Superior Cycling Association Annual Meeting Wednesday March 4th, 6 PM at Voyageur Brewing

Join the Superior Cycling Association for its Annual Meeting on Wednesday March 4th, 6 PM at Voyageur Brewing.

Come hear about all the exciting things going on in Cook County about biking; new trails, events, etc.

We will have videos of some great riding in Cook County.

We also have some great door prizes to give away; sox, t-shirts, free race registration.

Superior Cycling Asssociation jerseys will be available for purchase.

Everyone interested in biking is invited to join us for this fun evening.

Bikes and beer a perfect match-We thank Voyageur Brewing for hosting this special event.

CONTACT: Tim Kennedy
DATE: 03/04/2015 12:14am

March Savings at Arrowhead Pharmacy

March Savings

Stop in today!


CONTACT: Arrowhead Pharmacy
PHONE: 218-387-1133
DATE: 03/03/2015 05:19pm

Triple Crown Horse Feed

Dog Hus / Arrowhead Pharmacy has 10 (50lb) bags of Triple Crown Complete Horse Feed

Triple Crown is a beet pulp based complete textured feed.

Limited Supply of 10 bags


Stop in today


Mon-Fri- 9AM-5:30PM

Saturdays 9AM-1PM

Closed Sundays



CONTACT: Arrowhead Pharmacy
PHONE: 218-387-1133
DATE: 03/03/2015 04:09pm

20% OFF Sale extended!!!

Our popular window shades and blinds sale has been extended.  Take 20% OFF selected Hunter Douglas and Kirsch window treatments(some types excluded) on orders placed before March 31.  Call 663-7669 today for your free home, cabin, office or business estimate.

CONTACT: Heavy Duty Sewing & Jordstrom Designs
PHONE: 218-663-7669
DATE: 03/03/2015 03:00pm

ISD 166 Cook County Schools- Secondary Physical Science Teacher

Cook County School District

Success for Each, Respect for All!

We are currently looking for a highly motivated educator who believes all children can achieve targeted growth goals regardless of race or economic status. The position is a full-time, long-term substitute position beginning April 6, 2015 through the end of the 2015-16 school year. Course load: 2 sections of 9th grade Physical Science, 2 sections of Chemistry, 1 section of AP Chemistry, duty period and a prep. The 2015-16 school year will include Physics instead of Chemistry.

POSITION: Secondary Physical Science Teacher (Chemistry, Physics and Physical Science)

(Coaching/Advising opportunities also available)


  • Minnesota 9-12 Physical Science license.
  • Experience with Native American students preferred.
  • Multiple areas of licensure preferred.
  • Experience with students from low-income families preferred.
  • Demonstrated success as a classroom teacher.
  • Sensitivity to family strengths and individual parenting styles.
  • Experience with MAP testing preferred.
  • Understanding and demonstrated success in development and implementation of differentiated instruction.
  • Positive and creative personality.
  • Eager to serve in a progressive district with supportive administration and school board.


APPLICATION PROCESS: Submit letter of application, resume, license, transcript and three letters of reference to:

CONTACT: Cara Price
PHONE: 2183872271
DATE: 03/03/2015 02:53pm

American Civil War presentation at Grand Marais Library March 6

Tue, 03/03/2015 - 2:22pm

Arn Kind of Historical Experiences will visit the Grand Marais Public Library at 6 p.m. March 6 to present an interactive program about Minnesota’s involvement in the American Civil War.

A very important part of Arn's presentations are the artifacts, uniforms and equipment that participants are allowed to observe, handle, and interact with as part of their hands-on experience in living the history.

Kind is a member of the First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, a reenactment group based out of Fort Snelling. Because this group is noted for its authenticity, it has appeared in many documentaries and historical feature films such as The Blue and the Gray, North & South, Glory, Gettysburg, Dances With Wolves, and Gods and Generals. Kind will bring this authenticity to his presentation.

The program is sponsored by Arrowhead Library System and funded in part or in whole with money from Minnesota's Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.

For more information, contact Patsy at the library, (218) 387-1140.


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