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Book to be published

David MacArthur, director of auxiliary services at Central Lakes College, has been notified that his first book will be published by North Star Press. The scheduled release date is June 2. “The Day the Water Tower Froze and Other Stories From My Days With the Mille Lacs Band” was accepted …

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Joe Plut honored

The performance of an imitator was the highlight of yesterday’s tribute to retired Central Lakes College instructor Joe Plut. Midway through the program, a near-perfect imposter waddled to the podium looking and sounding distinctly like the Mad Hugger in his Creative Communication classroom days. As Joe would say, he was …

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Conference on Aging

“The Magic of Health and Happiness” is the theme of the thirty-first Conference on Aging Wednesday, June 6 on the Staples campus of Central Lakes College from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. This event will offer a day of health, wellness and fun for the 55+ population in Central Minnesota. …

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Illustration published

Chris Smith of Aitkin, a Central Lakes College student in Communication Art and Design (CAD), had his illustration chosen for a Lake County Journal essay called “The Whole Tooth” published in the March/April 2012 edition. He earned $50 for the effort, a collaboration between the magazine and the CLC program. …

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15 retirees honored

Central Lakes College honored 15 retirees at its 2012 Employee Recognition Event Friday in Chalberg Theatre on the Brainerd campus, where each year a ceremony also pays tribute to employees with longevity of service ranging from 10 to 35 years. Retirees this year have a combined 329 years of service, …

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Politics program Thursday

Whether the political process fascinates you or frustrates you, plan to join us for this informative and educational presentation led by professor of political science Matt Lindstrom. “The 2012 Elections: Who is Involved. What’s at Stake” will be held at 7 pm Thursday, May 17 in Room E354 at Central …

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Graduation

About 320 Central Lakes College students from the Brainerd campus were honored as they attended the two-hour, 12-minute commencement ceremony last night at Brainerd High School’s gymnasium. Special recognition was accorded to the first two Honors AA degree graduates, Julie Jo Larson and Margaret Tiede, as well as international students, …

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Program changes

Central Lakes College has withdrawn its acceptance of a grant for the 2012-13 academic year to host students from Central American and the Caribbean. Originally the college was to receive 18 students  in August.  These students would have had minimal or no English skills, necessitating an all-out English immersion program …

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Slow down and be safe

The College Drive road construction project in Brainerd is moving along on schedule, but motorists and pedestrians are urged to use extreme caution in this work zone. The speed limit is as low as 20 i the most intense work areas. Otherwise it is 30 mph. Be safe everyone and …

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Graduation

Approximately 120 graduates of the Staples campus of Central Lakes College participated in commencement last evening in the Staples-Motley High School gymnasium. Kelsie Engholm of Brainerd hugs instructor Dawn Michel after receiving her Medical Assistant diploma. Kelsie is the daughter of a student in the program last year. She is …

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