On Oct. 30, 2018, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper stopped at Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge during his statewide farewell tour. On behalf of the college, CMC Trustees Patty Theobald and Pat Chlouber, as well as President Carrie Besnette Hauser, welcomed him. Answering questions from Hauser and several others,...

This article was first published in the Summit Daily News.  By Alli Langley. Colorado Mountain College instructor and coordinator Sharon Aguiar, center, helps Fadys Velasquez, left, of Dillon Valley, and Omero Garcia, right, of Summit Cove, with their English at Dillon Valley Elementary on Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015....

Colorado Mountain College adjunct Erica Marciniec dines on the wild side The Summit Daily News recently featured CMC adjunct faculty Erica Marciniec and her passion for foraging and wild foods. A reprint of the original Summit Daily News article, by Alli Langley, is below. Colorado Mountain College adjunct Erica...

BRECKENRIDGE – The Northwest Colorado Small Business Development Center is hosting the inaugural Professional Health & Wellness Symposium Aug. 13-14, 2014, at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge. The event begins Aug. 13 with Colorado Health Links presenting a special Science of Worksite Wellness workshop from...

Colorado Mountain College recently hosted a reception for CMC district K-12 superintendents and principals at the annual Breckenridge conference of the Colorado Association of School Executives. Guests at the reception heard Dr. Matt Gianneschi, the college’s chief of operations, and Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser, CMC...

CMC’s Summer Tech Camp is full for middle-schoolers but there’s room for high schoolers. CMC archive photo Summer tech programs for middle-schoolers sold out; still space in new high school engineering class What does wading through the Blue River while hunched over holding a waterproof camera have to do with computer...

CMC in Breckenridge hosts sustainability panel tonight This article first appeared in the Summit Daily News. By Krista Driscoll. Organizations in Summit County are now peeling back the layers of their energy use and studying ways to reduce their impact on the environment. At the forefront of this push in our...

Celebrated milestone at Colorado Mountain College ceremony in Keystone May 2 Shawn Biehl never set out to be an overachiever, but the title stuck after she graduated from Colorado Mountain College with three associate degrees in 2008 – an Associate of Arts in business and two Associate of Applied Science degrees...

Author Tom Martin will appear at CMC locations in Carbondale (April 10) and Breckenridge (April 12) to talk about his book, “Big Water, Little Boats.” The Carbondale appearance will also feature a panel discussion about the Colorado Water Plan. CMC in Carbondale and Breckenridge to host free talks Tom Martin,...

This article was printed in the Summit Daily News. By Jessica Smith. Engine 633 was donated to Prey Nup, Cambodia in 2005. The engine formerly was owned by Red, White & Blue Fire District. Summit County charitable fund supports Cambodian fire stations Engine 633 leaks oil. However, the firefighters who use it aren’t...