CNCC orientation…

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New students attending Colorado Northwestern Community College participated in a weekend orientation before classes began Aug. 26.

CNCC Class of 2011~2012

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE Josephine May Meeker, CO Brandi Miller Peyton, CO Mardi I. Oliver Craig, CO

CNCC fall class opportunities

There are several fall CNCC community education classes still open for registration. Need computer help? Word, Excel and PowerPoint begin Oct. 4.

Aero Club wins nationals

RANGELY I Members of the Colorado Northwestern Community College NIFA (National Intercollegiate Flight Association) team are preparing to return from the national competition where they had amazing results in several activities including being ranked as the top two-year college in aviation training.

CNCC computer classes available

MEEKER | Need help with Microsoft Excel and/or PowerPoint? If so, register now at CNCC Meeker Center for these spring classes. PowerPoint is scheduled for March 16 and 23 and Excel will be held April 4-27.

CNCC late spring semester classes

MEEKER | It’s not too late to sign up for late spring classes at the CNCC Meeker Center. For more information, call CNCC Meeker Center 878-5227 or visit cncc.edu for class schedules. Stop by the office Tuesday or Wednesday at 345 Sixth St.

CNCC seeks Waving Hands submissions

RANGELY | Colorado Northwestern Community College is seeking submissions from residents of Northwest Colorado for inclusion in the third volume of the CNCC literature and arts publication, “Waving Hands Review.”

Spartan Times Wild game dinner Feb. 5

RANGELY | The second annual Spartan Times Wild Game Dinner will be held in the CNCC Colorado Room Feb. 5, starting at 5:30 p.m. and serving until 8 p.m. Enjoy exotic meats: Goose, antelope, deer elk, mountain lion, bear, bighorn sheep and oryx. Donation are being accepted for the silent auction.

Spartan Times hosts wild game dinner

The Spartan Times staff is hoping the community supports its wild game dinner Feb. 5, as they did last year for the first annual benefit dinner. Funds raised will be used to attend the Associated Collegiate Press National Convention in Hollywood, Calif., this coming March.

RANGELY I Elk and deer? Standard fare. Antelope? A little unusual, maybe. Mountain lion? Now we’re talking. Oryx? What’s oryx? For those of you brave enough to find out, the CNCC Spartan Times student newspaper will host its Second Annual Wild Game Dinner Saturday, Feb. 5 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. in the CNCC Weiss […]

Wild Game dinner

RANGELY I The second annual Spartan Times Wild Game Dinner will be held in the CNCC Colorado Room Feb. 5, starting at 5:30 p.m. Enjoy exotic meats: Goose, antelope, deer elk, mountain lion, bear, bighorn sheep and oryx.

Community education registration open

MEEKER | The following exciting classes are still available for registration: Oil Painting Workshop – January 22 with artist Robert Harper. Digital Photography Workshop — January 15 with professional photographer Dale Hallebach.

George named CNCC president

George visits with Rangely District Hospital's Bernie Rice and Jack Rich with FNBR president Pete Waller, Rangely trustee Elaine Urie and Rangely town manager Peter Brixius in the background.

“This school is so important to the communities and students it serves, it’s something special.” RBC I Before being named president of Colorado Northwestern Community College Jan. 18, Russell George was introduced to faculty, students and members of the Rangely and Craig communities by Dr. Nancy McCallin, president of the Colorado Community College System, as […]