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Keynote speaker

Jim Brazell, a 26-year leader in technology and innovation, will present a keynote address Thursday at Central Lakes College for high school administrators, instructors, and counselors from 26 school districts. Brazell has traveled the United States and internationally advocating the importance of cooperation across the disciplines – especially career and …

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Irish music for a cause

Last year the Central Lakes College Foundation made 126 awards worth $31,500 in Random Acts of Kindness. The RAK Fund originated with support from the Holden family, Bremer Foundation, Brainerd Lakes Community Foundation, and now includes individual donors. “We continue to make awards from the fund,” said Pam Thomsen, CLC …

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Raiders lose home VB opener

The Central Lakes College Raiders had a tough night in their home opener on Tuesday, but it may pay dividends later in the season. The Raiders lost 3-1 to undefeated Ridgewater (5-0) and saw their season record drop to 2-3. Ridgewater won the first two games 25-16 and 25-11 before …

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Volleyball team splits

The Central Lakes College Raiders opened with a 3-2 win over Bismarck State and a 3-1 loss to Ellsworth Saturday during the Ridgewater tournament. With both opponents of the Division II variety, Raiders head coach Jane Peterson was pleased but said there is much work to be done. In the …

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Raiders win football opener

Nick Grewe rushed for 108 yards and a touchdown to help the Central Lakes College Raiders open their season with a 21-6 victory over Fond Du Lac Saturday at St. Cloud State University. Dominique Corder threw for 114 yards and a 2-yard touchdown on 11-of-15 passing. That allowed CLC to …

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Social entrepreneur

In 2002, when Simon Stumpf left Pierz Healy High School and took a year’s worth of classes at Central Lakes College, he was already embracing change. Advocacy was in his nature. In 2006 he graduated with honors from Yale University, majoring in anthropology and African studies. This academic path has …

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Band rehearsals

The Central Lakes College Community Band will begin its fall season with the first rehearsal Monday, Sept. 13 at 7 p.m. in the Rehearsal Hall (E471) on the Brainerd campus. Rehearsals will continue on the following Mondays: Sept. 20, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25, Nov. 1 and 8. The fall …

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Senator at CLC

Minnesota Sen. Al Franken came to the Business & Industry Center at Central Lakes College today (Aug. 25) for a discussion with regional panelists about the state of the economy as relates to unemployment and business growth. Rebecca Best, dean of workforce, economic and regional development, was among the contributors …

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Auditions Sept. 11

Central Lakes College Theatre in Brainerd will hold auditions for “A Christmas Carol” on Saturday, Sept. 11 at 10 a.m. in the Bob Dryden Theatre. The Adventure ‘N Theatre production’s musical version needs 12 children in grades 3-8 plus six teenage performers from ninth grade-up (three male, three female). For …

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Deployment

The 309th Engineering Company of U.S. Army Reserves found a lot of friends in their midst at Central Lakes College today (Monday, Aug. 23) as the fall semester began at CLC. The Brainerd campus hosted a deployment ceremony in the air-conditioned gym, where families and friends packed the bleachers and …

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