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‘My Antonia’

The Illusion Theater of Minneapolis will present “My Antonia” at Central Lakes College in Brainerd on Friday, Feb. 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the Chalberg Theatre. The production is presented by the Cultural Arts Series at CLC. Since 1974, Illusion Theater has been making light of the illusions, myths, and …

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Writing workshop

Jodi Schwen, editor of the Lake Country Journal Magazine, will lead a writer’s workshop, “Finding What’s Right to Write (for You!)” at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23 in Room E203 on the Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College. The workshop is sponsored by the Center for Lifelong Learning at CLC.The …

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Raiders upset

Slow start dooms men The Central Lakes College Raiders lost, 69-65, to the Anoka-Ramsey Rams in a Southern Division game Saturday at CLC, falling behind in the first half, 39-24, and unable to recover. The loss was only the second in 24 games for the top-ranked team. The Raiders came …

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Men win, women lose

Raiders 80, Blue Devils 55Central Lakes College’s Maurice Hernandez (shown) led all scorers with 21 points to lead the top-ranked NJCAA Division III Raider men to a 80-55 win over Riverland at Austin Wed., Feb. 8. Brandon Davis scored 14 while Michael Farrington and Kwamaine Johnson scored 10 apiece for …

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Earth Day

The Central Lakes College Environmental Studies class, in collaboration with the Green Team and Green Club at CLC, is planning the Community Earth Day Fair on the Brainerd campus Wed., April 25. It is expected to run from 9:30 or 10 a.m. to about 3:30 p.m. The event follows several …

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Back on top

The Central Lakes College men’s basketball team returned to the No. 1 ranking in this week’s poll of coaches in Division III of the National Junior College Athletic Association. The Raiders had been No. 2 since being dealt their first loss of the season at Minnesota West. The 21-1 team, …

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‘Dream Alive’

Joe Rogers, who served as the youngest lieutenant governor in the United States during his time in Colorado, presented “The Dream Alive,” as a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement today in the gymnasium of the Brainerd campus at Central Lakes College. The commentary …

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All-American to Florida A & M

Sophomore All-American defensive end Frank Mays of Central Lakes College has signed a  Letter of Intent to play football at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (Florida A & M). Frank will receive a full athletic scholarship to play for the Tallahassee school of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. The NCAA Division …

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State honor

Brainerd resident Julie Jo Larson, an honor student at Central Lakes College, has been recognized by state organizations with scholarships she said qualified students shouldn’t overlook for themselves. “It is my hope that I can inspire more students to take the time and fill out the scholarship applications,” she said. …

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Men defeat Ridgewater

Men get 21st win The Central Lakes College Raiders (21-1) have an opportunity to clinch a postseason No. 1 seed and remove the bitter taste from their mouth after last year’s early playoff exit. They remained focused Sat., Feb. 4 to notch a 97-73 win over Ridgewater in Brainerd. Kwamaine …

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