Approximately 100 people turned out for the Spartan Times wild game dinner, held in the Colorado Northwestern Community College’s Weiss Building on Saturday night. The event netted more than $700 raised for students on the newspaper’s staff to attend the Associated Collegiate Press’ national conference next year. Beth Wiley, a silent auction donor and creator of the dinner’s spicy Thai caribou curry, won first prize at the event for her dish.
RANGELY I When it comes to community education, people often think of classes ranging from quilting and stained glass to retirement planning and computer skills. And they’d be right. But these days, one kind of […]
CRAIG I The Colorado Northwestern Community College automotive and diesel technology program has formally been awarded National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Foundation accreditation for maintenance and light repair, automobile […]
RANGELY I A five-member team from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), a regional accreditor for the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA), arrived at Colorado Northwestern Community College last week for a comprehensive […]