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‘Cuckoo’s Nest’

“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” will be staged in the Dryden Theatre at Central Lakes College Feb. 17-20 and 24-27 at 7:30 p.m. Shane Keran, Brainerd, is the honest anti-hero Randle P. McMurphy. Rebecca Souhrada, Brainerd, portrays the manipulative and vindictive authority figure Nurse Ratched. Bill Musel, Baxter, plays …

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Raiders 7th in nation

The Central Lakes College men’s basketball team owns a 19-4 record heading into tonight’s (Feb. 10) game at Thief River Falls against Northland. More significantly, the Raiders are ranked 7th in this week’s National Junior College Athletic Association Division III poll, jumping ahead of Minneapolis Community and Technical College (19-5). …

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Ethiopia

Sociologist Gary Payne and Mary Rosenberg, a Pine River teacher, will present two free programs with images from their recent time in Ethiopia at Central Lakes College Thursday, March 4. The first Cultural Thursday presentation will be from noon to 1 p.m. in Chalberg Theatre, and the second, in-depth look …

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Basketball vs. Vermilion, Mesabi

MEN: In their last regular-season home games of the season, the Central Lakes Raiders defeated Vermilion 89-69 on Feb. 6 and Mesabi Range 90-61 on Feb. 5. Sophomore Erik Peeters (pictured) scored 22 points vs. Vermilion, while Amed Farah had 18, Nash Faulk 16, Nick Grewe 12, and Yasin Jama …

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Giving kids a smile

Central Lakes College teamed up with area dental professionals to provide free care to ages 3-18. On Thursday, Feb. 4 and Friday, Feb. 5 during Give Kids a Smile Days the Community Dental Clinic on the Brainerd campus provided free oral exams, x rays, teeth cleaning, and fluoride treatment courtesy …

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ADDY Awards

Central Lakes College students from the Staples campus have earned awards in photography competition sponsored by the Advertising/Marketing Federation of Central Minnesota. The student ADDY Award competition produced honors for 16 students in Photographic Imaging Technology. Judge’s Choice – Jamie Mulligan, Grand Forks, N.D. (pictured) Gold ADDY –Mulligan (3), Sara …

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Eight sign for DII

Central Lakes College’s first state championship football season served as a launchpad for participation at the next level. Eight Central Lakes College football student-athletes have either signed NCAA Division II Letters of Intent or already transferred to four-year schools to play next season. Wide receiver Alex Leach and linebacker Caleb …

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Solas celtic concert

The Central Lakes College Cultural Arts Series welcomes the five-piece Celtic ensemble Solas to the Cultural Arts series sage in Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus Thursday, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m. The concert in Chalberg Theatre features a blend of Celtic traditional, folk and country melodies, bluesy sometimes jazz-inspired …

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Band concert

A new ensemble will be introduced at the Central Lakes College winter band concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23 in the Chalberg Theater on the Brainerd campus. The CLC Woodwind Choir, with conductor Chris Bolstad, makes its debut. Bolstad is a former member of the CLC Jazz Band and …

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Thankful graduate

Dustin Voss of Onamia, RN and a 2009 honors graduate of the Central Lakes College Nursing program, recently contacted Connie Frisch, director of nursing programs at CLC, with a report on the effort to help the people of Haiti. “We need to help these people in desperate need,” he said. …

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