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Crank up the Jukebox! Country artist Kevin Mac at CLC February 19

Country music artist Kevin Mac will bring his ‘Classic Country Jukebox’ show to the Chalberg Theatre stage on Friday, February 19 at 7:30 p.m. The show is part of the Cultural Arts Series presented by the Central Lakes Community Performing Arts Center.

“I was told that before a single note leaves his lips or one chord is strummed from his acoustic guitar, Kevin Mac convinces you to love him,” says Series Producer Patrick Spradlin. “ I watched several promotional videos of Kevin, and it was true. In addition to being an incredibly talented musician, Kevin is a consummate entertainer.”

Born in King George County, Virginia, Mac was bred on country/ bluegrass music and raised in the church. Despite his young age, he has years of experience under his belt. Kevin has opened for industry heavy hitters Kenny Chesney, Martina McBride, Phil Vassar, Darryl Worley, Trace Adkins, Colt Ford, LeAnn Rimes, Kip Moore, The Band Perry, Missy Elliott, Blacksreet, T. Mills, Timbaland, J. Cole and Ashanti. He re-recorded a "Southern Swag" version of the 1990s hit "No Diggity" with mega producer Teddy Riley, and he has written and collaborated with some of the most accomplished songwriters in the business, including hitmakers for Rascal Flatts, Diamond Rio, Beyonce and Britney Spears. In 2014 Kevin signed his first major record publishing deal with mega producer Dr. Luke's Prescription songs based out of Los Angeles, California.

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Crosslake Communications Cable cuts two channels from lineup

Crosslake Communications said Friday that it is taking AMC Networks and IFC off the air effective February 1, 2016 due to what it deems excessive costs for all customers. Both channels will be replaced with new networks within 14 days.

AMC, home of the popular show “The Walking Dead,” has been in contract negotiations with Crosslake Communications and other local cable companies since last year.

In place of AMC, Crosslake Communications will add INSP(Inspiration Network) to its Expanded Basic service.

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Emily City Council January highlights

According to draft, unapproved meeting minutes, the Emily City Council met Jan. 12 and heard from Minnesota Department of Transportation representatives about the plan for 2018 reconstruction of Hwy. 6 through town. The council heard that during construction, northbound traffic will be open, but southbound traffic will be on a detour. In a trade for parallel parking, MNDOT will pay the city $58,500 for parking. The council also discussed easements, business parking and ownership of roadways, draft minutes state. The state will ask the city for approval in March.

The council also heard that the Go North project received $20,000 from IRRRB. Go North workshops will be held in April, with a presentation to be held in May.

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The council heard there was one fire call in December. The city’s old fire truck will be sold by sealed bid with a minimum bid of $2,000, and an agreement was approved for the purchase of a demo fire truck.

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Mount Ski Gull Alpine race results from Spirit Mountain

On Sunday January 24th, the Mount Ski Gull (MSG) Alpine race team participated in  the Northland Junior Race Series (NJRS) Alpine meet at Spirit Mountain in Duluth, MN.

There were 56 skiers aged 5-17 representing the Mount Ski Gull (MSG) Alpine Race Team at the meet. Eleven MSG skiers finished in the top three of their age divisions.

Zeke Johnson, Crosslake, placed second and Mullen Bratney of Brainerd placed third in the boys 5 and under division. Piper Grillo of Nisswa took third in the girls 6-7 age group.

In the girls’ 8-9 category, Millie Taylor of Crosslake took the first place finish and CaliaChaney of East Gull Lake took second place.

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