Saturday October 10 2:00 - 4:00 Happy Hour at ODDZ & ENDZ.
You will be "happy' to see the bargains:
* Buy one get one of equal or lesser value on all craft items inclulding sewing, knitting, handcrafts, stamping, candle making and much more.
* Rock bottom prices on all outdoor items.
* Reduced prices on all dining tables
Have coffee and cookies on us! No need for designated drivers unless you buy a table...then it could be designated driver with muscles that you need.
CONTACT: EvaLyn Carlson
DATE: 10/09/2015 10:13pm
Three multi-purpose tables left: clean fish, use on deck, small kitchen table, worktable for smaller projects: repurpose..
see at Oddz & Endz.
Check out the prices on all dining tables during our 2-4 October Happy Hour bargains....TODAY!
CONTACT: EvaLyn Carlson
DATE: 10/09/2015 10:07pm
I'm selling these on eBay but if anyone here in Cook County wants them for less please contact me.
Polaroid Camera - $15 obo
Camelbak Classic Hydration Black Backpack NO BLADDER / PACK ONLY - $10 obo
Cell Phone, Verizon LG-VN150 (flip phone) - $5 obo
You can view additional photos on my ebay listings:
Thanks for looking.
CONTACT: Jeremy Lopez
DATE: 10/09/2015 05:26pm
County board to hold special meeting to consider Indigenous Peoples' Day resolution, Monday, Oct. 12Fri, 10/09/2015 - 4:10pm
The Cook County Board of Commissioners, minus two members, will meet at 2 p.m. on Monday, October 12 to reconsider a resolution voted down on September 29. The resolution, to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day, was voted down by a vote of three to two, with Commissioners Garry Gamble, Ginny Storlie and Heidi Doo-Kirk voting against and Commissioners Frank Moe and Jan Sivertson voting in favor of the change.
Since then there has been a great deal of discussion and debate in online forums and at a special county board meeting that had been called for another matter. At that meeting, Commissioner Frank Moe called for another special meeting to reconsider the vote at 2 p.m. on Monday, October 12—the day of the federal observance of Columbus Day.
At that time it was uncertain whether a quorum of the county board would be available, but the News-Herald talked to County Administrator Jeff Cadwell who said it appears a quorum of the board will be available. The meeting is open to the public.
The School District 166 school board unanimously endorsed a proclamation declaring that Monday, October 12, 2015 be recognized as Indigenous Peoples’ Day throughout the School District at their September 24 meeting.
The school board had previously discussed the initiative and in September 2014 the board voiced support for the idea of redefining the holiday after School Board member Deb White said the school board should follow the lead of the City of Duluth. At that time, the school board directed Superintendent Schwarz to compose a letter to Cook County and the City of Grand Marais asking them to support the initiative to recognize the second Monday in October as Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
FREE - Adding Machine Paper Rolls. Three 2 1/4" rolls still in package, two 2 1/4" rolls partially used and two 3" rolls. Inside the foyer at Sundew Technical Services, 425 W Hwy 61 (under Grand Marais Pharmacy). Come and get them, foyer open 24 hours.
CONTACT: Sundew Technical Services
DATE: 10/09/2015 03:34pm
Don't miss out!
Tomorrow at the Cook County Farm and Craft Market Grandma Jo's Lemon Bars will be on sale, 6 for $12.00. Stock up for the winter or share with friends!
Select varities of soap will be 3 for $10.
9am-1pm in the Senior Center Parking Lot.
Also available is fresh baked bread made with organic flour for $5.50.
CONTACT: Hana Senty
DATE: 10/09/2015 03:28pm