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 campus.
RANGELY I Last fall, Adams State University inducted one of the most successful football teams in the school’s history into its Hall of Fame. Among the players honored was longtime Colorado Northwestern Community College baseball and basketball coach Paul Conrad, a middle linebacker for the Adams State College Indians from 1960 to 1962.
RANGELY I Ryan and Robyn Wilson joined the staff of Colorado Northwestern Community College in Rangely in March. Ryan splits his time between instructional technology and teaching students in history and computer technology while Robyn is the advising and intervention specialist as well as a yoga instructor.
RANGELY I Colorado Northwestern Community College’s Rector Building renovation, which includes a 120-seat lecture hall expansion, is on schedule and on budget, facilities director John Bottelberghe said last week. The Rector Sciences Building, with naming rights still up for grabs for the state-of-the-art lecture hall, is slated for a March 19 finish by Grand Junction […]
RBC I The Northwest Colorado Community Forum public meeting Monday will feature Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on the Craig campus of Colorado Northwestern Community College, where he is “willing to lean in and listen” to rural Colorado, organizers said.
Master carver Ron Eye has completed these three sculptures for Colorado Northwestern Community College, including a petroglyph wall and a flowering bench (below) and a signature Spartan (above). The sculptures resulted from collaborations between CNCC employees and students and will be placed around campus as part of a larger effort
RBC I Last week, Gene Bilodeau, vice president of the Craig campus of Colorado Northwest Community College announced that he has accepted the appointment as executive director for the University Center in Rapid City, S.D.
MEEKER I There are still fall classes open for registration through Colorado Northwest Community College community education in Meeker.
RBC I The Rio Blanco County Broadband Telecommunications Summit, held Tuesday at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Rangely, attracted a variety of broadband technical experts, service providers, local, county and state officials, chambers of commerce, health care providers, community organizations, college officials, business owners and county residents as well as individuals sharing by teleconference.