CNCC classes in Meeker open for registration

MEEKER I Colorado Northwestern Community College’s spring community education classes, which start in early January, are open for registration. Spring schedules were mailed in mid-December to area residents. Several for-credit as well as special interest community education classes are now available.

CNCC Horse Show Team…

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The Colorado Northwestern Community College horse show team has had a good season so far, and competition will resume in February. Members are, from left to right: Kathryn Costales, dean of instruction Judy Allred, Tasha Gibson, Ripley Bellio, Catalina Laguera, Amber Parmley and coach Stacey Bailey.

Pitching clinic…

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The Colorado Northwestern Community College Spartans softball team hosted a pitching clinic for 18 young ladies from Meeker Dec. 5. Coach Briana Williams from Meeker reached out to CNCC’s coaches for some help with pitching. The beginning of this school year was Meeker High School’s first year with junior varsity softball, and MHS received word […]

CNCC Craig campus names new vice president

RBC I Janell Oberlander from Rapid City, S.D., has officially accepted the position of CNCC Craig Campus vice president. She accepted the position when she spoke to CNCC President Russell George on Wednesday.

Law enforcement graduates…

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Colorado Northwestern Seasonal Law Enforcement Training Academy held its fall National Park Service graduation ceremony on Friday in the Colorado Room on the CNCC Rangely Campus.

Several members of CNCC equine team place in Montana competition

Pictured are members of the Colorado Northwestern Community College Equine Team, which competed Nov. 5 in Montana. From left to right are: equine team instructor and IHSA coach Stacey Bailey, team members Tasha Gibson, Catalina Lagüera, Kelsey Priestley, Amber Parmley and Kathryn Costales, and equine instructor and equine program director Dustin Davis.

RANGELY I On Nov. 5, the Colorado Northwestern Community College Horse Show Team traveled to Billings, Mont., to compete Saturday and Sunday in an IHSA Horse Show hosted by Rocky Mountain College, showing well and placing several members within the top 10.

Park Service has seasonal law enforcement academy at CNCC

Rangely Learning Center coordinator Ramona Smalec takes on National Park Service student Steve Saeuberlich as spotters Morgan Dearing and Robert MaGee III look on. The NPS Seasonal Law Enforcement Training Academy is located on the Colorado Northwestern Community College campus in Rangely and brings in students from all over the country.

RBC I Jennifer Walgrave, coordinator of the Seasonal Law Enforcement Training Program, announced Monday that the National Park Service academy is ready to show off its new home on the Colorado Northwestern Community College campus in Rangely.

Register now for fall semester classes at CNCC in Meeker

MEEKER I Need help with Microsoft Excel and/or PowerPoint? If so, register now at CNCC Meeker Center for these fall classes.

Register for Meeker CNCC

MEEKER I Need help with Microsoft Excel and/or PowerPoint? If so, register now at CNCC Meeker Center for these fall classes.

Rangely’s Dave Smith appointed to Colorado Humanities Board

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RANGELY I Colorado Humanities has welcomed six new members to its board of directors this year, including Colorado Northwestern Community College Vice President of Instruction and Student Affairs David M. Smith of Rangely.

CNCC works, plays at retreat

Hal Bidlack appeared as Alexander Hamilton to kick off the annual CNCC retreat Sept. 6 and 7.

RANGELY I The CNCC Foundation held its annual retreat Sept. 6 and 7, when several activities took place at foundation board member Bud Striegel’s mountain ranch, a productive setting for those in attendance.

Long-time CNCC dental hygiene teachers retiring

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With 20 and 30 years respectively invested in Colorado Northwestern Community College’s dental hygiene program, newly retired faculty Barbara and Mark Patterson say that while retirement has been enjoyable so far, they’ve loved their years as educators and plan to stay involved in the profession.

RANGELY I Colorado Northwestern Community College dental hygiene faculty Barbara and Mark Patterson are used to adventures. They’ve shepherded generations of students into an ever-evolving profession. They have been a part of that evolution themselves. They wouldn’t have had it any other way.