Don't be sheepish - try a pair of socks made right here in the USA! Farm To Feet merino wool socks are 100% American made (even the packaging is created here at home), extremely comfortable and some styles have tents or fish on them so they fit right in here on the North Shore. Well made AND good looking with a lifetime satisfaction warranty. Best of all they're our current Featured Supplier so buy three pair and save 15%! Stone Harbor is on the East Bay in downtown Grand Marais. Store hours Monday - Saturday 9:00am to 8:00pm, Sunday 10:00am to 6:00pm. 387-3136
DATE: 07/24/2014 03:59pm
Kenmore upright 7.5 cu.ft. freezer for sale
$150.00 cash onl y please
CONTACT: Richard Swanson
DATE: 07/24/2014 03:48pm
Papa Charlie’s Servers
Papa Charlie’s is looking for serving staff for evenings and weekends. Customer service focus and ability to be dependable and follow all health/safety guidelines are required. We have full and part-time positions available.
CONTACT: Kathy Buckman
DATE: 07/24/2014 03:15pm
Ride needed on Sun. evenening 7/27 or Mon 7/28 morning depart by 10am heading to the Twinn Cities, will share gass. If interested please call or email Yoko.
DATE: 07/24/2014 02:50pm
August 12th Guest Lecture: Scientific Review of Wild Rice/Sulfate Research, presented by Kurt Anderson
Cook County Higher Education Guest Lecture Series 2014
Date/Time: Tuesday, August 12, 7pm
Title: Scientific Review of Wild Rice/Sulfate Research, presented by Kurt Anderson
As the Polymet copper-nickel mining project advances through Minnesota's regulatory machinery, questions about potential effects of acid mine drainage on area water quality in general, and wild rice in particular, remain a critical point in how a mining permit may be structured. This presentation will focus on the impact of sulfide mining on wild rice, and also address the overall impact of tighter environmental controls on other businesses and industries.
Kurt Anderson is the Manager of Environmental & Land Management at Minnesota Power. He formerly worked as a toxicologist, and performed toxicity studies on wild rice for the MPCA He is also an avid outdoorsman, and collects wild rice each fall with his family near Brookston, MN.
The Guest Lecture series of Cook County Higher Education is offered to the community free, although donations are appreciated. The series is sponsored by the Grand Marais State Bank, the Lake Superior Trading Post, Drury Lane Books, George F. Maruska Ltd., Mike’s Holiday, White Pine North, Como Oil & Propane, Sawbill Outfitters, Beth’s Fudge and Gifts, and Johnson’s Foods.
The lectures are held at Cook County Higher Education’s North Shore campus, located at 300 West 3rd Street in Grand Marais.
For more information please contact Cook County Higher Education at 387-3411 or email@example.com www.northshorecampus.org and https://www.facebook.com/CookCountyHigherEducation
CONTACT: Cook County Higher Education
DATE: 07/24/2014 02:12pm
THIS IS IT!
Everything left to sell is in or just outside of the shop/garage.
Sony TV and a DVD player in house $30 for both. Both work, TV is not a flat screen.
Fishing, tools, wood, collectables, housewares, handmade wood items, folding tables, work benches, shelving, tires. MOST ITEMS HALF OFF OF ALREADY REDUCED PRICES!!!!
I will be giving away phone/base with one additional phone, my microwave, coffee maker, toaster, toaster oven, electric frying pan and electric griddle - all have been used but all work great. I need them until Aug 2nd, you can make arrangements to pick them up on Saturday morning Aug 2. First to ask gets them.
Please don't park on the lawn, if you pull in the driveway be prepared to wait to get out! I won't have my full team of helping angels!
Sat 7/26 10 AM - 3 PM