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CLC student overcomes cancer, excels in school and singing

Hannah Joy Aldrich’s story is bigger than her powerful singing voice. Bigger than her success in graphic design. And it’s bigger than the cancer that consumed her thoughts more than a year ago. Hannah, a 19-year-old Graphic Design student at CLC, is hard to miss. Her smile and bubbly personality …

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CLC grad named first tribal police chief to POST Board

Governor Mark Dayton this week appointed Mille Lacs Band Police Chief Sara Rice to the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST Board). An enrolled member of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, Rice is the first tribal police chief to serve on the POST Board. Rice joined …

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Two Law Enforcement students receive Minnesota Sheriff’s Association Scholarship

Central Lakes College Law Enforcement students Brady Houle and Michael Lyscio were each awarded a $600 Minnesota Sheriff’s Association Scholarship. Crow Wing County Todd Dahl presented them with the honor this week. “It is an honor that two of our hardworking Central Lakes College Criminal Justice students receive this Sheriff’s …

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Hofmann named CLC Outstanding Educator

Marine and Small Engine instructor Paul Hofmann has been selected as the Central Lakes College Board of Trustees Outstanding Educator for 2017-18. CLC President Hara Charlier recently made the announcement to the campus community. “Paul continuously shows the highest commitment to preparing his students to enter the field of power sports,” she said. “He works …

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CLC Announces Fall Honors List


Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, has announced its 2017 fall semester honors list. The President’s List includes 214 students who earned a grade-point average of 3.75 to 4.0 while enrolled for at least 12 credits. The Dean’s List includes 265 students who earned a grade-point average of 3.25 to …

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CLC’s Faber appointed to LCCMR

Central Lakes College Natural Resources instructor Dr. William Faber was recently re-appointed to the Legislative-Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources (LCCMR). Gov. Mark Dayton selected Faber for the four-year term. “It is a real honor to be re-appointed by Governor Dayton for another 4-year term,” Faber said. “It is a great experience, …

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NR students bring Gullion research back to life

For more than half a century, the life work of Gordon Gullion, a preeminent expert on ruffed grouse, sat untouched in a basement. His work was meticulously detailed on about 69,000 notecards, some dating back to the 1930s. Today, those notecards are in the hands of dedicated Central Lakes College …

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CLC’s Gleaning Program donates fresh produce to community

In it’s second year, a new program at Central Lakes College is putting needed fresh produce into the hands of community members. It’s called the Gleaning Program. Here’s how it works: The CLC Ag & Energy Center produces many different crops and produce, all while teaching students and leading research …

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CLC launches Dryden Theatre campaign

In order to transform the Dryden Theatre into a top-shelf event space, Central Lakes College recently launched the Dryden Theatre Campaign to raise $130,000 for the following upgrade: New, more comfortable theatre-style seats. Better technical support with the addition of a sound/lighting booth. Improved visibility with new seating risers. Updated …

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Mary Sam honored by Minnesota Education Equity Partnership

Central Lakes College’s Mary Sam, Dean of Students, Equity and Inclusion, was recently awarded the 2017 Ron McKinley All My Relations Award from the Minnesota Education Equity Partnership. The award is given annually by the staff and board of the Minnesota Education Equity Partnership (MnEEP) in recognition of a volunteer who …

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