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Mays is All-American

Congratulations to sophomore defensive end Frank Mays of Central Lakes College, who is an All-American. Mays has received honorable mention on the Division III All-America team announced by the National Junior College Athletic Association. Frank had 47 tackles and 8.5 sacks in 2011 and 42 tackles and 6.5 sacks in …

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No. 1

The Central Lakes College men’s basketball team moved up from No. 2 to the top spot in the Dec. 13 Division III rankings just released by the National Junior College Athletic Association. The 11-0 Raiders, who face to opponents this weekend which they have already defeated this season (Rainy River …

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Coaches, alums help conduct clinic

On Sat., Dec. 10, CLC volleyball coaches and alumni helped conduct the NCAA-AVCA Powerade kids clinic held at the University of Minnesota. CLC Head Coach Jane Peterson was the lead clinician who helped coordinate the clinic. Her assistant, Ken Miller, led a supporting cast that included ex-Raiders Lisa Litke Sorenson …

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Student Services reorganizing

Changes are ahead for the Brainerd campus Student Services Department, according to Beth Adams, Dean of Students. Starting Monday, Dec. 19, office reassignments will relocate more than two dozen employees. “We are in the process changing our counseling and advising services model. After Spring Semester, the Counselors will no longer be providing …

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Faber appointed to state committee

Dr. William Faber, a Central Lakes College natural resources instructor, has been appointed to serve along with 11 other new appointees on the Minnesota DNR Wildlife Oversight Committee. His term runs from Dec. 15, 2011 to Dec. 14, 2014. Tom Landwehr, DNR commissioner, informed Faber of the appointment. He said …

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Natural Resources Advisory Committee

The Central Lakes College Natural Resources Advisory Committee met on the Brainerd campus recently to review curriculum and internships as well as forthcoming faculty assignment changes. Instructors Gary Carson and Dr. Bill Faber conducted the luncheon meeting. Volunteer members include Marc Bacigalupi, Andy Carlson, Gary Drotts, Jeff Halverson, Mike Loss, …

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Teams win at Rainy River

Men win 11th The Central Lakes College men’s team built a 62-36 halftime lead and defeated Rainy River, 120-89, Saturday at International Falls — win No. 11 for the second-ranked Raiders. Twelve Raiders scored and CLC made 47 of 98 shots (48 percent) from the field. The Raiders launched 38 …

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Raiders defeat Hibbing

Men are 10-0 Balanced scoring with five players in double figures led the undefeated and NJCAA Division III second-ranked Central Lakes Raider men to a 83-59 win over Hibbing in a non-division game Friday night. It was their 10th straight against no losses. Ronnie Kornbaum led all scorers with 20 …

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After-school lab

Twenty-four Staples-Motley fourth and fifth graders enjoyed two days of special, after-school learning Dec. 6 and 8 at Central Lakes College in Staples. Their teachers were CLC students in anatomy and physiology, whose service-learning exercise required them to provide stations demonstrating skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. The CLC students are enrolled …

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Salsa for stress relief

The Central Lakes College Psychology Club sponsored Student Stress Day Wednesday, where club members provided activities and advice to alleviate stress just days before final exams. One display offered “the miraculous medicine of laughter.” The club provided chair massages by Club President Casey Burnett, CMT,  color therapy, hand treatments, free cookies …

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