learning the other part. High School sports were back in play, with...
Wayne Benbo turns over the reins of his ice saw business to Jordan Gunafson.
11/16/2021
Recently long time local business owner Wayne Benbo of Fish’s Folding Ice Saw sold his business to Jordan Gunufson who will continue and expand the legacy of fine, hand-crafted ice saws into the future. The business will operate under the name Icesaw LLC. It all started when Wayne spent the winter...
Medal of Honor recipient Nels T. Wold was born in Winger, Minnesota. Winger is also the final resting place of Wold, who was killed in action in France on September 26, 1918 during a World War I conflict.
09/21/2021
One hundred years ago, an American hero was laid to rest in a small cemetery near Winger.  On September 21, 1921, remains of Nels T. Wold, recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor, were buried in Elim Cemetery. On the 100th Anniversary of his funeral, a remembrance service will be held on...
09/14/2021
The Annual McIntosh Harvest Festival, sponsored by the McIntosh Community Club will take place on Saturday, September 18th in downtown McIntosh.  There will be vendors set up starting at 9:00 am and continuing through 3:00 pm at the Fire Hall, Community Center and along the sidewalks with many...
A short service was held at the Winger Veteran's Memorial Park on Monday, May 31st in honor of Memorial Day by the American Legion Fengestad-Solie Poast 200. Attendees then gathered at the Winger Community Center for coffee and fellowship.
06/08/2021
There may not have been color guard or a marching band this year at the Winger American Legion Memorial Day program, but the ceremony was still felt special as the Memorial Park in Winger is one of the most beautiful in Northwest Minnesota. The Memorial Park was completed in the spring of 1920...
Win-E-Mac Seniors, (back) Reed Neubert, Alex Jacobson, Noah Ostenaa, Gavin Walker, Remy Goodwin, Kobe Hamre, Grace Kaupang, Gavin Haskett, Paige Breckel, Bryce DuChamp; (front) Bryer Strom, Tom Martushev, Mia Thompson, Will Tofstad, Kendall Nelson, Felicity Andress and Dylan Roy.
05/18/2021
The Win-E-Mac Academic, Athletic and Fine Arts Awards Program was held on Wednesday, May 12th in the Arts & Event Center. Win-E-Mac School Principal, Kevin McKeever opened the program and first recognized this year’s Senior Honor Students. These students have received a 3.5 grade point average...

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