This article was published in the Steamboat Springs Pilot & Today. By Teresa Ristow. Molly Goldberg said she struggled with academics as a teen and barely graduated high school, but she’s now flourished as a student at Colorado Mountain College. She graduates with an associate’s degree during a ceremony at 10:30 a.m....

NASA Astronaut Steven Swanson, Ph.D. will give the keynote commencement address at Colorado Mountain College’s spring graduation ceremony in Steamboat Springs on May 2. Swanson is a 1979 graduate of Steamboat Springs High School, and though he’s traveled more than 83 million miles in space throughout his 17-year...

Frick’s passion for environment, teaching noted in faculty honor Betsy Frick was named 2014 adjunct Faculty of the Year for the Colorado Mountain College campus in Steamboat Springs. “Dynamic” and “spatial” may not be the words most people think of when it comes to geology. But they are among the ones Betsy...

NASA’s New Horizons robotic spacecraft. STEAMBOAT SPRINGS – January signals the beginning of a journey to reach a new planet, the first time NASA has launched such an effort since 1989. Between January and July NASA’s New Horizons robotic spacecraft will explore planet Pluto – yes, even the space agency says it’s...

Leadership Steamboat is sponsored by Colorado Mountain College in partnership with the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association. The program is aimed at growing and enabling business and community leaders. The culminating project of this year’s class of new leaders was Yampa Valley Gives, which  partnered with...

This article was published in the Steamboat Today. By Teresa Ristow. Steamboat Springs — Joel S. Allen has spent about 15 years working on a series of hand-wrapped hanging fiber sculptures, an art installation he calls “Hooked on Svelte.” Photo: Dustin Bartholomew/courtesy. Despite his obvious commitment to the...

The first successful landing of a space probe onto a comet took place yesterday. CMC physics professor Jimmy Westlake’s column, written the day before Wednesday’s successful landing in the Steamboat Today and reprinted here, gives the back story on this landmark event. Photo: ESA/Rosetta/NAVCAM, CC BY-SA IGO 3.0This...

This article was printed in the Steamboat Today. By Ben Ingersoll. Colorado Mountain College math professor Alex Krolik has spent decades looking through the scope of expensive air rifles as a running target competitor. The Belarus native is hoping to expand his passion for the sport to campus students and the...

This article was printed in Explore Steamboat. By Audrey Dwyer. A scary cast of characters will be on hand for this year’s Screamboat Chamber of Horror at Colorado Mountain College this Halloween season. The haunted house will open from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday and Oct. 30 and 31. The haunted house is a...

Jimmy Westlake’s Celestial News column appears Tuesdays in the Steamboat Today. Find more columns by Westlake here. hursday afternoon, the moon will sideswipe the sun, creating a partial solar eclipse like the one shown in this image taken May 20, 2012. At maximum eclipse at about 4:35 p.m., 55 percent of the sun will...