RANGELY | To kick off February, which is Black History Month, CNCC is hosting Michigan-Based documentary filmmaker Brian Kruger and his film “Black and Blue,” the story of Gerald Ford, Willis Ward and the 1934 Michigan-Georgia Tech football game.
RANGELY | The following exciting classes are still available for registration:
Page Turners book discussion group hosted by Susie Berardi on Tuesday evenings from 7-8 p.m. at the Rangely Public Library. Jan. 22-Feb. 19. The $15 fee includes “comfortable, casual literary discussion” and coffee, tea, and homemade dessert.
RANGELY I Rio Blanco County residents can still sign up for Saturday’s concealed carry certification course offered through Colorado Northwestern Community College’s community education program.
RANGELY I At Colorado Northwestern Community College’s 50th anniversary rededication ceremony held last Saturday on the Rangely campus, it was said the whole community showed up in support of the first graduating classes back in 1964 and 1965 and many of those graduates, along with then CNCC president Dr. Nathan Ivey and coach/instructor Lee Vickers [...]
RBC I The Boettcher Foundation Board has announced the election of three new trustees. Comprised of 11 Colorado business and community leaders, trustees are responsible for the oversight of the Boettcher Foundation, including support and preservation of its vision and mission.
A new courtyard on the Rangely Campus is under construction and will be the home of a time capsule commemorating the last 50 years of Colorado Northwestern Community College. The courtyard under the trees will feature a vault in its center that will house the capsule and will have bench seating around its perimeter.