What to do with the red snapper, shrimp, cilantro, grapefruit, and purple potatoes in your fridge? This article first appeared in the Vail Daily on March 7, 2011. By Wren Wertin. In a world where talented, experienced and media-savvy chefs are consistently in the mainstream television rotation, it’s easy to forget it...

Steamboat writer credits CMC classes By Mike McKibbin STEAMBOAT SPRINGS – Making a living as a professional writer “wouldn’t be a bad life,” said Sara Patton. While she hasn’t had any stories published yet, the Steamboat Springs resident is pleased her short story, “The Bull Rider,” was a recent...

Manwaring, Yantz named faculty of year for CMC Summit Campus By Suzie Romig BRECKENRIDGE – Even with multiple degrees from American and French colleges and a master’s degree in mathematics, Associate Professor Bénédicte Manwaring is not afraid to say she struggles in her work. “I struggle just the way the...

Rymer named full-time faculty of year for entire district, adjunct Cowles honored by local campus By Suzie Romig EDWARDS – “We have approximately one hundred full-time faculty at Colorado Mountain College, across all our campuses, and you are the top dog,” Dr. Stan Jensen, collegewide president, told stunned...

Spring Valley Campus student blogger Dylan Derryberry wins a trip to the 2010 Winter Games Dylan Derryberry REDMOND, Wash., Jan. 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Bloggers Amber Borowski Johnson and Dylan Derryberry are the winners of the Microsoft Corp.-sponsored Office Winter Games contest, it was announced today. With...

Yajko receives Colorado’s top ‘philanthropy professional’ award Colorado Mountain College Foundation CEO Alexandra Yajko was awarded the 2009 Outstanding Professional in Philanthropy Award by the National Philanthropy Day in Colorado during a ceremony Nov. 13 in Denver. Yajko (third from left) is surrounded...

Spring Valley Campus blogger Dylan Derryberry is one of five semifinalists in Microsoft Office’s Best Blogathlete contest By Sara Fowler Student blogger Dylan Derryberry Colorado Mountain College’s student blogging program is in its second year, and continues to grow. Our seven student bloggers (from each residential...

Colorado’s best givers receive honors on National Philanthropy Day By Andy Vuon Alexandra Yajko The Denver Post A dozen individuals and organizations were recognized Friday at the 20th annual National Philanthropy Day in Colorado awards event for their philanthropic and volunteer work. Denver-based Qwest was...

Ann E. Wibbenmeyer, Herald Staff Writer Kristen Wells. Photo courtesy of the Leadville Herald Democrat. Kristen Wells is a Boettcher scholar, the second Lake County High School senior in two years to receive this honor. Wells said that she will either be attending Colorado College in Colorado Springs or Colorado...

Voters chose “No Barriers” in the CMC Foundation’s scholarship-naming poll The CMC Foundation has found a name for its new scholarship! Colorado Mountain College Foundation is pleased to announce the results of our recent Name the Scholarship contest. Following announcements we placed on CMC’s staff email, eNews and...