Friday, September 30, 2011

Thursday High School Scores


3-0  Deer River def Hill City
3-0  East Central def Aitkin
3-0  Long Prairie-Grey Eagle def Eagle Valley
3-0  Nevis def Blackduck
3-0  Onamia def Hinckley-Finlayson
3-0  Pierz def Rockford
3-0  Pine River-Backus def Northome/Kelliher
3-0  Sebeka def Pillager
3-0  Upsala def Royalton
3-0  Wadena-Deer Creek def Sauk Centre
3-1  Browerville def West Central
3-1  Fergus Falls def Brainerd
3-1  Menahga def Staples-Motley
3-1  Park Rapids def Cass Lake-Bena
3-2  Pequot Lakes def Walker-Hackensack-Akeley
3-2  Virginia def Crosby-Ironton

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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

CLC Gains Ntl Accreditation

The Central Lakes College Medical Assistant program at the Staples campus has earned accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.

The CLC program is also accredited through the American Medical Technologists. The latest endorsement comes from the largest programmatic accreditor in the health sciences field.

National accreditation is considered the “gold standard” for medical assisting, said Dawn Michel, instructor-director of CLC’s 44-credit diploma program.

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Hwy 10 Road Work Ahead

Motorists traveling on Highway 10 between Clear Lake and Big Lake may encounter lane closures and reduced speeds beginning Monday, Oct. 3, as crews begin preparations for next year’s corridor pavement replacement project.

Crews will begin installing temporary bypass lanes and turn lanes, and widening of major intersections for the rehabilitation project scheduled for this portion of the Highway 10 Corridor in 2012.

The $13.1 million improvement project is scheduled to be completed by mid-November, weather permitting.

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Cravaack Gives High Speed Rail Thumbs Down

(AP)  Minnesota Congressman Chip  Cravaack says he is no fan of the proposed Northern Lights high-speed rail link between Duluth and the Twin Cities. 

The freshman Republican says the $750 million project won't pay for itself and the money would be better spent on highway and bridge repair.  The Federal government would pick up 80% of the cost.

The project was championed by Cravaack's predecessor, former DFL Representative Jim Oberstar, who touted the economic benefit to northeastern Minnesota.  The train would cover the rails at 110 miles per hour and make the trip in two hours.

The federal government has awarded $5 million for engineering studies.

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Tuesday High School Scores


3-0  Braham def Aitkin
3-0  Frazee def Menahga
3-0  Onamia def Pine City
3-0  Pillager def Crosby-Ironton
3-0  Wadena-Deer Creek def New York Mills
3-1  Bertha-Hewitt def Staples-Motley
3-1  Little Falls def Zimmerman
3-2  Brainerd def Sartell
3-2  Eagle Valley def Royalton
3-2  Long Prairie-Grey Eagle def Upsala
3-2  Park Rapids def Pine River-Backus

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

No. Pike Restrictions Eased

Three area lakes are among 15 that will no longer have restriction on the taking of northern pike.  The special northern pike regulation will end Tuesday, Nov. 1.

This change is the result of a new state law that limits the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to no more than 100 northern pike special or experimental regulation lakes and only allows for length-based rules.

Included among the 15 lakes are Louise in Cass County, ,Ogechie in Mille Lacs County  and Little Sauk in Todd County.

The lakes will revert to the standard statewide northern pike regulation – a three-fish limit with no more than one greater than 30 inches in possession.

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Monday Night High School Scores


3-0  Sebeka def Browerville
3-0  Wadena-Deer Creek def Breckenridge
3-1  Blackduck def Northland
3-1  Crosby-Ironton def Aitkin
3-1  Upsala def Onamia

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