We’ve been following two CMC alumni, Luke Kimmes and Jarrad Moore, as they paddle upstream on an six-man paddling expedition from the Gulf of Mexico to the Arctic Ocean. CBSDenver recently featured an update on their trip, reprinted below. DENVER (CBS4) – A group of six men are embarking on an adventure for the...

This article was published in the Summit Daily News. By Alli Langley. Drew Mikita, 33, of Breckenridge, is a full-time psychology professor at Colorado Mountain College. The licenced professional counselor also has run his own local private practice since moving to Breckenridge in 2007, working with adolescents on...

Last May, a group of students – Seth Anderson, Kate Lapides and Becky Aurora Thompson – from the Isaacson School for New Media produced a short documentary video about a paralyzed dog named Ernie. A rescue dog from the Colorado Animal Rescue shelter, on the Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs – Spring...

This story on two recent CMC Spring Valley CLETA program graduates was printed in the Aspen Daily News. By Chad Abraham. Aspen ballet alum was eager to start a ‘completely different career path’ Former colleagues of Seth DelGrasso’s in the Aspen-Santa Fe Ballet wouldn’t be that surprised that the former dancer...

This CMC Corner Column was first published in the Glenwood Post Independent. By Dr. Jim Green, coordinator for continuing education at CMC and director of the Glenwood Center on Blake. Colorado Mountain College adopted a multi-year strategic plan a year ago to guide our work in the community. Continuing Education is...

This article was published in the Summit Daily News. By Elise Reuter. Rep. Millie Hamner, D-Dillon, Rep. Susan Lontine, D-Denver and Sen. Kerry Donovan, D-Vail were all sponsors of a bill to allow for additional grant funding for mobile classrooms. Gov. John Hickenlooper visited Frisco yesterday to sign a bill that...

This article appeared in the Vail Daily News. By Randy Wyrick. State Sen. Kerry Donovan’s ASCENT bill makes expands college funding opportunities for high school students. Gov. John Hickenlooper was at Colorado Mountain College’s Edwards campus Wednesday to sign it into law. That’s Donovan directly behind the governor,...

This article was published in the Rifle Citizen Telegram. By Teresa Hamilton. Coal Ridge High School seniors Isidro Contreras Morales, left, and Tyler Sheerin cook Salvadoran cheese and carnita pupusas for the Colorado River Fire Rescue staff as part of their final exam. Isidro Contreras Morales’ knife blade flashes...

This article was printed in the Vail Daily News. By Randy Wyrick. Dr. Kathryn Regjo, vice president for Colorado Mountain College in Edwards, was among the speakers at Friday evening’s graduation ceremony at the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek. BEAVER CREEK — Commencement is, by its very nature, the...

This article was published in the Rifle Citizen Telegram. By Theresa Hamilton. Whitney Vance received her associate degree from Colorado Mountain College May 2, nearly a month before she’ll walk as part of Rifle High School’s graduation. Rifle High School senior Whitney Vance isn’t one for order. For Vance and...