Documentary primes fans of world-famous dig for March 20 release of Digging Snowmastodon NOVA focuses on the historic Ice Age fossil discovery near Snowmass Village in a documentary that debuts Wed., Feb. 1 on Rocky Mountain PBS. “Ice Age Death Trap” premieres at 8 p.m. The national television special follows scientists...

Two upcoming events centered around complex moral questions This article was originally published in the Vail Daily News.  By Tracey Flower. One of the oldest and most respected touring companies in the country, the Montana Repertory Theatre was established as a professional touring company in 1968 and have...

[GLENWOOD SPRINGS] – At today’s meeting of the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees, the board considered two tuition-related action items. Trustees voted to table a decision on setting 2012-13 tuition and fees until the next board meeting, pending the receipt of more budget information. The board had been...

Following auditions Jan. 22 and 23, Colorado Mountain College Theatre has announced the cast for its April production of “The Rocky Horror Show” at Spring Valley, near Glenwood Springs. The cast includes Paige Ulmer, Alexander Rain, Michael Banks, Colby Schaller, Cassidy Willey, Taylor Gilman and Nyle...

Colorado Mountain College staff in Steamboat took a tour of the new 60,000 square foot building last Friday.  Staff members signed their names on the last steel beam that will go up in the building.  Joel Reichenberger, Steamboat Pilot and Today reporter, was on hand to capture a few photos and published them in...

TED is a nonprofit devoted to ‘ideas worth spreading’ This article first appeared in the Vail Daily.  By Cassie Pence. ENLARGE Diane Hatz, a TEDster and nationally recognized sustainable food advocate, organized TEDx Manhattan's “Changing the Way We Eat.” Special to the Daily. Everyone has to eat, so it’s no...

Colorado Mountain College recently worked with award-winning Carbondale photographer Tyler Stableford and filmmakers Cinema Vertige, out of Denver, to create a series of beautiful new videos promoting the college, our new Sustainability Studies program, and our Spring Valley and Leadville campuses. Take a sneak peek...

Campus to open amphitheater in spring This article was first printed in the Summit Daily News.  By Janice Kurbjun. A lift tower stands next to Colorado Mountain College at Coyne Valley Road in Breck. Special to the Daily There’s a new sight to see along Highway 9 heading into Breckenridge: A chairlift tower standing...

Members from many countries unite for common mission This article first appeared in El Montanes. By Veronica Whitney From left, front row: Jennifer Smith, Klaus Kocher, Karen Trejo and Michael Ingersoll; second row: Yesenia Arreola, Magueli Eldredge, Trinity Delgado, Jim Coombs, Karen Christner and Marisa Bartnik;...

This story originally appeared in the Steamboat Pilot & Today. Story by Scott Franz Steamboat Springs — Standing on a top story deck of Bristol Hall on Wednesday afternoon, it was easy for Brian Hoza to point to the concrete outline of the stairways, elevator shafts, hallways and auditorium that will be part of the...