Two high-achieving students are headed for Colorado Mountain College

Four students from lower Roaring Fork Valley receive scholarships to attend CMC

Colorado teens experience some of state’s finest outdoor activities while learning leadership concepts – for free

At CMC's Reach Your Peak camp, middle schoolers learn about aerial firefighting and emergency work at Rifle Garfield County Airport

Graduates from Battle Mountain, Eagle Valley, Red Canyon high schools will attend Colorado Mountain College this fall By Carrie Click EDWARDS – Three local high school students might not have been able to go to college if not for a financial boost from Alpine Bank. With that help, all three are college-bound. Now...

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Forty nine West Garfield County students were the recent joyful recipients of Clough Scholarships. The Clough Fellowship was created by Genevieve Clough in partnership with

From left, former culinary scholarship recipients Demitrius Landry and Marybeth Miller were among the apprentice chefs who prepared a recent dinner at the Keystone Ranch Restaurant to raise money for Colorado Mountain College Culinary Institute student scholarships. Both are May graduates of the college’s renowned...

Jim Calaway, a renowned Carbondale business mogul, does not shy away from credit for the millions of dollars he’s poured into the Roaring Fork Valley’s nonprofits and charities.

For 21 years, Colorado Mountain College and Alpine Bank have partnered to award Alpine Bank Latino/Hispanic Scholarships to deserving first-generation students of Latino/Hispanic descent from Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin, Routt and Summit County. Last Friday, thirteen promising, hopeful, young people were honored with this...