Robyn Kent is first and only bachelor’s student graduating this spring in Rifle Robyn Kent, a working mother, is finishing her Bachelor of Science in business administration at Colorado Mountain College. Kent, the only student from CMC’s Rifle campus receiving a bachelor’s degree this spring, will be the student...

This op-ed column ran as a CMC Corner in the Rifle Citizen Telegram April 4, 2013. By Nephi Thompson What if, by learning a new way of seeing, you could be better equipped to solve problems? Or organize what you observe so that you can make more sense of our complex world? These are some of the many benefits of...

CMC in Rifle hosts annual Cat’s Meow fundraiser tonight Leon the cat, currently residing at the Rifle Animal Shelter, is one of the many animals to benefit from funds raised at the Friday, April 12, Cat’s Meow concert at Colorado Mountain College in Rifle.Kelley Cox Citizen Telegram Pianist Linda Jenks of Rifle has...

Free concert hosted by CMC and Chevron in Rifle on Feb. 22 The talented musical duo of Honey Don’t, Bill Powers (left) and Shelley Gray (right), along with Randall Utterback, will perform a free concert Friday, Feb. 22, at the Rifle campus of Colorado Mountain College. Photo JT Thomas The talented musical duo and...

Littlebird performs at CMC in Glenwood and Rifle Jan. 17, 18 Colorado singer and songwriter Leon Joseph Littlebird weaves Native American flute, guitar and vocals into rich musical performances. Littlebird will perform at two Colorado Mountain College campuses Jan. 17 and 18, as part of the Jim Calaway Honors Series....

Supports summer science training for local K-8 teachers Presenting a $150,000 check to Colorado Mountain College president Dr. Stan Jensen, right, is Cary Baird from Chevron. Also present were, from left: CMC-Rifle vice president Nancy Genova, Garfield County Commissioner Tom Jankovsky, DeBeque School District...

Opening reception to take place November 30 This article was first published in the Rifle Citizen Telegram. By Kristin Carlson. The works of Jack Roberts, a distinctive Western illustrator and artist, will be on display from Nov. 30 through Jan. 25 at Colorado Mountain College in Rifle. Contributed Photo Captured by...

Campus Vice President Nancy Genova’s Corner Column, below, first appeared in yesterday’s Rifle Citizen & Telegram.  CMC Rifle campus Vice President Nancy Genova Campus Sustainability Day was celebrated on Oct. 24 throughout the United States. At Colorado Mountain College, we are one of hundreds of colleges and...

New film aims to turn oppression into opportunity for women around the globe Filmmakers interview women around the globe for the documentary “Half the Sky”. Photo from PBS website. Colorado Mountain College in Rifle and Chevron kick off the third year of free PBS Community Cinema screenings on Sept. 28 with “Half the...

Kevin Locke performs for free at CMC in Rifle Sept. 7 Kevin Locke will present a free evening of storytelling, Lakota courting flute and hoop dance at Colorado Mountain College in Rifle Friday, Sept. 7. Sponsored by Colorado Mountain College and Chevron. Kevin Locke is known throughout the world as the preeminent...