CMC theater professor Gary Ketzenbarger rehearses for his upcoming performance of his play “A Resume for Immortality” at the United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City on Sept. 27. Photo: Joseph Gamble. CMC’s Gary Ketzenbarger has been selected to act in the prestigious United Solo Theatre Festival in New York City...

TRIO’s Student Support Services to expand throughout college district Thousands of at-risk college students in rural Colorado will receive financial and academic support over the next five years, thanks to an expanded federal TRIO grant that will empower Colorado Mountain College to provide even more support...

The chief justice of the Colorado Supreme Court, Nancy Rice, will speak at the Colorado Mountain College campus in Edwards on Saturday, Aug. 22. The lecture begins at 5 p.m., and will be followed by a reception at 6 p.m. This free, public event is presented by Colorado Mountain College’s Women in Philanthropy and...

Elementary education, leadership and management added this fall Cierra Austin wants to teach elementary school. Thanks to one of two new bachelor’s degrees offered by Colorado Mountain College this fall, the New Castle resident won’t have to relocate to get that degree. And she may wind up with a local teaching...

“Zepelim” by Bianca McCarty. Fine art photographer Bianca McCarty will be among the many works featured at the “Art & Jazz” community reception on Aug. 21 for Colorado Mountain College’s second annual Vail Valley Fine Arts Show at CMC’s campus in Edwards. Photo Bianca McCarty Colorado Mountain College in Edwards will...

By Carrie Click From left front, Alma Gurrola from Battle Mountain High School, Karely Varela from Red Canyon High School and Norma Delgado from Eagle Valley High School are among the 14 students who received the 2015 Alpine Bank Latino/Hispanic Scholarship to attend Colorado Mountain College. With them are Edgar...

The Colorado Mountain Junior College District is seeking outstanding candidates to run for positions on its elected board of trustees. Each term is for four years. Each potential candidate must be an eligible elector, as defined by state statute, and reside within the boundaries of the district in which they submit...

Upward Bound high school students Yarestsi Gonzalez and Jose Velasco worked with robots made from Legos during an engineering class at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville. Photo Kate Lapides On a recent summer day, Colorado Mountain College’s campus in Leadville was abuzz with activity, though most of the...

From left, front row, Stephany Ortega from Yampah Mountain High School, Raul Rios from Glenwood Springs High School and Eddy Meraz from Roaring Fork High School are among the 14 students who received the 2015 Alpine Bank Latino/Hispanic Scholarship to attend Colorado Mountain College. With them are (from left, back...

Jennifer Gomez (left front) from Coal Ridge High School, Larisa Cruz from Rifle High School and Francisco Muneton from Grand Valley High School are among the 14 students who received the 2015 Alpine Bank Latino/Hispanic Scholarship to attend Colorado Mountain College. With them are (from left, back row) Angela Meraz,...