The Taurid meteor shower, currently under way, will peak in Early November. Watch for slow, colorful fireballs that point backwards toward the Pleiades star cluster in Taurus, the Bull. The Pleiades are at top center in this image. Photo by Jimmy Westlake, 2008. Don’t be surprised if you see a blazing...

Ever wonder what it’s like inside the residence hall at Colorado Mountain College? Ben Saheb, one of CMC’s student bloggers out of Steamboat Springs, took his fans on a virtual tour of some of his fellow classmate’s rooms. Adapting the idea from a show on MTV called CRIBS, Ben filmed asa panel of judges entered...

CMC Blogger Ben Saheb took his video camera along to follow the events of October 10 to promote sustainability at Colorado Mountain College in Steamboat. He even recorded an original soundtrack. Watch and learn! (Ben has been turning out some great stories and videos about college life in Steamboat. Check them out on...

The very bright object you see rising in the east after darkness falls this month is the planet Jupiter. In this time exposure taken on August 13 from Monument Valley, Arizona, the stars appear as short streaks due to the Earth's rotation. Jupiter made the brightest streak near image center. The much fainter and...

By Scott Franz, Steamboat Pilot & Today Steamboat Springs — Pointing toward Mount Wern­­er’s bare but clearly defined ski runs Friday, Peter Perhac talked about the importance of the classrooms that stood behind him. Perhac, the campus CEO at Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs, knew...

Steamboat writer credits CMC classes By Mike McKibbin STEAMBOAT SPRINGS – Making a living as a professional writer “wouldn’t be a bad life,” said Sara Patton. While she hasn’t had any stories published yet, the Steamboat Springs resident is pleased her short story, “The Bull Rider,” was a recent...

Faculty member Bob Gumbrecht is CMC’s Amnesty International sponsor in Steamboat Springs Larry Haines wants Steam­boat Springs residents to think beyond the mountain paradise they live in. Thousands of miles beyond. Haines, a member of Colo­rado Mountain College’s Amn­esty International program, thinks Steamboat...

In a special meeting of the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees, held via telephone on June 14, the trustees voted in favor of a resolution authorizing the purchase of 1.49 acres belonging to Harry and Mary Dike, and located at 1306 and 1312 Lincoln Ave. in Steamboat Springs. The board agreed to purchase the...

By Terry Leonard, Alpine Ski Team Head Coach With finals just around the corner and the competition season just completed, here is a quick rundown on the season. Most sports coaches can look at the season and try to sum it up simply with wins and losses. Ski racing works very differently. A big day for one person can...