GRANTS PASS , Ore. -- The owners of an iconic 98-year-old Grants Pass shop, Blind George's, have officially announced its coming closure.
The shop will be closed for good at 5 p.m. on Wednesday.
The owners posted on Facebook saying there are events out of their control that prevent the store from being sold in its current location. However, the historic name and content can be sold.
To remain in business, the shop would need to be moved to a different location.
The owners say they want to express their deepest gratitude to its beloved community and customers.
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