DE-Humidifier needed

Need to borrow or buy a de-humidifier for a few months.



CONTACT: sheryl
PHONE: 388-0609
DATE: 07/21/2016 10:23am

Cascade Restaurant and Pub

Date: 
07/26/2016
Special: 
BURGER NIGHT- 1/2 PRICE FROM 6-8PM! Hand-crafted burgers from beef to veggie burgers!

1/2 price on the best burgers in the land! Can't beat that!  Sorry this offer does not apply to take out.

Happy Hour 3-6pm with 1/2 price appetizers and drink specials!  Voted #1 Happy Hour around!

3719 W. Highway 61, Lutsen

387-2911

Right between Grand Marais and Lutsen and overlooking Lake Superior!!

Twin Metals hearing in Ely draws large crowd

Thu, 07/21/2016 - 9:56am
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The second of two public "listening sessions" held by the U.S. Forest Service on Twin Metals mineral leases was held in Ely this week. The Twin Metals leases are regarding a proposed copper mine just southeast of Ely.

WTIP’s Joe Friedrichs has this interview about the event.  
 

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Alyce's

Date: 
07/21/2016
Special: 
Beat the Heat Specials....

Thursday July 21st :        OPEN at 11 am

** Cool Salads ...all $3.00 a serving ... Potato Salad, Coleslaw, Broc/ Cauli or 3-Bean .. all Homemade!

** Turkey Stacker ... turkey, Swiss, bacon, LTO and mayo on a toasted Kaiser ... $8.00

** Cream Cheese Burger ... 1/3# patty slathered with Green Olive Cream Cheese ... $7.00

                 Watch for more "Cool" Specials as the week goes by...

                                                          ...(.and we are not even to the "Dog Days" of summer yet!)

Give us call at 370-1105 to place your order to-go OR inquire about Catering

Located at 8 Broadway Art Gallery - the "Backyard" - Grand Marais's best-kept Secret dining Spot!

Have a Great Day and stay cool!

Free Pallets Behind Napa!!!

Once again we have free pallets behind Napa!! Come take as  many as you like!!



CONTACT: Matthew Schliep
PHONE: 218 387 2304
DATE: 07/20/2016 01:50pm

Metal roofing wanted

looking for a 5' x 5' section of metal roofing. Any color.

218-370-9848

gilly1214@gmail.com

 

 



CONTACT: Matthew
PHONE: 218-370-9848
DATE: 07/20/2016 12:38pm

North Shore strawberry farm a welcome slice of paradise

Wed, 07/20/2016 - 12:23pm
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A family-owned and operated strawberry farm near Hovland is proving to be a huge success along the North Shore. WTIP’s Joe Friedrichs recently visited the farm and has this report. 
 

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Comforter For Sale

Amazingly warm queen/king size comforter for sale

Very lofty, we think it’s goose down but not positive…

It’s white, and measures 82” x 78”

$80

Call Jim at 218-387-3156



CONTACT: Jim
PHONE: 387-3156
DATE: 07/20/2016 12:07pm

Executive Chef - Lutsen Resort

Executive Chef

Lutsen Resort is located in northeastern Minnesota on the north shore of Lake Superior. We are looking for a full-time, year-round Executive Chef. The basic function of the Executive Chef is to coordinate and direct the training and activities of kitchen staff engaged in preparing and cooking food.  The Executive Chef must ensure a consistent high-quality, profitable food service, while maintaining a clean and sanitary kitchen. This is a hands-on, working position. Candidate must have strong culinary background, be knowledgeable about food & labor cost control, preferably fine dining & banquet experience. Must be organized, efficient, and work well as a team player.  Benefits include paid vacation; health, dental and life insurance and resort discounts. Send cover letter and resume to Daleri Brown at jobs@lutsenresort.com or PO Box 9, Lutsen, MN 55612



CONTACT: Daleri Brown
DATE: 07/20/2016 11:43am

Vacation Bible School @ Life in Christ Lutheran Church

We would like to invite children ages 5 thru 6th grade to Life in Christ Lutheran Church Vacation Bible School, August 8th & 9th - 9 to 12, snacks will be provided. This years theme is "Come to be with Jesus by the..on the..and in the Water".
 



CONTACT: Sherri
DATE: 07/20/2016 11:06am

Office Outpost is open for business

Wed, 07/20/2016 - 11:01am

An interesting new facility has opened in the Grand Marais Municipal building on Broadway Avenue. The space that once housed the Grand Marais Tourist Information Center, but was vacant for about a year, has been repurposed to a stylish and welcoming workspace. It is now the Office Outpost, a telework space in the heart of Grand Marais. On Tuesday, July 12, a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house was held to introduce the coworking concept to the public.

After the ribbon cutting, the doors were opened for tours. Visitors were surprised at the transformation from a noisy, poster-bedecked information center to a quiet and clean space with 11 workstations. Bob Pranis of the Cook County Broadband Commission was pleased to explain that the Office Outpost is the perfect place for someone on vacation who wants to do a little bit of work on his or her laptop or a local entrepreneur who needs to get out of a noisy house to work for a few hours a week in a spot with high-speed Internet, access to a professional printer/scanner/copier and a Keurig coffee station.

Small Business Development Center Representative Pat Campanaro added that others might want to take advantage of the sunny conference room that will hold eight people or the private room with video conferencing capabilities.

One of the best things, explained Pranis, is that the facility with its amenities is open 24/7. Individuals wanting to use the space can visit the Office Outpost website on their smart phones for information. After paying the fee and downloading a free Kisi app, they are able to unlock and enter to get to work whenever they want.

