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...
Jordan Gunufson and Ben Ystenes are the new owners of Elite Ag Service LLC.
The new owners of Elite Ag Service LLC. are Ben Ystenses and Jordan Gunufson.  Elite Ag Service LLC is located between Fertile and Winger on Polk County #1. The company was started in the early months of 2015 north of Mentor, MN.  Ben and Jordan both grew up on family farms in the Rindal, MN area....
(L-R) Kathryn Carver, Marcia Bujarski,  Anne Cascales and Marilyn Bujalski. Anne presented a Quilt of Valor to our Local East Polk County chapter.
Anne Cascales of Arches, France and Marilyn Bujalski of Clear Lake, MN spoke to a small but impressed audience on September 17 at the Library Theater. Anne is a volunteer at the Epinal American Cemetery. She's one of several who give daily tours and assists families in locating the graves of their...
Homecoming is right around the corner  and will take place at Win-E-Mac School from  October 2-6, 2017 Each day is an individual opportunity to dress up, show you school spirit and have some fun! That is what being a Patriot is all about! Monday (Oz the Great & Powerful) – Decades Day – dress...
During the McIntosh City Council meeting on Thursday, September 14th, the Council was presented the option of switching the City's voting process to mail ballots. Michelle Cote, the Polk County Director of Property Records was present at the meeting to explain the process of McIntosh city residents...
June (Berg) Parsley from Milwaukee, WI, Ray Berg from Cudahy, WI, Donavin Berg from Cocoa, FL, Gladys (Berg) Nornes from Cooperstown, ND, and Ruth (Berg) Reichart from Clearbrook, MN.  No longer with us are Myron Berg from Reno, NV, Curtis Berg from McIntosh, MN and Mavis (Berg) Olson from Fosston, MN.
All because two people fell in love...Family and friends from near and far gathered at the McIntosh Community Center August 26th for the Berg Family Reunion. Pictured here at their home church, Trinity Lutheran Church, north of McIntosh, are five of Carl and Cora Berg's eight children.  
After renovations have been completed in the Ohnstad building, the new offices of Head Start and McIntosh Heritage and Arts Center will occupy the new space. Pictured are members of the Head Start team that will have an office in the building.
Taking the win by only 2 votes, the new municipal building in McIntosh, formally Variety Village will be offically named the Ohnstad Building. The building is named after Dr. Jens L Ohnstad, a physician in McIntosh from 1903 to 1943. One biographer commented: "Dr. Ohnstad has gained a wide...
Representative Dan Fabian, R-Roseau, and Senator Mark Johnson, R-East Grand Forks, expressed disappointment in the Dayton administration’s recommendation this week that the Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline should be shut down and not replaced. The aging pipeline was ordered replaced by the federal...


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