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Colorado Mountain College moves toward carbon neutrality Electric vehicle charging stations installed at six locations

What’s the quickest route to a carbon-neutral future? That’s the question driving Colorado Mountain College’s employees and sustainability students, who are seeking ways to reduce the college’s energy footprint now and into the years to come. One answer: by way … Continue reading

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EV Rally of the Rockies Shows off Electric Car Muscle

Eight electric vehicles will take a fall colors road rally on Friday, Oct. 3, leaving from Aspen, Vail, Grand Junction and Snowmass Village, traveling through communities equipped with vehicle charging stations, and ending with a party in Carbondale. “The EV … Continue reading

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News, September 23rd

GRAND JUNCTION(AP) – Mesa County authorities say a foster mother told them she lost control when she shook a baby to death because the child would not stop crying. Court documents say 20-year-old Sydney Danielle White told police she did … Continue reading

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Mount Evans Highway Closing for Season Next Week Road Closed Earlier than Normal for Construction

CLEAR CREEK COUNTY – The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is closing the remaining 10 mile segment of the Mount Evans Highway – State Highway 5 – for the season to most vehicular traffic on Monday, September 22 for construction. … Continue reading

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Todo Mundo Returns To Rifle to Play Historic Ute Theater

Todo Mundo, the band that mad a big impression at this year’s Carbondale Mountain Fair, and Rifle’s Centennial Park Concert Series, returns to Colorado this Friday night at The Ute Theater in Rifle at 7:30pm.  Doors open at 7:00pm.  It … Continue reading

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AIR SERVICE STUDY COMMUNITY OUTREACH RAMPS UP

Phase III to focus on project schedule, future aircraft performance, and community outreach (Aspen, CO) Meeting with and hearing from the community about the future of the airport is a key component of Phase III of the Air Service Study … Continue reading

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Let Them Roar Performs at Music on the Mountain at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park

Glenwood Springs, Colo. (Sept. 8, 2014) — This week’s Music on the Mountain concert at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park features Carbondale-based Let Them Roar. Guests can ride the tram or bus free on Sat., Sept. 13, from the floor of … Continue reading

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CMC follows nursing education trend by offering bachelor’s degrees

CMC follows nursing education trend by offering bachelor’s degrees First two-year college in Colorado to offer BSN degree By Carrie Click This summer, when Colorado Mountain College made public that its accrediting body had approved a Bachelor of Science in … Continue reading

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Firefighters planning prescribed burns in Eagle, Garfield counties

SILT, Colo. – Beginning as early as this week, firefighters from the Upper Colorado River Interagency Fire Unit could ignite two prescribed fires planned for this fall if conditions warrant. The 180-acre Sheep Gulch Prescribed Fire is planned four miles … Continue reading

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Major Highway Impact for Today’s Pro Challenge Monarch Pass Closed for Several Hours

GUNNISON — Stage Three of the USA Pro Challenge is taking the riders 96 miles from Gunnison over 11,312 foot Monarch Pass to Salida, and then back to Monarch Pass, with a finish atop Monarch Mountain. Today’s route will impact … Continue reading

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