Colorado Mountain College, the cities of Aspen and Glenwood Springs, and the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) will all be installing new electric vehicle charging stations in the coming year. CMC received a grant that will allow the college to install five more charging stations to its central...

CMC adjunct Nick Harris researches ground-breaking energy technology This article was published in the March 2, 2014 Aspen Daily News. By Nelson Harvey. Nick Harris, an assistant instructor and biofuels researcher at CMC in Rifle, rotates a test tube of bacteria inside an anaerobic chamber at the school’s lab....

Design Training Center opens in Rifle This article first appeared in the Citizen Telegram. By Beth Shaw and Jill Ziemann GarCo Sewing Works, a new enterprise from Colorado Mountain College’s Customized Business Services and Go2Work program, held its open house May 31 in Rifle. Shown here: Lynne Jammaron (GSW Board...

The J. Miller Band will take to the stage of the Clough Auditorium at Colorado Mountain College in Rifle on Friday, Jan. 17 at 7 p.m. The concert, the final in a series coordinated by CMC ArtShare and sponsored by Chevron and Grand River Health, is free and open to the public. Rooted in bluegrass, rock, honky-tonk,...

Chevron funds next installment of science training for K-8 teachers Corrie Harris (left), a Chevron engineer, and Scott Sandblom, an 8th-grade science teacher at Riverside Middle School, at last summer’s science institute for K-8 teachers at Colorado Mountain College. Chevron has just announced a $99,000 grant to...

Long-time CMC fitness instructor sets example for her students every day Studies on the importance of exercise abound. Just browse the Mayo Clinic online, WebMD, or the latest health articles in The New York Times. We all know exercise is good for our bodies and minds, but few relish the idea of actually doing it. Too...

Free concert at Colorado Mountain College in Rifle Friday, Nov. 22 Katie Glassman and Snapshot – left to right Charlie Mertens, Greg Schochet, Glassman and Eric Moon – will bring their unique take on Western swing to Colorado Mountain College in Rifle in a free concert Friday, Nov. 22. RIFLE – Katie Glassman fuses...

Band plays free concert at Colorado Mountain College in Rifle Sept. 27 The Rifters – left to right Rod Taylor, Don Richmond and Jim Bradley – will bring their acoustic Southwest Americana music stylings to Colorado Mountain College in Rifle in a free concert Friday, Sept. 27. The word “rift” may refer to a...

The Rifters, a bluegrass band based in northern New Mexico, will return to Colorado Mountain College in Rifle on Friday, September 27 at 7 PM. Performing on a wide variety of acoustic and electric instruments, the band is known for their soaring three-part harmonies in music the band describes as “Southwestern...

CMC hosts teachers for one-week summer science institute Scott Sandblom, left, an eighth-grade science teacher at Riverside Middle School, and John Wisniewski, right, an eighth-grade science teacher at Rifle Middle School, calculate stream flow of a channel off of the Colorado River near Silt. By Stefanie Kilts For...