Colorado Mountain College students go to school in some of the country’s best vacation destinations, according to a list of the 15 Best Small Towns by U.S. News & World Report. Four Colorado towns with CMC campuses were named in the top 15: Breckenridge, Steamboat Springs, Aspen, and Vail. The magazine’s travel...

We have taken our 50th Anniversary celebration on the road…literally. Tour de CMC is a five-day, 260-mile bike ride through the Colorado Mountain College District. The bike route began at Steamboat Springs and includes stops in Edwards, Breckenridge, Leadville, Aspen, and Spring Valley. Riders have tackled the up and...

Two Aspen performances scheduled Feb. 2-3

Board of overseers meets in Aspen to discuss vision for new media program

Anne Maclean, who works at CMC in Aspen, received an early-morning visit from a couple of large and gangly prospective students on Sept. 28. Two moose showed up southeast of campus at 7:30 a.m., wandered away into the North Forty neighborhood, then came back again and loitered around CMC until about 10:30 a.m. When...

This article appeared in the Glenwood Post Independent. By Jessica Cabe. Robert Spano conducts the Aspen Festival Orchestra in Beethoven’s Ninth in the Benedict Music Tent. Courtesy of the Aspen Music Festival and School. Glenwood Springs has been named the No. 1 small city in the nation in the first-ever “Arts...

By Mike McKibbin BASALT – Bronwyn Anglin always wanted to be in real estate. This spring, despite the down economy and lackluster home sales, she landed a job with Basalt Realty. Anglin credits launching her long-sought-after career to Colorado Mountain College in Aspen, where she received the Helen K. and Arthur E....

ASPEN — Heather Milne was named Aspen Valley Hospital’s Nurse of the Year during a May 12 National Nurses’ Day celebration. She was chosen for the honor by fellow nurses from a slate of 15 nominees. A resident of Basalt, Milne has worked at AVH since 1996. She started as an EMT-I and Spanish translator in the...