Use of the facility is fee-based, with use plans running the gambit—$5 for just an hour; $25 for a day; $75 per week or $150 for a month.

The response so far has been positive. A meeting held this spring brought about 25 people out to learn more. Several have already signed up to use the space, said Pranis.

Cook County Schools Paraprofessional Positions

Submitted by comed@boreal.org on Thu, 07/14/2016 - 4:06pm 

Help Wanted

Positions available at Cook County Schools in Grand Marais, and at Head Start in Grand Portage Responsibilities in the Classroom & with students 

Assist in the educational and social development of students under the direction and guidance of the facilitator and classroom teachers. 

Assist in the implementation of Individual Education Plans for the students and monitor their progress. 

Provide support for individual students inside and outside the classroom to enable them to fully participate in activities. 

Work with other professionals, such as speech therapist, social worker, occupational and physical therapists. 

Assist classroom teachers with maintaining student records. 

Support students with emotional or behavior concerns and assist them in developing appropriate social skills.

Job Requirements 

Be at least 18 years of age 

Have a high school diploma 

Be capable of physically assisting students with specials needs as required (positioning, lifting, transferring, restraining, etc.) 

Have demonstrated ability to work effectively under the direction of others 

Have demonstrated ability to work cooperatively with others 

Have willingness to assume any responsibilities appropriate for the position 

Support the Mission Statement of the district. 

Behave and speak in a professional manner at all times. 

Set a good example in terms of dress, punctuality, and attendance. 

Attend staff and team meetings. 

Be proactive in matters relating to health and safety. 

All other duties as assigned.

Starting Pay $14.00 a hour. Increase in pay amount with education and experience.



CONTACT:
DATE: 07/20/2016 09:32am

PINT (BEER) FOR A PINT (BLOOD) PLEASE HELP FILL OUR GOAL

PINT FOR A PINT, T-Shirts and drawings

Yup a PINT OF BEER from your favorite brew house Voyageur Brewing for anyone who signs up to give blood tomorrow. Thank you so much Voyageur Brewing.

The Memorial Blood Center is here today at the Senior Center and there are 40 plus spots to fill during our 12 hour Blood Drive.

We are asking anyone who can help to fill a shortage of blood to please consider giving TODAY.

We have seen a shortage of ALL blood types since the week before the 4th of July and this shortage continues.

We have less than a 3 day supply of ALL TYPES. Last year we collected over 100 units of blood at the July blood drive, we can do this! We are in need of 40 more donors to fill our schedule

Today - Wednesday July 20th. 2016

Blood Drive - Senior Center

Hours - 8am - 8pm

Please contact Michele Keil at (218) 349-2816 or mkeil@mbc.org.

The bus is sponsored by Arrowhead Pharmacy.

PRIZES, PRIZES AND MORE PRIZES
Every registered donor will receive a FREE PINT coupon from Voyageur Brewing & a FREE T-Shirt from Memorial Blood Centers!

This July, all presenting donors can enter to win a fishing adventure for two including a three-night Hyatt stay, airfare, and a freshwater fishing excursion! Plus, weekly drawings for eight $50 DICK'S Sporting Goods gift cards.

Thank you for saving lives!!



CONTACT: Michele Keil
PHONE: 218-349-2816
DATE: 07/20/2016 08:49am

Alyce's

Date: 
07/20/2016
Special: 
"...in the Summertime..."

Get on out and come on down for Fresh air, Fresh food and Fresh attitude!

Today's Special:

** Cheeseburger Basket ...1/3# patty with chioce of Cheese and French Fries ... $8.00

We are gearing up for the "heatwave" of the century - Stay tuned for our COOL Specials.....

Give us a call @ 370-1105 to place your order today! 

Primary ballots can confuse mail recipients

Wed, 07/20/2016 - 4:48am
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A general look of confusion crossed the faces of many Cook County postal patrons when they found a Primary Ballot in their mail boxes recently. The State Legislature changed Minnesota’s caucus system back to a primary system, but that won’t happen until the next partisan election.

When the ballot is opened there are just three names, all for Associate Justice to the Minnesota Supreme Court. Typically justices are not household words, but in this case at least two of the names may sound vaguely familiar if you follow the news.

The incumbent is Natalie Hudson. She is one of three women on the court and the only black justice. She was appointed by Gov. Mark Dayton in October of 2015. Prior to that she served on the Court of Appeals, appointed by then Gov. Jesse Ventura and subsequently elected twice.

Michelle MacDonald is a private practice attorney and until recently served as a Conciliation Court judge in Hennepin County. In 2014 she was a Supreme Court Candidate endorsed by the Republican Party. She was in the news in June 2014 when it was discovered she had been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving and resisting arrest in 2013. The revelation came less than two weeks after party delegates in Rochester endorsed MacDonald to run against Justice David Lillehaug.

The third candidate is Craig Foss, about which little is known publicly. The Secretary of State’s office lists his residence in St. Paul, he has no website. There is a Craig Foss listed in private practice in St. Paul, a Craig Foss who is a corporate council in Minneapolis and a third practicing in Alexandria.

According to Cook County Auditor-Treasurer Braidy Powers, who oversees elections here, the primary will cost the county in the neighborhood of $15,000. A minimum of three election judges will be at each of two polling places – the courthouse and the community center. A full complement of election judges – 22 minimum – will work the mail ballots on primary night, August 9.
Powers said at the very least the primary will serve as a dry run for the November 8 General Election.