WEM Elementary to present Spring program Win-E-Mac elementary students in grades K-6 will present their annual spring program on Thursday, May 10, 2018.   The program will take place in the Arts & Events Center, and will begin at 7:00 P.M.  This year’s program will feature the Elementary Choir...
Pictured left to right: Dean Johnson, club member, Sharon Johnson, club member, Scott McConkey, Mahnomen Auto Teacher, Michael Agnew, scholarship recipient, Zak Ose, scholarship recipient, Andrew Johnson, scholarship recipient and Dean Schaumberg, Club member. All three students are from the Mahnomen school district.
Highway 2 Cruisers Car Club Scholarship: Highway 2 Cruisers started their scholarship program in 2014. This year they awarded 3 high school seniors with a $500 scholarship based on scholastic achievement, their love for cars (old and new) and the perceived ability to contribute to the automotive...
Pictured (l-r) Fire Chief Justin Shultz, Ron Lemer, Mark Thompson, Dave Erickson, Davin Swanson, Gary Schommer, Toby Strom, Rick Grove, Dave Senn, Kyle Klein, Tamera Ostenaa, Mark Simonson, Josh Long, Tanya Hamre, and Brook Simonson. Fire Department members not pictured: Bernie Marshall, Steve Olson, Mark Strom, Ken Kasprzak, Kris Johnson, and Dean Roy.
The McIntosh Fire & Rescue Squad celebrated 128 years of service to McIntosh and the surrounding rural communities on Saturday, April 28th at The Coop Bar & Grill. 
Win-E-Mac Honor Society members, Tyra Wilson, MacKenzie Fuller, Maci Hamre, Kylie Stuhaug and Jay Parenteau hold up donations from the Ultimate Slumber Party the Honor Society recently hosted at school.
The Win-E-Mac Honor Society recently held an event titled “The Ultimate Pajama Party,” which is a pajama drive, where students and staff brought donations and/or pairs of new pajamas to be donated to the Battered Women’s Shelter. Chairperson, Tyra Wilson was inspired by Renee Rongen’s movement...
 The Fosston Tri-Coop Board: Front Row: Mike Affeldt, Richard Balstad and Alroy Lewis; Back Row: Jim Steinmetz, Jeff Broadwell, Matt Bartz and Curt Bartz.
The Fosston Tri-Coop held its Annual Meeting last Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at Ventures Bar & Grill.  It was a great turnout with over 70 in attendance.  Highlights from the meeting included the review of audit, which stated a profit for the year of $19,762 and working capital of over $2.8...
The McIntosh Fire and Rescue Squad is proud to announce the 128th Annual Fireman's Ball.  The ball will be held Saturday, April 7th, 2018 at The Coop Bar and Grill in McIntosh with music provided by local Sound Sensations. The Fire and Rescue Squad want to extend a grateful invitation to you for...
During the Wedding Extravaganza at Shooting Star Casino on March 4th. All the models hair was done by Hair Affair of McIntosh stylists. Pictured in the center is David Tutara from "Say Yes to the Dress", and to his right is Krissy (Stuhaug) Faldet, owner of Hair Affair.
Each year brides from all over Northern Minnesota flock to the Shooting Star Casino in Mahnomen to attend the Wedding Extravaganza. Who wouldn't want to go to see all the businesses that cater to brides and their big day, as well as getting your chance to win the grand prize of a full service...
A suspect with her blackmailer.  (Savahanna Svalen, Jadon Kangas and Will Tofstad.)
The Win-E-Mac Junior High cast of the play "Cooking Can Be Murder" performed the play at the Arts & Event Center on Friday, March 9th and Sunday, March 11th. The cast performed well and the play was a lot of fun for the audience. The story takes place at a cooking competition where all the...
 4-H Livestock Scholarship winners. L to R:  Sawyer Erickson, Max Ramberg, Mya Erickson, Gregg Ramberg, Bennett Grunhovd.  Not Pictured Grant Benson.
The annual Polk County 4-H awards banquet was held Sunday February 4th in the Bede Ballroom on the University of Minnesota Crookston campus.  The Federation Officers for 2017-2018 were announced followed by supper. After our meal attendees of BLU (Building Leadership and Understanding) told us...
The Winger Lion mascot (Jim Tadman) holding Lilly Brtek during the pancake breakfast benefit that the Club held for her at the Community Center in Winger on Sunday.
 The Winger Lion's pancake fundraiser for Lilly Brtek on Sunday was well attended. They served close to three hundred kids and adults. Events like this shows how people in smaller communities care about each other.


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