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Ronny Cox to perform

Actor-musician Ronny Cox performs Thursday, Oct. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the Bob Dryden Theatre as part of the Cultural Arts Series hosted by the Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College. Cox’s acting career spans more than 125 films and TV shows. He’s played villains and good guys since his …

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Reading to break the cycle

Reading students at Central Lakes College not only learn to improve their personal reading comprhension. They’re given the opportunity to read to others, such as the pre-schoolers in the day care/ early childhood education center on the Brainerd campus. Instructor Jan Bedard provided the example of group reading. She demonstrates …

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Raiders lose

THIEF RIVER FALLS — The Central Lakes College Raiders volleyball team fell in three sets to Northland Wed., Sept. 21. Scores: 19-25, 24-26, 16-25. Alanna Hansen had 8 kills, Abbi Knutson 27 set assists and 7 digs, and Hayley Hornick 13 digs. Melissa Widman added 2 kills and 7 digs. …

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Hall of Fame

Central Lakes College alumnus Roy C. Booth, playwright-author, will be inducted into the Pillager High School Hall of Fame Sept. 24. A 1983 Pillager graduate, Roy sold his first short story as a freshman. By the time he headed to CLC, Roy had the honor of seeing several of his …

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Photography class

Christian Hoffman of Brainerd, a video production student at Central Lakes College, Staples, listens to instructor Steve Kohls (right) in a Black & White Photo class activity near Crosby. Students shot images in and around the multipurpose Cuyuna Lakes State Trail in the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area. This three-credit, …

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‘Miracle Worker’

Central Lakes College Theatre presents “The Miracle Worker” in Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus, opening Friday, Oct. 7 at 7:30 p.m.William Gibson’s powerful drama, one of the most-produced plays of the 20th century, dramatizes the volatile relationship between a lonely teacher, Annie Sullivan, and her blind, deaf and mute …

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Affordable tuition

Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Chancellor Steven Rosenstone said this week he is prepared to make tough choices and design new ways of doing business to keep tuition affordable. “Our role as a driver of Minnesota’s economy is more important than ever, and the priorities we set over the new …

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Migratory birds observed

The Central Lakes College Natural Resources Club on Saturday, Sept. 17 traveled to Duluth with advisers Gary Carson and Dr. Bill Faber for a day observing migrating hawks and other raptors, such as this Arctic subspecies, juvenile peregrine falcon. They were accompanied by several international students, who were especially thrilled …

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On-farm fuel seminar

STAPLES – The Agricultural and Energy Center at Central Lakes College, Staples, recently hosted an on-farm fuel production seminar for the Upper Midwest. Attendees came from as far as North Dakota. Aimed at a core audience of serious alternative fuel users, the four-hour seminar included a look at fuel conversion …

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CLC, Cederberg second

The Central Lakes College men’s golf team finished second a the Spartan Invitational played at Pebble Lake Golf Course, Fergus Falls, on Monday, Sept. 19. The Raiders totaled 335 strokes on the par 72 lay-out, following the host Minnesota State Community and Technical College Spartans at 296. Hibbing was third. …

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