A video camera on the roof of Colorado Mountain College’s central administrative building in downtown Glenwood Springs offers this eagle’s-eye view of the Grand Avenue Bridge project. The concept of an “eagle-eye’s view” is gaining a fresh new perspective as a camera placed atop the downtown Glenwood Springs...

This is the eighth installment in a multi-part series in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent celebrating CMC's 50th anniversary.

Dr. Kim Hunter Reed (Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education) toured and talked higher education at our Glenwood Springs and Spring Valley campuses July 17. Dr. Reed is a former Louisiana higher education official, and most recently served in President Barack Obama’s administration as...

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...

Editor’s note: This first-person account by Adrian Fielder, assistant dean of instruction at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley at Glenwood Springs, was published in the May 2017 “green” issue of Roaring Fork Lifestyle magazine http://www.roaringforklifestyle.com/2017/04/30/rising-up-by-rooting-down/. The piece...

Four Colorado Mountain College students were among 27 future educators honored at the state capitol May 8, 2017, in the inaugural ceremony of Colorado’s Aspiring Educator Honor Roll. The initiative to create the honor roll came from Dr. Kim Hunter Reed, the executive director of the Colorado Department of Higher...

Editor’s note: This story first ran in the May 7 edition of the Glenwood Springs Post-Independent. It is the fifth installment in a multi-part series celebrating Colorado Mountain College’s 50th anniversary. CMC’s new Blake Ave. building becomes city’s ‘community center’ The Glenwood Center staff of the 1980s...

CMC Spring Valley and CMC Breckenridge joining other campuses in Earth Day education and celebrations

In downtown Glenwood Springs, Cooper Commons now Morgridge Commons

CMC's Sopris Theatre Company presents "Sixteen Wounded" Feb. 17-26