Colorado Mountain College Foundation receives $1.5 million challenge gift

Carbondale resident Paul Bushong pledged $1.5 million as a challenge match for other donors to join him in supporting the renovation of CMC Spring Valley’s student center and the addition of a new 4,000 square-foot nursing education facility. “The Promise of Spring Valley,” is a $5 million capital campaign launched in 2018. In August 2019,… Continue reading Colorado Mountain College Foundation receives $1.5 million challenge gift

CMC’s ‘Envision Sustainability 2021’ online conference set for April 23

Colorado photographer, filmmaker and writer Pete McBride, here on assignment at the Grand Canyon, will give the keynote address at CMC’s online “Envision Sustainability 2021” conference on April 23. The event is free and open to the public. Register at

Renowned photographer, filmmaker and writer Pete McBride to give keynote address

‘The Nina Variations’ opens virtually April 9

From left, James Steindler and Ciara Morrison rehash their relationship in "The Nina Variations." The two actors share the roles with three other acting couples in this contemporary take-off on Chekov's star-crossed lovers in "The Seagull,” streaming in nine performances, April 9-15.

Sopris Theatre Company’s play runs for nine performances through April 25

Spring Valley buildings win engineering award

Haselden Construction has won an Engineering News-Record regional award for two recently completed campus structures at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley. The J. Robert Young Alpine Ascent Center serves as a welcoming home base for residential and commuter students, in addition to providing office, meeting and classroom space.

Haselden Construction recognized for Ascent Center, Field House

Online performance kicks off Sopris Theatre Company season Nov. 6

Nine actors are featured in nine monologues in “Rogues’ Gallery,” a streamed performance by Sopris Theatre Company at Colorado Mountain College, Nov. 6-15. Single tickets are on sale only via ShowTix4U at Among the characters are Emily Henley as Lockdown. Photo Scot Gerdes

Adapting during times of COVID, nine solo characters fill ‘Rogues’ Gallery’