McIntosh Times

Saturday, Aprul 25th, these Win-E-Mac Elementary students got together to participate in the annual  “Jump Rope for Heart” at the WEM gym. The kids raised over $6000 for the American Heart Association. The kids who raised the most this year were Norah Bohn and Jamison Nichols, who were given a special medal. Thanks to all who participated!
Balancing work and family is a juggling act faced by many working parents. Responsibilities to work and family often overlap, and that can make solving the riddle of balancing work and family that much more difficult. Single-income households have decreased dramatically over the last several...
Members of the McIntosh Fire & Rescue Squad celebrated during the 125th Annual Fireman’s Ball at The Club Bar & Grill on Saturday, April 11th.
On Saturday, April 11, 2015 the Community of McIntosh and the McIntosh Fire & Rescue squad celebrated the great service that the volunteers give to our community at the 125th Annual Fireman’s Ball held at The Club Bar & Grill in McIntosh.  There was a crowd of people and great music by...
By Mike Philipp, CED, Red Lake and East Polk County FSA Offices Maps Available: As producers are quickly putting their crops in the ground this season, we want to remind them that their acreage certification maps are available if they need them in advance to keep track of things. Farmers should...
   Awards winners of the IHT / Adidas Spirit Challenge from Win-E-Mac included (back, l-r) Instructor Vance Kaupang, Mackenzie Tadych, Varvara Kutsev, Jordin Gunderson and Connor Drewry.  (front, l-r) Joseph Parenteau, Landon Shaver and Blake Glass.
The second semester 9th grade Physical Education class at Win-E-Mac School recently participated in the IHT (Interactive Health Technologies / Adidas Spirit Challenge.  The Challenge was a result of proposed federal legislation to include physical education as a core subject for the first time in...
The board of the McIntosh Heritage and Arts Center met Tuesday April 14 and decided to move forward with revised plans on roofing the school building.  The board also decided to move ahead with plans to open a thrift shop as an income generator for the organization. The board reviewed estimates for...


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