The ice tower that is built annually on the Colorado Northwestern Community College campus in Rangely is slowly approaching its summit as the water and cold temperatures combine to make the solid ice. The tower is studied for weather’s effect on ice making, but when it is complete, the outdoor leadership classes use it for climbing, rappelling and other outdoor purposes.
RANGELY | In fall of 2011, two Western Slope teens, Nathan Terrin and Thomas Powers, arrived at Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) with hoop dreams. Though the pair grew up only 40 miles apart, they […]
A deer on the Colorado Northwestern Community College’s campus in Rangely pauses in front of the large blue-and-orange tent near the school’s ice tower. The tent serves as a staging area for climbers and houses […]
RBC I Colorado Northwestern Community College’s new president, Ronald Granger, began his tenure in Rangely on Monday Granger made his first appearance as president at the Rangely Junior College District Board of Trustees meeting on […]