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Western Slope Town Halls Meetings Focus on Growing Demand for Local Meat

Feb 8th @ 5:10 am

Colorado Commissioner of Agriculture, John Salazar, invites the public to attend town hall meetings focusing on meat processing and inspections; topics include the inspection process, facility requirements, custom exempt processing facility requirements, and marketing opportunities and assistance. “The buying local movement is a great opportunity for our producers and, while our farmers and ranchers produce [...]

HARTMAN BROTHERS CENTENNIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Jan 31st @ 7:13 am

Montrose, CO-Hartman Brothers of Montrose announces that applications are now available for the Hartman Brothers Centennial Scholarships.  Students who will graduate in 2013 or who have graduated within the last 2 years from Montrose, Olathe, VISTA, or Passage High Schools are eligible to apply as well as graduates of a private school or accredited home [...]

Renfrow Scholarship Winners From DMTC

Jan 22nd @ 8:01 am

Nine Delta-Montrose Technical College students received a total of $3,700 in scholarships recently from the L & A Renfrow Foundation.  Pictured back row left to right are:  Tony Bowling, DMTC Assistant Director, scholarship recipients Tiffany Ware (Practical Nursing), Adrian Sandoval (Practical Nursing), and Santiago Martinez (Barbering),  Ann and Les Renfrow from the Renfrow Foundation, and [...]

DMTC Announces Winter Emergency Medical Technician Classes

Nov 13th @ 7:57 am

Delta-Montrose Technical College announced they will have Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) classes beginning in January. Successful completion of the Emergency Medical Technician at DMTC prepares students to take the exam to be certified by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. Individuals with an interest in community service such as volunteer ambulance and fire organizations, [...]

DMTC FORCED TO RAISE TUITION

Mar 23rd @ 5:38 pm

Elementary schools are not the only learning institutions feeling the budget crunch.  Caryn Gibson, director of Delta Montrose Technical College explained to Mountain Valley News that they are expecting to take a 14.7 per cent cut.  That translates into about $145 thousand loss in state funding for the college.  Now she’s forced to ask the [...]