McIntosh Senior Living has received donated cloth masks sewn by community members, including Jenny Roy, Lois Boehrnsen, Vicki Strom, and Connie Strom.
Many community members have been busy during the quarantine, making good use of their time by making homemade masks for local medical facilities, assisted livings, and nursing homes along with many other businesses. The crew donates time and, in most cases, materials to the making of these masks...
The McIntosh Fire Department along with other Polk County Emergency Services are ready to help community members with emergency needs. Please remember to tell dispatch if you have flu-like symptoms when calling 911.
As our communities around the globe battle the spread of COVID-19, on the front lines of the fight are our emergency responders, the Polk County Sheriff's Department, McIntosh Fire & Rescue and the Winger Fire Department. The most important piece of information to help our emergency services is...
King Town Insurance in McIntosh displays a door full of hearts amidst their COVID-19 office closure sign, keeping the community together though we are apart.
As our communities are forced to stay home from work and school during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are ways to still connect with your neighbors, friends and family. Social media trends are hearts and teddy bears showing in windows across the globe. The #aworldofhearts is a trend where homes and...
Back row (L-R): Carter Knutson, Laila Roragen, Brooklyn Gunderson, Jayden Gensburger, Caleb Green; Front row (L-R): Evie Ryan, Ella Strom, Kianna Tadman, Sydney Svalen, Alyssa Morberg, Erich Gensburger. (Not pictured: Bret DuChamp).
On Friday, March 6th (7:00 pm) and Sunday, March 8th (3:00 pm), Win-E-Mac 7th through 9th graders are performing a one-act play called "We Loathe Our Customers" on the Win-E-Mac Arts & Event Center stage. In this play, Bailey (Ella Strom) and Campbell (Sydney Svalen) work at an office supply...
Vance Kaupang was recognized by Polk County Sheriffs Department and the Minnesota Sheriffs Association for his life saving response  during a girls basketball  scrimmage in Win-E-Mac school last summer.
Vance Kaupnag, a teacher and coach at WIn-E-Mac School, along with Brian Remick, who is a coach st Red Lake Falls High School, were recently nominated for a Life Saving Award by Polk County Sheriff Jim Tadman. Last July, during a summer league girls basketball tournament held at Win-E-Mac School,...
Voters who were registered to vote by February 11, 2020 should have received a ballot for each major political party in the mail for the Cities of Winger and McIntosh as well as residents of King Township. In 2016 legislation was passed establishing a presidential nomination primary due to...
Little Bobby, Sunday Wilde and Collin played some soulful blues for a great crowd on Friday Night at Little Bobby's Bar & Grill in McIntosh.
Recently Little Bobby's Bar & Grill opened on Main Street in McIntosh.  The new owner, Bobby will offer a full bar, an expanding food menu, charitable gambling, including pull tabs and bingo each Thursday evening and live entertainment each weekend, with his house band or local, regional and...
From left to right (back), we have Teagan Paulson, Hunter Trandem, Sydney Svalen, Ella Strom, Sidney Roed, Kolton Crocker, Jayden Gensburger, Bridget Roggenbuck, Zach Simonson, Jadon Kangas, Kendyl Nelson, Will Tofstad, Paige Breckel, Grace Kaupang, Caleb Green, Delvin Morel, Brock Trandem, and in front,  Erich Gensburger.
The 2020 Win-E-Mac One Act Play is the first with Andrew Hanson as the lead director. For his first one act, he chose a script called "Sending Down the Sparrows". This particular drama is set during the Holocaust and it features a reluctant member of the Hitler Youth named Viktor (played by Zach...
November 2019: The Win-E-Mac Patriots Football team took home the Minnesota Section 6 championship last Thursday at the FargoDome when they defeated the Fertile Falcons. The team will now move on the the State Quarterfinals in Moorhead.
October:  Win-E-Mac Homecoming week was in October. There were a lot of activities at the school including volleyball and football games, along with an all-school pep fest at the end of the week. The annual Pumpkin Patch trip for Early Family Childhood Education was changed to a pumpkin decorating...
July There was a bear sighting during the afternoon in July in the City limits of McIntosh, near the bank.  Ron Roed celebrated his 70th birthday with a party outside in the First National Bank Park with lots of family and friends joining in the celebration. The 119th Polk County Fair took place at...


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