Taking on a new art form due to sun and the heat, the ice tower at Colorado Northwest Community College is erected every year and used for ice climbing instruction as well as recreation. In particular, students can learn how to climb on ice before going on the CNCC Outdoor Recreation Program trip to the Ouray Ice Park. This year the sculpture reached 55 feet into the sky and was climbable for about three months.
René Harden of Rangely coordinated the project, then connected with Leana Cox, president of Phi Theta Kappa, the honor society for two-year colleges, at Colorado Northwestern Community College. Cox got the PTK members to run […]
MEEKER | Save the date for an open house on Thursday, Dec. 15 from 3-5 p.m. at the Meeker VFW building (290 4th St.) to welcome new CNCC President Ronald Granger to Meeker and Eastern […]
On Friday, Rangely Mayor Frank Huitt, left, accompanies Colorado Northwest Community College President Russell George as he gives an update and tour of the renovation and expansion of the Rector Science Building on the Rangely […]