Spring Valley Campus blogger Dylan Derryberry is one of five semifinalists in Microsoft Office’s Best Blogathlete contest By Sara Fowler Student blogger Dylan Derryberry Colorado Mountain College’s student blogging program is in its second year, and continues to grow. Our seven student bloggers (from each residential...

Ann E. Wibbenmeyer, Herald Staff Writer Kristen Wells. Photo courtesy of the Leadville Herald Democrat. Kristen Wells is a Boettcher scholar, the second Lake County High School senior in two years to receive this honor. Wells said that she will either be attending Colorado College in Colorado Springs or Colorado...

American expat from Germany attracted to study ski area operations By Lori Meurs CMC Timberline student Owen Darrow joined the student community from Heidelberg, Germany, and is enrolled in the campus' ski area operations degree program. Leadville – Colorado Mountain College Timberline Campus is benefitting from...

Legislative changes open college-level courses to more high school students Dr. Deborah "Sunny" Schmitt, assistant vice president for academic affairs at Colorado Mountain College, recently was named to the state Department of Higher Education's Concurrent Enrollment Advisory Board. Photo Doug Stewart Thanks to...

Aspen CMC rolls rise 7 percent John Stroud Glenwood Springs correspondent, Aspen Times Matt Alberico waits for his next class at the Spring Valley Campus of Colorado Mountain College, outside Glenwood Springs, Wednesday morning. Kelley Cox/Post Independent GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Colorado Mountain College is seeing an...

Regis University top accounting grad one of many success stories from Alpine Bank Latino/Hispanic Scholarship program Yesenia Silva-Estrada was an Alpine Bank Latino/Hispanic Scholarship winner in 2005, and earned her Associate's degree from Colorado Mountain College. She recently graduated with honors from Regis...

Basalt center director uses college degree to further career By Mike McKibbin Adele Matthee always wanted to work in a child care facility. She realized that goal with the help of Colorado Mountain College’s Aspen Campus, where she earned her associate degree in early childhood education (ECE) in 2007. Now the...

Alpine Bank Latino/Hispanic Scholarship winner Karen Barraza enjoyed working up to 30 hours a week at the E. Dene Moore Care Center during her junior year at Rifle High School so much so that, now she has graduated, she’s considering a career in nursing. Karen Barraza, 2009 Alpine Bank Hispanic/Latino...