College for Kids returns to CNCC

Colorado Northwestern Community College’s College for Kids program is back for its second year, with course favorites on the schedule as well as new offerings for middle school-aged participants. The summer kids’ program, which has had a strong following in the past and was resurrected last year by CNCC community education coordinator Angie Miller, runs during the last half of June. Above, is the Mad Scientist group in a photo taken in July 2012.

RANGELY I Colorado Northwestern Community College’s College for Kids program is back for its second year, with course favorites on the schedule as well as new offerings for middle school-aged participants.

CNCC, state offer free shooting sports

RANGELY | Colorado Northwestern Community College’s Community Education program and the Colorado Department of Parks and Wildlife are partnering to bring a free introduction to shooting sports to the Rangely community.

Letter to the Editor: CNCC Softball: Thank you

Dear Editor: Coach Jimenez, coach James and I would first like to start off by saying thank you to everyone who helped support CNCC softball this year. We are not just talking on the field at games, we are also talking in the classroom.

Early CNCC classes set

MEEKER I The Colorado Northwestern Community College campus in Meeker is offering a couple of early summer classes.

179 get CNCC degrees, certificates

RANGELY I Roughly 179 students received their degrees and certificates from Colorado Northwestern Community College on Saturday afternoon, culminating what for most students has been at least two years of hard work.

Keep a steady hand …

Class 3A Bayfield High School (BHS) senior Jennifer Phelps listens to final instructions from Colorado Northwestern Community College head coach April Sanchez (seated, right) before putting pen to paper on a national letter of intent Monday afternoon in the BHS cafetorium to play volleyball for the Spartans this fall.

Deer on campus …

Two does, one to the right and one to the left of the sign marking the designated parking spot for Colorado Northwestern Community College President Russell George, keep a sharp eye out to make sure no one other than George uses his parking spot.

Bring food, books to CNCC graduation

RANGELY I The Beta Epsilon Tau and Alpha Phi Psi chapters of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society at Colorado Northwestern Community College are taking part in “Project Graduation “Feed a Body, Feed a Mind.”

179 to graduate or receive certificates at CNCC commencement

RANGELY I Roughly 120 students will receive their degrees and certificates from Colorado Northwestern Community College on Saturday afternoon, culminating what for most students has been at least two years of hard work in higher education.

Bring food, books to graduation

RANGELY I The Beta Epsilon Tau and Alpha Phi Psi chapters of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at Colorado Northwestern Community College are taking part in “Project Graduation … Feed a Body, Feed a Mind.”

Capsule of Russell George’s career

RBC I Russell George, about to enter his third year as president of Colorado Northwestern Community College, has an impressive resume, far from the ordinary for a child who grew up in Rifle, Colo. Highlights of that resume include:

Reflecting on CNCC after 50 years

Russell George, finishing his second year as president of Colorado Northwestern Community College, offers knowledge of the past, a vision of the future and a long career of serving Colorado.

RBC I First a small-town lawyer, then a legislator, then director of a couple state government departments and, now, Russell George is ending his second year as president of Colorado Northwestern Community College with a vast vision for the future while being highly reflective of the past.