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Students win awards

Fifteen Central Lakes College students from the Staples campus have earned awards in graphic design and photography competition sponsored by the St. Cloud-based Advertising/Marketing Federation of Central Minnesota. Selection of the most creative entries is effected by a scoring process in which a panel of judges evaluates all creative dimensions …

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Robotics partners

The Central Lakes College Robotics Club has been working with the First Robotic Cardinal team from Staples-Motley High School to build a robot for competition March 10-12 in the regional First Robotics event at Duluth. At stake is a trip to St. Louis to compete in the nationals. Since shortly …

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Basketball vs. Anoka-Ramsey

Missed free throws doom menThe Raider men’s basketball team (24-2) converted just 16 of 27 free throws and missed 11 second-half opportunities in a 83-76 loss to Anoka-Ramsey (18-7) in a Southern Division game Sat., Feb. 12 in Brainerd. A bright spot at the line was Kwamaine Johnson, who hit …

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SBDC cites Cass partnership

The North Central Regional Small Business Development Center at Central Lakes College, Brainerd, recently recognized Cass County Economic Development Corporation and its executive director, Gail Leverson, for their support of the SBDC program. The EDC recently committed $8,500 to the SBDC, which will allow the program to provide professional business …

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Basketball vs. Riverland

Men winThe Central Lakes College men’s basketball team, now ranked third in the nation, stormed past Riverland, 102-75 to annex Win No. 24 against one loss on Feb. 9 at Austin. Seven Raiders hit double figures, led by Nash Faulk with 18, Kendall Brown 14, Marcus Ayala 13, and Maurice …

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Governor invited but not committed

While Governor Mark Dayton is a possible addition to the inaugural Ag and Energy Expo on the Staples campus of Central Lakes College on Feb. 18, his attendance is not definite. Organizers are hopeful, and his office has indicated that the schedule may permit an appearance. But so far there …

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Basketball vs. Ridgewater

Men roll to 23rd winThe Central Lakes College men’s basektball team, ranked second in the nation, defeated the Ridgewater Warriors 92-64 in a Minnesota College Athletic Conference Southern Division matchup Sat., Feb. 5 in Brainerd. The win was CLC’s 23rd in 24 games. Nash Faulk made his first five shots, …

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Plut to present

Joe Plut, retired Central Lakes College English and humanities instructor, will give two presentations on his late friend and former CLC colleague Jon Hassler in Alexandria in March. Joe, author of “Conversations with Jon Hassler,” will be part of the Community Read event honoring Jon Hassler March 24. The city …

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Cultural Thursday

Heidi Purdy and Abra Fisk presented the February Cultural Thursday Feb. 3 on the Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College, showing images from last May’s trip to Mexico. Their journey included a short stint of schooling in the Spanish language, delivery of donated clothing to Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos (Our Little …

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Instrumental concert

The Central Lakes College Instrumental Music Department on Tuesday, March 1 at 7:30 p.m. presents “Snowdrift Serenade,” the winter concert featuring the CLC Jazz Band, the CLC Brass Ensemble and, for the second year, the CLC Woodwind Ensemble. The concert will be in the Music Rehearsal Hall on the Brainerd …

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